Has anyone ever had any dealings with diamond pools or diamond industries and are they a reputable company?
We are actually dealing with them right now... we are waiting for a pool to be put in.
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the san juan museum dug up the 147,690 pound diamond.. The world's heaviest diamond was the 106 gm / 530 carat Cullinan Diamond, found in South Africa in 1909. It now sits on the royal scepter in The Tower of London.
De Beers, Alrosa, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, BHP Billiton, NewmontMining, Norilsk Nickel, Harry Winston Diamond Corp, Petra Diamonds.
Major? I believe it was DeBeers...after they consolidated the independent mining concerns and cornered the market.
\nSorry, should have pointed out I want the charmander and will give a ruby/sapphire starter for it...
\nUse the diamonds as numbers. Then add the numbers of the cue ball and the ball you are trying to hit to get where to aim.
Carat.cc sells diamond simulants. These are imitation diamonds, that may look like a diamond but do not possess the same properties.\n. \nCurrently there are only a couple companies that can make real lab grown diamonds: Apollo, Chatham, D.NEA, Gemesis
bboiz1: I am willing to give you a lvl.6 Charmander or any of thelvl.40 Regi's (except regigigas) plz. so if anyone has a cyndaquil, i will give you one of theabove
No i don't ,. but i have a dark charzard it is on level 100 it knows the strongest attacks in the world!. Shiny charzard is so last Year, dark charzard is even stronger than a shiny one:). i have 1 but what would you give me
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no one is sure that anyone has found the diamond from titanic . There was NO diamond. Another Answer . The diamond used as a plot device in the movie, Titanic, was simply that: a plot device. .
Not that I know of. They basically take your money (that SHOULD be used toward paying off debt) and give you a false sense of security. Credit Solutions is the country's largest one, and they were sued for getting their customers in worse shape than before. There is no magic wand to fixing debt, I'm… afraid. If you are looking for reputable credit solutions than talk to the creditors themselves. Before you talk to them, be BEHIND in payments. They are willing to work with you in working out a budget. ( Full Answer )
You can find diamonds on every continent on earth except Europe andAntarctica. If you simply want to try your chances of picking up a diamond, youcan visit the Crater of Diamonds state park in Arkansas, USA.There, you can dig for diamonds and keep any that you find.
Gemology is the branch of science that deals with natural and artificial gems and gemstones. Diamonds are the most popular gemstone which loved by girls.
Industrial diamonds are formed at the same time and in the sameplaces as gem-quality diamonds. Industrial diamonds represent about80% of all diamonds mined.
Probably like every other company in the world: by mail, e-mail, telephone, and other technologies available in the different geographies where the companies do business.
With a new pool surface installed- Diamond Brite or any aggregate surface- is it possible or doable to acid wash the pool with water in the pool?
If you did you would end up with very acidic water. a good way to clean pool surfaces with the water still in in most case, it is to simply use a high pressure water sprayer with nothing but water. You will end up with cloudy water that you can then hit with a clarifier allow it to settle for a coup…le of days and vac the layer at the bottom to waste. ( Full Answer )
There are rumors in the fan community based on various facts that he may be seeing his manager for the last 3 years or so. He did say in a recent interview that he has been seeing someone, and she is the one that he is seen with everywhere.
Yes. He met her during a concert tour in Australia in 1995. She was selling t-shirts for the tour. When he left Australia, she came with him. You see, miracles do happen.
