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Diamond by Lagu Bandhu

DIAMOND, the reigning king of all gems, is “formed” from pure crystalline carbon. It’s greatest challenge lies in the intricacy of its formation, which allows it to reflect maximum light and when properly bevelled, resulting in a brilliant shine. The 4C’s, important parameters that determine the quality and grade of diamonds include:

  1. Cut (Aspect): The more proportioned and faceted a diamond is, the greater the reflection of its light.
  2. Color: Whiter diamonds hold greater value.
  3. Clarity: Higher value is associated with diamonds that are clearer and have lesser inclusions.
  4. Carat: “Diamonds weight is measured in carats”

(100 cents = 100 points = 1 carat= 200 mg).

Diamond Care at Home

  1. The most effective cleaning method is to soak it overnight in a mixture of water and soap, followed by a thorough rinse and a gentle wipe with a soft cloth.
  2. Avoid wearing your diamond jewelry while engaging in chores to prevent grease from settling on the diamonds.
  3. Steer clear of direct contact with perfume sprays, as they can affect the jewelry’s appearance over time.
  4. Refrain from using chemicals like bleach or toothpaste for cleaning, they can diminish the diamond’s shine.


  1. Closed Box Setting jewellery or Madras style setting where the stones are set with a closed back ornament, should be wiped with dry cloth. Never use a damp cloth or any liquid cleanser because moisture can percolate the setting through microscopic pores, which will dull the shine of the jewellery set.
  2. Care should be taken while wearing multiple rings or necklac- es as other gemstones may get damaged or scratched on rubbing against each other.