“If there’s one thing I’ve learned in diamond school, it’s that no two diamonds being exactly alike is absolutely true.” Read more from The Coveteur on a guide to diamonds: what to look for, what to ask, and what makes them incredibly special
These unique and one-of-a-kind diamond engagement styles “embrace the rough, natural texture of stones, instead of polishing them down to a smooth surface.” Read more from House Beautiful’s ‘Raw Diamonds Are the Next Big Trend for Engagement Rings’
There are many special details beyond the 4 C’s to consider when shopping for a diamond engagement ring. Vogue shares everything you need to know to help you pick the perfect one. Read more from How To Buy An Engagement Ring: A Vogue Guide
This must-read, comprehensive guide covers the 5 W’s of Canadian diamonds – some of the most sought-after diamonds in the world. Read more from The Jewellery Editor’s Definitive Guide to Canadian Diamonds
This gives us all the touchiest animal feels: Three of the largest diamond mining companies have joined forces in Canada’s Northwest Territories to protect caribou migration that is critical to both their survival, and the survival of the local communities. De Beers, Rio Tinto and Dominion Diamond Corporation are three of the diamond mining companies...
Diamonds have origins that date way further back than when we started to wear them on our fingers. Which of these 11 facts is most interesting to you? Read more from Popsugar’s 11 Things You Never Knew About Diamonds
Diamonds were formed 1-4 billion years ago, making them almost as old as the earth itself. They developed about 100 miles underground and were brought to the earth’s surface through underground volcanic eruptions. Today, diamonds are found underground, as well as in seabeds, and some rivers.