If you are referring to ornamental items worn by people then you probably mean Jewelry. These items used to adorn a person’s outfit or the person herself is often made with gems and precious metals. Costume jewelry is made from less valuable materials. However, jewelry can and has been made out of almost every of material. Examples include bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings, as well as items like hair ornaments, body piercing jewelry and more. If fashion jewelry is made with precious materials, it is generally considered valuable and desirable by a lot of women. Jewelry can also be symbolic, with the case of the religious Christians – they wear a crucifix in the form of jewelry or as is the case in many Western cultures, married people wear wedding rings. That can symbolize love better than a diamond ring? This type of jewelry is often used for proposals and is commonly known as the engagement ring. To know a diamonds worth, there are four characteristics to be graded such as Carat, Cut, Clarity and Color. Carat simply means the size of the diamond. The larger costs more of course. There are 100 points to a carat therefore a 50 point diamond is ½ carat. Cut would the proportion of the diamond. Round brilliant diamonds are commonly cut with 58 facets. The better proportioned facets are on the diamond then the more light will be reflected back to the viewer’s eyes and this is an extremely important feature of the diamond. When cut the right way, the diamond will sparkle more. Diamond cuts are measured by way of table percentage, so always ask for it. Cut also refers to the shape such as round, pear and oval.
Clarity is simply the clearness of the stone. The diamond can be perfect or flawless or it could be less than that. Colors generally come in range of D – X for white and yellow diamonds. D is whitest while around S they become “Fancy” yellow diamonds. If you want to add spectacle to your trendy women clothes outfit then add a bit of diamond especially when out on a special occasion or that special day of your wedding!