Diamond is the hardest natural mineral rated as 10 on the MohsScale of hardness. Eighty percent of all diamonds mined areindustrial diamonds, used to sharpen, harden and make tools moreprecise and durable. Industrial diamonds are not gem-quality; they are cloudy,mal-formed groups of crystals and lac…k qualities desired for gems. ( Full Answer )
Go to Snowpoint city, go to the house in the top left corner of the city, inside the house, there is a young, blond-haired girl. Talk to her and she will ask you if you will trade her a medicham (catch in mt coronet). After catching medicham, go back to the house in snowpoint with medicham in your p…arty (doesn't have to be in first slot) and talk to her and say "yes" to trade. Through the trade the girl will give you a haunter nicknamed "gaspar". (To evolve haunter, trade it and it should evolve). But when you receive haunter, it will be holding an everstone, so it will not evolve into gengar. Take away the everstone, do another trade and then trade it back to get a gengar (as already mentioned). You can also dig up everstones underground after getting national dex. Hope I helped (PS. I found this out by doing it on platinum, but don't worry, it was tested on diamond and worked.Also works for pearl and platinum. ( Full Answer )
Probably not just 'anyone'. People create diamonds in laboratories, using extremely high heat and pressure, so you'd need raw materials and access to a lab like this one to create a real diamond.
Well Blood Diamonds are normal diamonds that have been fought for, like in a war if there were diamonds and people killed other people for them, then they are blood diamonds. (they are not red as some people think). So any mineral company will buy a 'Blood Diamond' for more than a ordinary diamond, …. :) ( Full Answer )
The billiard table diamonds, which are often dots rather than diamonds, are placed on the rails to divide the table. The foot string, head string, and table center are found by using the diamonds. In addition, they can be used to determine bank shot calculations. Their distance from playing surface …points allow them to be used for more accurate aim and calculations for difficult shots. There are more than 100 published "diamond systems" to calculate bank shots using the diamonds. ( Full Answer )
'Good deals' are always relative. Generally, you'll pay less for a diamond on the secondary market than you will when you buy a diamond from a jeweler or a diamond business. It's important, however, that you understand that a diamond is valued by its cut, its colour, its clarity and its carat …weight. It's always a good idea to ask for the certification of any diamond you propose to buy, so that you are confident that the stone you're buying is as represented. ( Full Answer )
Because diamonds are the hardest mineral, industrial diamonds are used to drill, polish and otherwise cut, finish and fashion other materials, including other diamonds.
The top player in the diamond business is DeBeers. Other companies that are coming on line, based on mines being developed over the last 20-50 years are those based in Canada and in Australia. Rio Tinto Group is active in Canada and Argyle is active in Australia. As above, once the stones are min…ed, graded, cut and polished, there are diamond retailers located all over the world. ( Full Answer )
The diamond industry has promoted the Kimberley Process as a way to educate consumers about the sources of diamonds. Their concern, of course, is to maintain their market share and be able to verify that stones sold by the 'industry' are not blood diamonds. From their Web page, below: "The Kim…berley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) imposes extensive requirements on its members to enable them to certify shipments of rough diamonds as 'conflict-free'." When consumers purchase diamonds, some ask for the provenance of the stone, in order to confirm that the pending investment did not benefit mayhem. A stone covered with a Kimberley certificate satisfies this requirement. Sadly, however, not enough diamond buyers are sophisticated enough to require this level of documentation for a diamond. ( Full Answer )
