Indian bangles can have the most elegant look
Glass bangles have been hugely popular for American weddings recently. Not only for bridal jewellery, but they are also popular for bridesmaids as well. Consider that glass bangles had their fashion origins based upon wedding jewellery for brides. Think about how nice it would be to get bridesmaids jewellery that you can actually wear after the wedding!
The hottest look right now is to have every bridesmaid wear a different set of bangles though all in the same colors. Let the bridesmaids choose whether to wear a large set or a small set, glittery or subtle, depending on her personal tastes. Indian bangles can have the most elegant look. Just about every color under the sun is available to create the perfect match for the wedding colors. From dressing up for dinner to black tie events, glass bangles have a place.
Every diamond is immensely old
Every diamond is immensely old. They formed long before dinosaurs roamed the earth. Every diamond is unique. No two diamonds are alike. Today a handful of diamonds are renowned for their incredible histories, magical lore and sheer size. The very word Diamond comes from the Greek word adamas meaning unconquerable.
They have come to own grand names to mark their significance and behind each of these spectacular diamonds lie a rich magnificent story of history, discovery and mysticism. The youngest diamond is 900 years old and the oldest is 3.2 billion years old. Diamond exists in many colors. The rarest of them being red and was first mined in India more than 2800 years ago. The famous Kohinoor diamonds is one of them.
Gemstones are identified by gemologists
Gemstones are identified by gemologists. The first characteristic a gemologist uses to identify a gemstone is its chemical composition. Gems are characterized in terms of refractive index, dispersion, specific gravity, hardness, cleavage, fracture, and luster. They may exhibit pleochroism or double refraction. Who describe gems and their characteristics using technical terminology specific to the field of gemology.
Next, many gems are crystals which are classified by their crystal system such as cubic or trigonal or monoclinic. They may have luminescence and a distinctive absorption spectrum. For example, diamonds are made of carbon (C) and rubies of aluminium oxide (Al2O3). Another term used is habit, the form the gem is usually found in. For example diamonds, which have a cubic crystal system, are often found as octahedrons.