Diamonds are worn as jewelry and used in a variety of industrial applications. Diamond is the hardest natural substance in the world, and stones that are too small or do not have the requisite quality for jewelry mountin... More »

A diamond gauge measures the width, length and depth in millimeters of a diamond or other gemstone. More advanced diamond gauges also give the user an accurate carat weight for the stone. Others require the use of a conv... More »

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Diamond dust is used in the machine industry for grinding and in the art industry to create a textured surface. Diamond dust from real diamonds is often created from diamond cutting. More »

While diamonds are perhaps best known as gemstones used in jewelry, they also have numerous industrial applications, particularly when used as an abrasive or in polishing or cutting tools. They are also used in specializ... More »

The acronym "DWT" stands for "diamond weight total," which means the total weight of all diamonds comprising pieces of jewelry, such as rings, bracelets, pendants, watches and necklaces. Due to deviations in diamond weig... More »

Someone who wants to sell their diamonds quickly should sell directly to the jewelry industry. An alternative option is to sell directly to a buyer. More »

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Diamond accents are diamonds that are smaller than the main gemstone on a piece of jewelry. They are typically adjacent to the primary setting and serve to highlight the piece. More »

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