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Testing Black Diamond Jewelry

The treated black diamonds that you might be disposed to buy today, pose little or no physical threat. There might exist a fiscal threat, in that treated diamonds have sometimes been passed off as natural diamonds. In order to stave off unpleasantries, there are some steps that might be taken. The first, of course, is a direct interrogatory of the vendor: are they natural or treated? Treated black diamonds are perfectly all right and legitimate, provided they are represented as such.

The stone in question should be examined under a fiber optic light – a maglite will do the trick. If the edges of the stone are brown, rather than black, you’re dealing with a treated stone.

More expensive and more scientific is a test with a thermal and electrical conductivity-indicating device. If it concludes that the stone being examined is not a diamond, it means that it is a treated diamond. The stone is, of course, a diamond, but some treatments used to enhance its appearance have altered its signature. In effect, it fools the machine, but it has told you that the stone is not natural.

So, it would appear that the road is open for treated black diamonds. The advances in enhancement treatments have brought the unique beauty and the inferred mystery of black diamonds full throttle into the wide world of fancy gems. Formerly unaffordable and unthinkable prices have been reined in so that the stones are within the range of the general populace. With common sense testing, the one time threat of radioactivity has been rendered null and void. You can sport the rare and desirable black diamond in complete comfort and confidence.



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