Blue Diamond Necklaces – how to get the best

January 17, 2009 · Filed Under Art Deco Pendant 

I don’t think there’s anything more striking than blue diamond necklaces.  Whatever outfit you have on, blue diamond necklaces always seems to compliment it, the same goes for if you are a blonde or a brunette, blue diamond necklaces will flatter anyone.
Unlike clear diamonds (which, I hasten to add, I also love) blue diamond necklaces have the ability to bring out the best in you.  You can wear blue diamond necklaces and know, for certain, that you are making a memorable impression. So how can you be sure to get the best blue diamond necklaces possible?

Firstly, it’s important to know a little about coloured diamonds and how blue diamond necklaces gets thier wonderful shade.

When carbon atoms are exposed to extreme heat and pressure, a diamond is created.  The colour of the diamond will be clear if there is no impurities, but nitrogen is present in most diamonds.   Blue diamonds are created when Boron replaces the nitrogen and reflects nothing but blue.  Isn’t that amazing?

As you would expect, blue diamonds are amongst the most wanted and therefore, the most expensive, so expect to pay some money for those blue diamond necklaces!

Before you start shopping, decide on a budget for your blue diamond necklaces, then you have some boundaries to work within.  Once you have found the perfect blue diamond necklaces, check the reputation of the store where you plan to buy from.

This is especially important if you are buying your pendants online.  If possible, look out for any organizations that the jewellery store is a part of.  BBB logos are good because you can also visit the Better Business Bureau to see thier report on the jewellery company.  This is where you can view if the company has any unresolved issues or complaints – useful things to know if you are planning on buying blue diamond necklaces from them!

Another thing to remember is that blue topaz necklaces are not the same as blue diamond necklaces. Topaz is a gem, not a diamond and this can confuse many people.  If you see a site advertising  ‘Topaz blue diamond necklaces’ they will probably be topaz stones with bits of diamond, so make sure you do your research, shop around and think carefully.  Take time and you will soon have wonderful blue diamond necklaces to treasure forever.

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