The Diamond Reserve Blog

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Hexagon Diamonds

Take a Chance on Hexagons Diamonds, just like people, come in a vast range of shapes and sizes. Finding the shape diamond that fits you is incredibly important. A hexagon

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What Are Huggie Earrings?

Huggie earrings or huggies are a style of small hoop earrings that are designed to hug your earlobe as the name suggests. Spotted on celebrities, models and influencers alike, they

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Diamond Shapes and Cuts for the Brave

Portraits, Batmans, Coffins Oh My! In a world of round diamonds, be brave. This year, eccentric diamond shapes will take off and rare cuts will stand out amongst the secular

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What Does Crescent Moon Jewelry Mean?

Because it transcends borders and we all see it no matter where in the world we live, the moon has always been a part of our respective and shared mythology.

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Tis’ the Selfie Season

Tips for the Taking the Best Engagement Ring Selfie Engagement season is here, and selfies are still in. After your beloved proposes and you are finally one with your ring,

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What Color is Citrine?

Citrine is a variety of transparent quartz. Its name is derived from the Latin word citrina meaning “yellow”. Its color ranges from a juicy lemon yellow to a dark rich

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Where Do Pearls Come From?

While most precious gems are formed in the Earth, pearls are the only “gemstone” created inside of a living creature. Mollusks including oysters, mussels and clams are the bivalves responsible

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What Does Snake Jewelry Symbolize?

Snakes are one of the earliest historical and culturally diverse mythological symbols. In ancient times serpents represented the duality of good and evil depending on the culture and time period

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What Color is Amethyst?

Amethyst is a variety of quartz and the world’s most popular purple gem. It’s the birthstone for February, and has been used for personal adornment for thousands of years. Like

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What is Morganite?

Due to its naturally occurring blush tones and exceptional clarity, Morganite has become one of the most desired gemstones for diamond alternative wedding and engagement jewelry. This lovely pink stone

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Dappled Diamonds

Mysterious and enchanting, interest in salt and pepper diamonds’ exclusive appearance is growing. The wild-child sister of the classic colorless diamond, salt and pepper diamonds have the eternal beauty of

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What Color is Peridot?

When we think of green gemstones the first one that comes to mind might be an emerald. There’s another lovely green gemstone that needs our attention: Peridot. Pronounced PEAR-A-DOE or