We believe in CLARITY
We believe in CLARITY
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The diamond is the hardest natural substance found on Earth. It is usually found in kimberlite, which is a type of igneous rock.
Diamonds are created when carbon atoms crystallize and become compressed over time - this is what gives them their unique hardness. They're found in kimberlite, which is an igneous rock created by volcanic activity over thousands of years. Kimberlite is found near mountain ranges, in vertical shafts that extend deep underground. Diamonds are just one of the minerals found inside kimberlite - and they're not evenly distributed. We at M.Suresh use cutting-edge technology and innovative ideas to make things more efficient, we have world-class technology that does not undermine the quality and gives you your right cut.
Diamonds aren't easy to come by which is why they hold so much value. They can be found in many places throughout the world but each location has a different way of extracting them. In some places, people have to sift through rocks and stones in river beds, while others mine old volcanos, and others still have to dig deep in sand by machinery or by hand. A lot of work goes into finding these diamonds because usually, for every ton of rock that's moved, there are only a few carats worth of diamonds—which is why they're so precious.
Diamonds are found in nature in a variety of colors, but the most common are colorless or white diamonds. Some tinted diamonds are rare and valuable. The diamonds that are found underground come in a variety of colors including yellow, blue, pink, green, and amber. The process of extracting the diamonds from the surrounding rock begins with crushing or milling the excavated material. This is done carefully so as not to damage the diamonds. Next, a gravity-based device is used to sort the diamond-containing portions—called the concentrate—from the tailings, or the filler rock
After a rough separation, the kimberlite-and-diamond mixture moves to a greasing area where it is mixed with water and placed on a greased belt or table. The water carries away the non-diamond particles and the diamonds are separated from the grease
The chunks of diamond are eventually cut into small, perfectly shaped gemstones that are commonly used in engagement rings and other jewelry.
Before a diamond is processed, it may look like a dull piece of stone. However, after it is cut and polished, the diamond will shine brightly. The process of taking diamonds from the mine to a processing plant for cleaning and sorting them into categories is called diamond processing. Most of the world's diamonds are shipped so that they can be sorted by weight, color, and clarity. Experts then decide how to cut the diamond so that its value is maximized without losing clarity
All around the world, there are many facilities that cut and polish diamonds. Some of the most popular diamond cuts include Princess, Pear, Emerald, Heart Cushion, Round, Oval, and Marquise. Diamond cutting is an intense art that demands specialized tools, expertise, and technique. A diamond is the hardest material on Earth, which is why only a diamond can cut another diamond. With modern technology, lasers are also used to help shape and finalize diamonds