Why Do Some of My Diamonds Glow?
Are you curious about why some of your diamonds glow under black light? At Lee Read, we specialize in exceptional natural diamonds with stunning fluorescence and light return. Diamonds with fluorescence will often have a natural, slight blue hue in daylight and "glow" under UV light. Learn what diamond fluorescence is and when it's a good thing and when it's not.
It's Not Hard To Tell Lab Grown From Natural Diamonds in 2023
Lab-grown diamonds have gained popularity due to their lower price point, but can you tell the difference between them and natural diamonds? In this blog post, we discuss the importance of differentiating the two and share tips on how to do so, including using our Yehuda diamond testers. Stay informed and make a smart decision when purchasing your diamond engagement ring.
The Advantages of Natural Diamonds Over Lab-Grown Diamonds
Discover the undeniable value and unique advantages of natural diamonds over lab-grown diamonds. From emotional value to environmental impact, natural diamonds offer more than just beauty. Learn about their geological origins, investment potential, and how they are the more environmentally friendly option.
What You May Not Know About Lab-Grown vs. Natural Diamonds
Lab-grown diamonds have been growing in popularity due to their lower cost. However, many people may not be aware of the differences between lab-grown and natural diamonds. In this blog, we explore the characteristics of each type of diamond so that you can make an informed decision when purchasing an engagement ring.
How To Keep A Diamond Ring Looking Like New
Your diamond engagement ring is a symbol of your love and commitment, but over time, it can lose its sparkle due to normal wear and tear. One of the most common issues is the buildup of hand creams and soap residue. Luckily, The Ring Doctors offer complementary cleanings or what we call, spa treatments. In addition to regular cleanings at home and professional inspections at least once a year, it's important to avoid wearing your ring while cleaning, applying makeup, sleeping, working out, or gardening.