| You’ll find the key to her heart with the gift of the fashionable Women’s Sterling Silver “Key to My Heart” Diamond Key Pendant Necklace. Cheerful hearts fill the top and teeth of the 925 sterling silver key pendant. The heart along the top of the pendant is embellished with prong-set diamond stones that disclose I-J color and I2-I3 clarity, making up .05 cttw. This shiny pendant is secured to a single bail that rests from an 18-inch cable chain, fastening with a spring-ring clasp.
About DiamondsDiamond Clarity:
No two diamonds are alike. A diamond’s most distinguishing characteristics are it is inclusions, marks that are oftentimes invisible to the naked eye. However, beneath a jeweler’s magnifying loupe or microscope they may look like crystals, tiny rivers, or clouds. A diamond’s clarity is determined by the presence or absence of inclusions–fewer inclusions mean better clarity–and how visible they are. The more outstanding a diamond’s clarity, the more outstanding it is splendor and value. A diamond categorized as internally flawless will have no inclusions, but this is exceedingly rare.
Though diamonds come in a wide range of colors, colorless diamonds have traditionally been considered the most valuable. Most diamonds are graded on a scale using the letters of the alphabet, from D (colorless), the best grade, through Z (a light yellow). It is difficult for the without training eye to observe such variations in color unless stones are being equated side by side.
Diamond Carat Weight:
A diamond’s weight is measured in carats, with one carat being equivalent to 100 points. You will often times see a diamond referred to as a 3/4-carat stone or a 75-point diamond. Larger stones are ofttimes more highly valued, but size must not be the only consideration–high brilliance, which varies according to clarity, cut, and color grade, is highly desirable in a diamond.
A diamond certificate represents independent validation that the stone purchased has all the calibers of cut, color, clarity, shape, and weight expected. It is a further indication of the condition and value of that diamond as represented on our site. Such certificates are issued by assorted agencies employing highly trained gemologists and provide an unbiased and exact evaluation of the diamond. These gemologists scrutinize each stone to make an analyzation of it is dimensions, clarity, cut, color, finish, symmetry, and other details.
Diamonds purchased from the Collection may be certified by the Gemological Institute of America or the International Gemological Institute. The type of certificate provided will be cited in the product specifications of your jewelry purchase; if you do not see a certificate type noted, one will not be provided.
Our Diamond Policy:
roots high-quality diamonds from a heap of of the world’s biggest suppliers. All our diamond suppliers certify that to their best noesis their diamonds are not conflict diamonds.
Diamonds, as the most unmanageable substance on earth, are immune to damage. However, diamond jewelry is set in dissimilar metals, and care will vary from piece to piece. Diamonds will have to be cleaned in a solution of one part ammonia to six parts water, using a tame scrubbing brush to remove any dirt. It is a good idea to have them cleaned once a year by a professional jeweler, at which time the security of the setting may be checked as well. Diamond jewelry will have to be stored in a soft cloth pouch to see to it that the stone will not scratch other jewelry.