â¢ At least 14 in Argentina â¢ Over 70 in Brazil â¢ Over 100 in Canada â¢ At least 1 in Colombia â¢ Over 130 in France â¢ At least 8 in Italy â¢ Over 100 in Japan â¢ At least 13 in Mexico â¢ At least 24 in Poland â¢ At least 1 in Russia â¢ Over 110 in… the United States: Year Artist Album Label Shipments (Sales) Certification   1982. Michael Jackson . Thriller . Epic . 29,000,000. 29Ã Platinum. 1976. Eagles . Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) . Asylum . 29,000,000. 29Ã Platinum. 1971. Led Zeppelin . Led Zeppelin IV . Atlantic . 23,000,000. 23Ã Platinum. 1985. Billy Joel . Greatest Hits Volume I & Volume II . Columbia . 11,500,000 (Double album). 23Ã Platinum. 1979. Pink Floyd . The Wall . Columbia / Capitol . 11,500,000 (Double album). 23Ã Platinum. 1980. AC/DC . Back in Black . Atlantic . 22,000,000. 22Ã Platinum. 1998. Garth Brooks . Double Live . Capitol Nashville . 10,500,000 (Double album). 21Ã Platinum. 1997. Shania Twain . Come On Over . Mercury Nashville . (17,520,000)   (Over-certified) . 20Ã Platinum. 1977. Fleetwood Mac . Rumours . Warner Bros. . 19,000,000. 19Ã Platinum. 1968. The Beatles . The Beatles (White Album). Apple . 9,500,000 (Double album). 19Ã Platinum. 1987. Guns N' Roses . Appetite for Destruction . Geffen . 18,000,000. 18Ã Platinum. 1976. Boston . Boston . Epic Records . 17,000,000. 17Ã Platinum. 1990. Garth Brooks . No Fences . Capitol Nashville . (9,010,000 Â§ ( Over-certified ). 17Ã Platinum. 1992. Soundtrack / Whitney Houston . The Bodyguard . Arista . (13,370,000 Â§ )   (Over-certified) . 17Ã Platinum. 1995. Alanis Morissette . Jagged Little Pill . Maverick . (15,170,000)   . 16Ã Platinum. 1976. Eagles . Hotel California . Asylum . 16,000,000. 16Ã Platinum. 1974. Elton John . Greatest Hits . Polydor . 16,000,000. 16Ã Platinum. 1994. Hootie & the Blowfish . Cracked Rear View . Atlantic . (11,565,000 Â§ )   (Over-certified) . 16Ã Platinum. 1991. Metallica . Metallica . Elektra . (15,860,000)  . 16Ã Platinum. 1975. Led Zeppelin . Physical Graffiti . Swan Song . 8,000,000 (Double album). 16Ã Platinum. 1988. Journey . Greatest Hits . Columbia . 15,000,000. 15Ã Platinum. 1973. Pink Floyd . The Dark Side of the Moon . Capitol . (20,502,000)  (Under-certified) . 15Ã Platinum. 1999. Santana . Supernatural . Arista . (12,990,000)   (Over-certified) . 15Ã Platinum. 1977. Soundtrack / Bee Gees . Saturday Night Fever . RSO . 15,000,000. 15Ã Platinum. 1984. Bruce Springsteen . Born in the U.S.A. . Columbia . 15,000,000. 15Ã Platinum. 1973. The Beatles . 1962-1966 . Capitol . 7,500,000 (Double album). 15Ã Platinum. 1978. John Travolta / Olivia Newton-John /Various Artists. Greas e . R SO. 14,000,000 +  (Under-certified) . 8Ã Platinum. + Does not include sales from November 7, 1984 through March 1, 1991, the dates between the album's last certification and the date Nielsen SoundScan began tracking album sales.  . 1997. Backstreet Boys . Backstreet Boys . Jive . (11,842,000)   (Over-certified) . 14Ã Platinum. 1999. Britney Spears . ...Baby One More Time . Jive . (12,186,000)   (Over-certified) . 14Ã Platinum. 1991. Garth Brooks . Ropin' the Wind . Capitol Nashville . (9,571,000 Â§ )  (Over-certified) . 14Ã Platinum. 1977. Meat Loaf . Bat Out of Hell . Epic Records . 14,000,000. 14Ã Platinum. 1972. Simon & Garfunkel . Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits . Columbia . 14,000,000. 14Ã Platinum. 1984. Prince and the Revolution . Purple Rain . Warner Bros. . 13,000,000. 13Ã Platinum. 1978. Steve Miller Band . Greatest Hits 1974-78 . Capitol . 13,000,000. 13Ã Platinum. 1999. Backstreet Boys . Millennium . Jive . (13,800,000)   (Under-certified) . 13Ã Platinum. 1991. Pearl Jam . Ten . Epic Records . (10,001,000 Â§ )  (Incomplete sales tracking) . 13Ã Platinum. 1985. Whitney Houston . Whitney Houston . Arista . 13,000,000. 13Ã Platinum. 1986. Bruce Springsteen . Live/1975-85 . Columbia . 4,333,333 (Triple album). 13Ã Platinum. 1969. The Beatles . Abbey Road . Apple . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1986. Bon Jovi . Slippery When Wet . Mercury Records . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1994. Boyz II Men . II . Motown . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1987. Def Leppard . Hysteria . Mercury Records . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1998. Dixie Chicks . Wide Open Spaces . Monument . (9,945,000)   (Over-certified) . 12Ã Platinum. 1995. Jewel . Pieces of You . Atlantic . (8,753,000)   (Over-certified) . 12Ã Platinum. 1992. Kenny G . Breathless . Arista . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1980. Kenny Rogers . Greatest Hits . Liberty . