About Men's Jewellery Designers
Nowadays, men are becoming as enamored with jewellery. Jewellery designers have well woken up to the fact and are now offering exclusive and extensive men's range of jewellery. This jewellery is ranging right from diamond-studded watches to chains, bracelets and pendants.
This trend is further accentuated by the portrayal of men supporting flashy pieces of jewellery in cinema. Accessories as they are with cars and gizmos. In the past the passion for jewellery rested with women alone. From the mafia kings carrying extravagant neckpieces, to the young lover wearing a kinky bracelet gifted by his fiancÚ, men across all channels are being quick enough to adopt the trend. In this section, we take a look on the latest developments in this trend along with the major newsmakers in this aspect.
Diamonds are in many colors
The color range of diamonds is amazing and has all the shades from light pink to deep pink, yellow to brown, indigo to dark purple, hues of green and blue. In the past, the brown diamonds were considered to be of lesser value than the other colors because jewellers did not think that consumers would find them attractive.
If you are interested in buying your first diamond, you have joined the millions of people who appreciate the beauty of this beloved gemstone. While diamonds exist in every imaginable color, some colors are more common than others. However, thanks to a few clever designers, brown diamonds are currently one of the most popular trends in the jewelry industry. One of the reasons why brown diamonds are so popular is that they will coordinate with almost any type of outfit. They are also elegant enough to be worn with eveningwear, and casual enough to go with a pair of blue jeans. The blue diamond is another popular variety. As a result, they have a much higher price than the brown and yellow variants.
High quality natural gemstones
We purchase and trade in a wide range of high quality natural gemstones from around the world. Alloys that are composed of semi metals with metals are classified as sulfides but are sometimes listed as elements. For thousands of years, gold has been valued as a global currency, a commodity, an investment and simply an object of beauty.
We personally select and purchase rough and cut stones. They usually share similarities to other sulfides in their physical properties. These minerals are in the Selenides, the Tellurides, the Antimonides and the Arsenides Subclasses of the Sulfide Class. The main difference between elemental alloys and these semi-metal alloys is the presence of covalent bonding in these minerals as opposed to the strictly metallic bonding in pure metals and their metal alloys. Our specialty is top quality cutting.