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Amazing black diamond engagement rings are now becoming more and more popular in US and the whole world. So, what’s the secret of these original jewelry?

Secrets of black diamond engagement rings

Black diamond engagement ringsMost people traditionally believe that engagement ring must flaunt white diamond. And it’s OK, because in nature, most diamonds are white. These stones become colored in those rare cases when atoms of natural metals penetrate into their crystal lattice, which gives them an unusual color. In case of black diamonds it occurs due to infiltration of graphite.

Engagement rings with black diamonds occupy a very special niche in jewelry, not only because of their unusual look, but also rarity and worth of these stones. Colored diamonds are commonly more expensive than colorless ones, because they are very rare. Nowadays black diamond rings are very popular – they look originally and chicly. There is even a legend that a black diamond has extraterrestrial origin and it’s a fragment of a meteorite that fell to the Earth many years ago.

Black diamonds are always in trend

Deep dark color of black diamonds engagement rings is perfectly combined with white diamonds and they look great together. These stones never lose their topicality and always in great demand. Wedding rings with black diamonds look very expensive and symbolize the power, wealth and independence. They also say that black stones wedding rings bring good luck to the owners. And despite the fact that fashion for wedding rings and stones is changing very rapidly, black diamonds are always in trend, because they are beyond the destructive factors. They are in constant connection with eternity.

Two thousand years ago the Greeks called black diamond “invincible”, and if you go back and look at history, it becomes clear that the cost of black diamonds only increases over time. Engagement rings with black brilliants have inherent secret power; these stones give the mystery and mystique to wedding rings and jewelry.

Useful links:
- Wiki about black diamonds

White gold is perfect for engagement rings with black diamonds

Colored diamonds are very difficult to facet. They don’t have a sparkle because of unusual color. Black stone does not have the radiance, which is usual for white diamond. And only the most experienced jewelers take up faceting colored diamonds, since the problem is almost mathematical, and labor is titanic. Top facet of the black diamond, called the crown, must be completely smooth. Jewelers facet only the lower part, which is hidden in the frame. This achieves the effect of inner stone glow, and the play of light comes from the depth.

Many famous designers like to use black diamonds, which allow them to implement bold new ideas. Girls love these stones for interesting contrast they create together with white gold. White gold is an excellent choice for rings with black diamonds. Of course it’s not so durable as palladium, but looks much better. We advise you to look for gold with alloy 583 or 585, and carefully protect your rings from contact with sharp objects, which can cause annoying scratches.

The most famous black diamond is “Korloff Noir”, which you would not be able to use to decorate your wedding ring, because it weighs 88 carats and has 57 blue-black sparkly facets. There are many legends about this stone and some people say that it has magical properties.

Black diamond engagement rings are usually chosen by wealthy and self-confident people, which aren’t afraid to be individual.

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