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1969. Led Zeppelin . Led Zeppelin II . Atlantic . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1996. Matchbox Twenty . Yourself or Someone Like You . Atlantic . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1985. Phil Collins . No Jacket Required . Atlantic . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1995. Shania Twain . The Woman in Me . Mercury Nashville . 12,000,000. 12Ã Platinum. 1972. The Rolling Stones . Hot Rocks 1964-1971 . London . 6,000,000 (Double album). 12Ã Platinum. 1994. Soundtrack. Forrest Gump . Epic Records . 6,000,000 (Double album). 12Ã Platinum. 1980. Aerosmith . Greatest Hits . Columbia . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 2000. The Beatles . 1 . Capitol . (12,233,000)  (Under-certified) . 11Ã Platinum. 1967. The Beatles . Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band . Capitol . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 1996. Celine Dion . Falling into You . Epic Records . (11,799,000)   (Under-certified) . 11Ã Platinum. 1999. Creed . Human Clay . Wind-up Records . (11,640,000)  (Under-certified) . 11Ã Platinum. 1982. Eagles . Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 . Asylum . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 1998. Kid Rock . Devil Without a Cause . Atlantic Records . (10,527,000)   . 11Ã Platinum. 1973. Led Zeppelin . Houses of the Holy . Atlantic . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 2000. 'N Sync . No Strings Attached . Jive . (12,660,000)   (Under-certified) . 11Ã Platinum. 1987. Soundtrack. Dirty Dancing . RCA . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 1997. Soundtrack. Titanic . Epic Records . (11,146,000)   . 11Ã Platinum. 1976. James Taylor . Greatest Hits . Warner Bros. . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 1994. TLC . CrazySexyCool . LaFace . 11,000,000. 11Ã Platinum. 2003. Outkast . Speakerboxxx/The Love Below . LaFace , Arista . 5,500,000 (Double album). 11Ã Platinum. 2002. Shania Twain . Up! . Mercury Nashville . 5,500,000 (Double album). 11Ã Platinum. 2011. Adele . 21 . Columbia / XL . (10,400,000)  . 10Ã Platinum. 1977. Billy Joel . The Stranger . Columbia . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 2000. Britney Spears . Oops!... I Did It Again . Jive . (10,404,000)   . 10Ã Platinum. 1984. Bob Marley & The Wailers . Legend . Island . (11,260,000 â )  (Under-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1971. Carole King . Tapestry . ODE . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1997. Celine Dion . Let's Talk About Love . Epic Records . (10,711,000)   (Under-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1983. Def Leppard . Pyromania . Mercury Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1999. Dixie Chicks . Fly . Monument Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1976. Doobie Brothers . Best of The Doobies . Warner Bros. . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1970. Elvis Presley . Elvis' Christmas Album (budget reissue of 1957 LP with altered track listing). RCA Camden / Pickwick . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 2002. Eminem . The Eminem Show . Aftermath . (10,098,000)  . 10Ã Platinum. 2000. Eminem . The Marshall Mathers LP . Aftermath . (12,169,000)   (Under-certified) . 10x Platinum. 1992. Eric Clapton . Unplugged . Reprise Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1989. Garth Brooks . Garth Brooks . Capitol . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1994. Garth Brooks . The Hits . Liberty Records . (7,821,000 Â§ )  (Over-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1997. Garth Brooks . Sevens . Capitol Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1987. George Michael . Faith . Columbia . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1994. Green Day . Dookie . Reprise Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1990. Led Zeppelin . Led Zeppelin Boxed Set . Atlantic Records . 2,500,000 (Quadruple album). 10Ã Platinum. 2000. Linkin Park . Hybrid Theory . Warner Bros. . (10,889,000)   (Under-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1983. Lionel Richie . Can't Slow Down . Motown . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1990. Madonna . The Immaculate Collection . Sire . (7,305,000 Â§ )   (Incomplete sales tracking) . 10Ã Platinum. 