This sounds like a "ZULU" shotgun. These were made from obsolete military muskets in the late 1800s, mostly in Belgium, for sale in various colonial areas.
A diamond can be mounted on a 925 FAS ring. They typically are mounted however on gold or platinum rings.
A diamond stud implies that the diamond has been mounted in jewelery that can be worn in the ear lobe, in the nose piercing, or on the tie or lapel. A diamond solitaire generally refers to a single diamond mounted in a ring.
honestly it depends on the cut of the diamond. Sometimes diamond rings are cut to fit diamonds and earrings are mounted different. If its a big diamond it can be cut smaller to fit.Another AnswerAny diamond can be mounted in any setting the buyer wants it in. Cutting down a diamond to fit into a piece of jewelery would be a waste of value, because the diamond would be smaller after cutting it down, and thus worth less.
The type of engine that contains one camshaft mounted in its cylinder head is called what
Yes, if the diamond is not mounted in a way so as to protect it from damage, it can be fractured along its natural cleveage. This is a rare occurrence, however.
Diamond is a stone, a rock, a geological phenomenon. Once mined, polished and sold, it can be mounted in jewelery (while 75% of all mined diamonds are used industrially). When describing an object for sale, for example, one might say that -- of the gemstone mounted in the jewelery -- the 'stone type' is diamond.
The Koh-i-nor diamond is part of the Crown Jewels of Great Britain, and is kept in Great Britain. It is mounted in the crown of the Queen.
Yes. You can either buy a diamond chip already mounted in a piece of jewelery, or you can chip your diamond if it is exposed by improper setting in such a way that a blow can chip the stone at a weak spot in its lattice.
Diamonds are seldom permanently mounted, as this could damage their value. To change the diamond or the ring, go to any jeweler who makes custom-made jewelry.
Essentially yes unless a person had a real mounted after purchase. Or if requested prior. Sorry.
The cylinder head, is the part of the engine that contains the valves/ports that control air/fuel in and out of the engine. They are mounted on the engine block, over the cylinder/pistons. DOHC and SOHC have the camshaft/s mounted on them.
The five-bastioned fort was the badge of the Fifth Army Corps in Cuba, of which the Ninth Cavalry was a part. The yellow outline is for the Cavalry, and the blue for active service in the Spanish-American War. The mounted Indian represents the Indian campaigns of the Regiment. See link for examples of two of the Distinguishing Insignia pins for the 9th Cavalry.
single over head camshaft or sohc
The field test for raw diamonds is 'extreme hardness'. If you've picked up a piece of jewelery with what appears to be a diamond mounted in it, or if you've found a loose diamond, it's best to take it to a jeweler who can use a device to determine whether or not what you've found is a diamond.
Single Over Head Cam or SOHC. Though i should point out it is mounted on top of the cylinder head inside the valve cover.
An over head cam engine commonly called (OHC)
of Mount, Seated or serving on horseback or similarly; as, mounted police; mounted infantry., Placed on a suitable support, or fixed in a setting; as, a mounted gun; a mounted map; a mounted gem.
The metal has a karat value, meaning that it's gold; the diamond weight is measured in carats. Since the diamond stone and the metal ring are separable, anything stamped in the metal usually refers to the metal and not to the stone mounted therein.
Your answer depends on why you looked for and acquired the 'right' diamond. If it is an investment, perhaps you will store it in a safe deposit box. If you want to wear it, have it mounted in the jewelery you want, and then take care of it and insure it against loss or damage.
AnswerThe USAF was formed in 1947 and the enlisted men wore a collar insignia of a "US" inside a round circle with hollow spaces between letters and circle. This collar insignia was silver color. The cap insignia was an eagle in a circle that was also hollowed out.This branch insignia for the USAF comes from the insignia used by the US Army at this time and further back into WW2. However the US Army insignia had the "US" mounted on a solid disc made of Brass. During WW2,, there were 3 different styles. The most common US collar device was a flat disc with the US as a separate piece attached to it. Or it could be formed as 1 piece. Also some were made such that the disc was dome-shaped and not flat.This Army collar device came from the insignia used in WW1. The discs used then were flat with the US molded into the disc. It was much flatter than the WW2 version. The collar devices and the Crossed Rifles for Infantry were first used in the uniform changes of 1904.
That would be called a SOHC engine (Single Over Head Cam)
according to one website online, approximately $300 000.
This question is difficult to answer as it needs to be more specific. Do you mean engraved or painted or stamped into the metal? What country? Do you mean WW2? For example: The French army used the Adrian helmet that appears to have a bill in the front and back. Their helmet had a stamped insignia on the front to denote Infantry, Artillery or Engineers and maybe more branches of service. The Italians wore a pith helmet with their desert uniform. Most of them had a brass regimental insignia mounted on a cloth tricolor. For their steel helmets they usually painted the regimental insignia on the front. The US did not engrave or apply any insignia. Some had markings painted on the back to denote company commander or a platoon commander. It was painted on the back so the Germans could not see it when in combat. Need more specific information to answer your question.
Recessed mounted is inside a box with 1 side open, have louver then mounted inside the ceiling facing the opening downward. While surface mounted is directly screwed on the ceiling.