Heart Loose Diamonds

Loose DiamondsA true symbol of eternal love, the heart loose diamond has found favor among poets and even princes. The heart shape loose diamond requires great skill to make, requiring perfect symmetry from the craftsman. A single diamond is grooved in the middle to form the perfect shape. The heart shape is frequently seen in rings, pendants, bracelets, and brooches.

Buying Certified Loose Diamonds

Diamond certificates also known as diamond grading reports, clearly state the different characteristics of your loose diamond and is the basics tool used determining a diamonds value. All loose diamond certificates include the diamonds color, cut, clarity, carat weight, measurements, polish/symmetry, fluorescence and any other important information it might have. Unless you are a trained diamond professional we strongly recommend you never buy a loose diamond that has not been certified by recognized diamond laboratory. Owning a certification will also be beneficial should you wish to have your diamond insured. 

Famous Heart Shaped Loose Diamonds

Robert Browning gave Elizabeth Barrett Browning a heart shaped loose diamond, and so did Prince Edward to Sophie Rhys-Jones (in fact, her ring had three diamonds: a round stone embraced by two hearts). Elizabeth Taylor was known for her 17th century heart-shaped Taj Mahal loose diamond and Joan Collins received a heart-shaped diamond ring from Percy Gibson.
A Heart loose diamond can be set alone in a diamond ring/pendant or it can be paired up to create stunning diamond earrings or side stones to complement an existing loose diamond.

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