1984. Madonna . Like a Virgin . Sire . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1995. Mariah Carey . Daydream . Columbia . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1993. Mariah Carey . Music Box . Columbia . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1990. MC Hammer . Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em . Capitol . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1998. 'N Sync . NSYNC . RCA . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1991. Nirvana . Nevermind . DGC Records . (9,044,000 Â§ )  (Incomplete sales tracking) . 10Ã Platinum. 1995. No Doubt . Tragic Kingdom . Trauma / Interscope Records . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 2002. Norah Jones . Come Away with Me . Blue Note . (10,910,000)  (Under-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1967. Patsy Cline . Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits . Decca . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1994. Soundtrack. The Lion King . Walt Disney Records . (7,839,000)  (Over-certified) . 10Ã Platinum. 1993. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers . Greatest Hits . MCA . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1976. Stevie Wonder . Songs in the Key of Life . Motown . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1987. U2 . The Joshua Tree . Island . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 2004. Usher . Confessions . Arista . (10,017,000)  . 10Ã Platinum. 1984. Van Halen . 1984 (MCMLXXXIV) . Warner Bros. . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1978. Van Halen . Van Halen . Warner Bros. . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1983. ZZ Top . Eliminator . Warner Bros. . 10,000,000. 10Ã Platinum. 1998. 2Pac . Greatest Hits . Interscope . (5,000,000)  (Double album) . 10x Platinum. 1985. The Doors . The Best of The Doors . Elektra . 5,000,000 (Double album). 10Ã Platinum. 1997. The Notorious B.I.G. . Life After Death . Bad Boy Records / Arista . 5,000,000 (Double album). 10Ã Platinum. 1995. The Smashing Pumpkins . Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness . Virgin . 5,000,000 (Double album). 10Ã Platinum. Notes[ edit source | editbeta ] â Only includes sales tracked by Nielsen SoundScan since March 1, 1991 and BMG Music Club sales, where available.  Â§ Albums released near or soon after March 1, 1991, the date Nielsen SoundScan began tracking album sales, likely had a significant portion of their sales go untracked. When tracking began, Nielsen SoundScan only had about 40% coverage of album sales.  SoundScan initially did not track albums sold in supermarkets, and never tracked those sold through mail-order music clubs such as Columbia House or BMG Music Club.   . ( Full Answer )
Industrial grade diamonds are disposable, since they do wear out -- slowly -- but they do wear. According to the 2003 publication by Donald Olsen, et al (link, below): "Natural industrial diamond...price varies from about $0.30 per carat for bort-size material to about $7 to $10 per carat for …most stones, with some larger stones selling for up to $200 per carat." ( Full Answer )
Of course there were diamonds on the Titanic: the maiden voyage was populated by many first-class passengers who brought their best 'public displays of wealth', which had to include diamonds. However, the diamond depicted in the movie Titanic, a very large blue stone -- about the size and shape of… the Hope Diamond, by the way -- was probably not among the jewels that currently lie at the bottom of the Atlantic. It was a story device invented by the screenwriter in order to appeal to those of us in the audience who are engaged by diamonds. ( Full Answer )
All diamonds are mined, and about 80% of these are industrialdiamonds. They are separated from gem-quality diamonds through themilling process which uses running water, and then through visualsorting of the diamond-grade material that remains.
Industrial diamonds were used by such U.S. industries as construction, computer chip production, mining services, transportation systems, and machinery production
There are many reputable pool enclosure repair companies, but unfortunately I'm not aware of what are you are in, and therefore can't give you the names of companies local to you. A good place to start looking would be your local Craiglist or the yellow pages of your phone book.
