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  • What is 10K Gold?
    10K is the most durable even though it contains the lowest gold content, 41.7% pure gold. 10K gold is highly durable, and not easy to scratch, it’s the cheapest type of gold.
  • What is 14K Gold?
    14K is the most popular type of wearable jewelry, it contains 58.3% pure gold, and most wedding and engagement rings are made of 14K.
  • What is 18K Gold?
    18K is the purest type of gold used, it contains 75% gold, and it has a rich and attractive appearance. 18K gold is the best choice if you’re looking to have a high-quality gold since it has the most amount of pure gold.
  • What are the 4Cs?
    The 4Cs of diamonds are Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat weight. Cut refers to the cuts each diamond has and how the surfaces are positioned to give the brilliance a diamond has. Color refers to the color of a diamond. Where you can realize the absence of color. The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) diamond color grades range from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Clarity refers to the clarity of diamonds, diamonds imperfections are very minuscule and microscopic. Carat refers to a diamond’s weight.
  • What are the shapes of diamonds?
    The shape is the outline form of a diamond. Here are the types of diamond shapes: Round, Princess, Emerald, Asscher, Marquise, Oval, Radiant, Pear, Heart, and Cushion. The Round brilliant is the most popular shape and is known for engagement rings since it has many facets and endless sparkles. Princess-Cut is a rectangular and square shape, it has 90-degree angles. Emerald-cut, what makes this shape special is the pavilion cut in rectangular facets which gives the diamond an optical appearance. Asscher-Cut is a similar cut to the Emerald cut diamond mentioned above but with a square shape. Marquise-Cut is the largest surface area of any diamond cut which makes its length bigger than the width ratio. Oval-Cut brilliance is similar to the Round diamond, it’s a popular cut in all types of jewelry. This shape makes the diamond appear longer and makes the finger wearing them look longer. Radiant-Cut is the combination between Emerald cut and Round diamond cut from the brilliance side with trimmed corners. The pear shape is a combination of round and marquise cuts, it is also called ‘teardrop’ for its rounded shape and end. A heart-shaped diamond is a unique diamond cut that shows the symbol of love. Cushion-Cut, also known as ‘pillow-cut’ diamond, features rounded corners and large facets. It’s been a traditional cut for over a century and is one of the most famous diamonds in the world.
  • Where are Rolex watches made?
    All Rolex wristwatches are made in Switzerland.
  • Are Rolex watches worth it?
    Rolex watches are good investments, some of their steel sports models have the best value better than any other brand.
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