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Worthy’s Guide to Asscher Cut Diamonds

Guide to Asscher Cut Diamonds

  If you love vintage diamond jewelry from the Art Deco period, it’s likely that Asscher cut diamonds are among your favorites. This incredible cut shares some similarities with the emerald cut: its geometry is rectangular rather than rounded, and it features stepped pavilions and angled corners that lend a nearly octagonal shape. There are […]

Moissanite vs Diamond: What’s the Difference?

Moissanite vs Diamond - the Difference

  What’s the difference between moissanite and diamond? You might recognize moissanite as an alternative to diamonds, thanks to its pretty sparkle and white color. In this article, we’ll compare moissanite and diamond side by side, taking a closer look at a variety of factors including hardness, fire, color, clarity, and of course, value.   […]

Worthy’s Guide to Radiant Cut Diamonds

Radiant Cut Diamonds

With all the fire of a brilliant cut and the intriguing geometric appeal of an emerald cut, the radiant cut diamond brings many attractive features together in one. This breathtaking diamond shape features a square or rectangular profile with cropped corners. Its table provides a marvelous view of the brilliant-cut facets. This quick guide provides […]

Why You Should Avoid Pawn Shops When Selling Your Jewelry

Avoid Pawn Shops When Selling Jewelry

The concept of the pawn shop has been around for centuries. More than 3,000 years ago, prominent Chinese, Greek, and Roman businessmen discovered that they could profit by lending money to peasants who needed short-term loans. Throughout history, famous figures such as England’s King Edward III and Spain’s Queen Isabella pawned jewelry to finance war […]

How Diamonds Are Formed

how diamonds are formed

  Every diamond is unique, but all natural diamonds have at least one thing in common: the beautiful gemstones we admire, wear, and give as gifts today are billions of years old. Here is the story of how diamonds are formed.   How Natural Diamonds Form in The Earth Natural diamonds are formed in the […]

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