Seventy-five percent of all diamonds mined are useful only as industrial-grade diamonds. This means that all diamond mines contain significant amounts of industrial diamonds. Until all the diamonds are mined and the mines closed, it's not possible to tell which mine has produced the most amount …of industrial diamonds. ( Full Answer )
Your answer depends on which part of the diamond industry you're looking at -- mining, distribution, consumption, processing and so forth. A few brands that lead in the diamond industry are DeBeers, Tiffany, Cartier and so forth.
Not just anyone. First you need to convince the Smithsonian Museum to be willing to sell it. The Hope Diamond is, after all, a National Treasure in the most commercial sense. The Hope Diamond is the second most visited 'artwork' in the world behind the Mona Lisa. Second you need between 200-250 mi…llion dollars, or more, to purchase it. ( Full Answer )
There's nothing about a diamond that makes it 'industrial size': industrial diamonds -- 75% of all diamonds mined -- are simply not high-quality enough stones to be considered for production as gem stones. Most diamonds are small -- relatively -- think the size of vegetable peas or smaller. Some …others, of course, are larger -- relatively -- think the size of acorns, grapes or in the rare case a plum. (The largest diamond found to date covered the palm of a grown male adult's palm.) Ultimately industrial diamonds are ground down to be attached to tools, so that the tips or blades are coated with diamonds -- typically 'diamond dust'. ( Full Answer )
Industrial diamonds come from diamond mines, in fact about 75% of all diamonds mined are industrial diamonds.
Industrial diamonds, based on their hardness, improve the useful life of cutting tools and improve the precision of tools used in micro-manufacturing and health environments.
The diamond industry in Australia is robust and involved ininternational commerce. Anyone on earth interested in purchasing adiamond mined in Australia is welcome to purchase such a product.
Industrial diamonds are used to enhance the cutting and precision features on tools. For example, a diamond-tipped tool for marking glass before tapping it with a rubber hammer, so that the edge of the glass is straight, not jagged.
Yes, many companies offer a free diamond price calculator. Some sites to look at include Ajediam and Butterscotch. Top Windows 9 Download offers a free downloadable diamond ring price calculator as well.
The best place to buy a diamond eternity ring for a great value that is also very reputable would be a place such as Helzburg Diamonds or Zales. Do not purchase a diamond from a stand in the mall.
There are a very large number of reputable companies that deal with mortgage rate refinancing. The best places to look are on price comparison sites such as Bankrate so that you can compare deals by only having to enter your details once.
The value of a diamond is worth whatever someone will pay you for it. Your question reflects the vagaries of the market more than it reflects the value of diamonds. Sometimes, people pay more for a diamond than necessary. Then when a subsequent sale is attempted, the mark-up paid in the first pu…rchase is lost, so the seller may believe that the diamond has decreased in value. Highest quality diamonds per se won't lose value, unless one is sold in a distress situation, in which case, the price may be less than originally paid because the seller simply 'needs the cash'. ( Full Answer )
Diamond Shamrock was a chemical company based out of Cleveland. It's headquarters was Maxus Energy Corp. It was founded for the production of soda ash, which is an ingredient used in making glass.
The company was founded in 1854 by Joseph Asscher. Today the Royal Asscher Diamond Company is still owned by the Asscher family. The current president is Edward Asscher.
Cool Diamonds is a UK jewellery company based in London, UK. They are based on Greville Street near the Farringdon tube stop and St. Bartholemews Hospital.
That is impossible to know. Humans have used diamonds in jewleryand enjoyed them as 'shiny rocks' and 'hard rocks' since ancienttimes -- some say about 6,000 years, from before this sort ofrecords were kept.
About 80% of all diamonds mined are used by industry -- they arenot gem-stone quality. Industrial diamonds are used to cut, polishand otherwise refine tools. Diamond is the hardest naturalsubstance, so tipping tools with diamond material gives users moreprecision, accuracy and a longer-lasting tool.… ( Full Answer )