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April Birthstone
Care for Diamond Jewelry

Pearl Birthstone June

When looking for diamonds, take a carefullook for the 4 Cs: cut, color, clarity, and carat weight. But people shouldunderstand that it is the cutting that releases the true brilliance of a stone.

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Diamond is the hardest substance on earth.

2) All diamonds are colorless.

3) It's a good idea to use chlorine on gemstone jewelry.

4) Diamonds are more than a hundred million years old.

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April 2010
Pearl Birthstone June


Hand lotions, hair styling products and everyday wear allleave enough of a film on your diamond ring to keep it from looking its best.And if you wait too long between cleanings, those materials can accumulate onthe back of your diamond, blocking light and making the diamond appear dull andlifeless.
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Diamonds are the hardest substance known, but that doesn'tmean we can bring them back to life with any old cleanser. Coatings and othermaterials used to enhance diamonds can sometimes be removed by harsh chemicalsor vigorous scrubbing, so take care when it's time to make your diamond ringsparkle.
In this issue, learn safe and effectivemethods you can use to clean your diamond engagement ring and other diamondrings. Clean your diamonds with care so that your diamond jewelry will look asgorgeous as it did the first day you saw it.

David Weiss
April Birthstone: The Most Extraordinary of All GemstonesDiamond

April is the most privileged month in the year because ithas diamond as its birthstone. Diamonds are the most expensive precious stonesbecause they have the most extraordinary properties in the mineral kingdom. Andthey look good with any outfit, being the first choice for many Hollywoodactresses.
Diamonds are the most durable substance on earth. Most arecolorless, but fancy colored diamonds are growing in popularity every year.Most diamond are more than a hundred million years old; some are three billionyears old. They are the oldest gemstones known to man.
A gift of a Diamond is symbolic of everlasting love.  There is no more convincing a promiseof an enduring relationship than the brilliant gemstone that has endured inpeople's hearts throughout the ages.
How to Clean and Care for Diamond Jewelry

Diamonds are tough but they aren't indestructible. Thesetips will help you clean and care for your diamond jewelry so that it's asbeautiful in twenty years as it is today.
  1. Soakyour diamond ring in a warm solution of mild liquid detergent and water. Ivorydishwashing liquid is a good choice, but any other mild detergent is fine.
  2.  Use asoft brush if necessary to remove dirt. Soft is the key -- don't use a brushwith bristles that are stiff enough to scratch the ring's metal setting.
  3. Swishthe ring around in the solution, and then rinse it thoroughly in warm water.Close the drain first, or put the ring in a strainer to keep from losing it!
  4. Drythe diamond ring with a lint-free cloth.
  5. Remove your rings or wear gloves to keep chlorine orother harsh chemicals away from your rings.