What is so special about a diamond?
A diamond is born from the earth after a million years of incredible heat and pressure. It is made of a single component-carbon. This component is similar to the graphite in your pencil. The only difference is that the carbon in a diamond has become crystallized, making it the hardest natural substance known in the universe. After a hundred years of science, a master cutter can fashion a rough diamond into a spectacular prism of light.
A diamond is rare, beautiful, and nearly indestructible.
Other gemstones may display a certain color. A fine white diamond, on the other hand, can bend white light into every color in the rainbow.
It is the king of gems.
Wishing you a brilliant day!
Diamond Mike Watson
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