White diamond

In the world of precious stones, diamonds are undoubtedly the most desired and coveted stone.

The White Diamond has a hardness of 10 on the Mohs scale *. It is one of the hardest stones that exists.

It is a stone which symbolizes Love and therefore is often associated with engagement and marriage. A symbol of eternal love and purity, the diamond is the most frequently chosen gemstone, as a “diamond solitaire” engagement ring.

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* The Mohs Scale was invented by the German mineralogist Friedrich Mohs in 1812. It measures the strength and hardness of minerals. The scale scores minerals from 1 to 10, from the most friable to the hardest. The most friable being talc (rated 1) and the hardest being rough diamond, rated 10. It is a hardness scale that compares minerals with each other, ranking them according to the ability of one to scratch the surface of the other.