Can I get my diamond dyed? It is 2 ct. but off-color. I think it would look better as another...
color as the side diamonds make it look yellowish, but not enough like a true yellow diamond. Where can I have this done?
Colored diamonds are not dyed, they are just made that way by the chemicals in the coal they are created from. No, diamonds cannot be dyed. They are the hardest substance on earth. Dye cannot penetrate them. Try having it professionally cleaned. If it is older, it may just have buildup on it. Or maybe have the side diamonds replaced by something like sapphires or emeralds. That will make it look whiter.
Contact Quantum International Diamonds in the UK, as they are the leading supplier of diamond and jewelry.
by preeti.chary 5 years ago
can diamonds be set in 22 carat gold or is it too soft to support diamondi heard diamonds r set in 18 carat gold only.and have a doubt if i'm being cheated whn a jeweller tells me its a 22k gold wid diamonds set
by PhoenixV 4 years ago
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by diamondzul 8 years ago
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