By Vera Holden. Ring. Published at Monday, June 19th, 2017 - 20:36:43 PM.
As a matter of fact, in the past, some class rings are made like signet rings, a circlet bearing the school's emblem or seal. Others have stones that students have chosen to match a birth stone or the school's colors. All class rings typically bear the name or logo of the school on the bezel surrounding the stone. The only difference from year to year was the graduating year engraved on them.
Tip number three is the color. The color basically refers to the fact that the more yellowish the diamond is, the less value it is. The whiter it is, the more value it has. So one thing, one scam once again that you want to avoid, is the color scam. This is where they will take a low quality diamond and they will artificially color it pink, blue, black because they know people love colored diamonds. But, the problem with that is that they're going to sell it to you as though it was a naturally colored diamond, so you're going to pay too much for something that is a low quality diamond. And the second thing is that after a while the color of the diamond goes away because it's artificial.
The fourth tip is the clarity. The clarity means that the less imperfections a diamond has, the more value it has. So you might want to pay for diamond that has a little bit of imperfections and make sure that the imperfections cannot be seen with the naked eye. That way you pay less for the diamond, but it doesn't really change anything.
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