Jogia Diamonds' Blog

Your Options For Buying A Diamond Engagement Ring

May 2nd, 2007

When buying a diamond engagement ring, consumers are faced with three main options.
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Microscopic Videos

April 30th, 2007

We’ve been thinking about how to take microscopic videos for a while now, but we couldn’t because we didn’t know how to, or have the proper equipment.
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Using The Ideal-Scope Sales System To Sell 0.90-0.99 Carat Diamonds

April 30th, 2007

The Ideal-Scope sales system consists of the Ideal-Scope, Ideal-Light and two cubic zirconias – one ideal cut and one cut very deep.
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So You’ve Been Given A Valuation With Your Engagement Ring. What About Insurance?

April 23rd, 2007

It’s fairly common nowadays for valuations to come with engagement rings and other jewellery, but usually they have some huge, seemingly meaningless value on them.
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Better Service For Our New Zealand Customers

April 19th, 2007

In Australia at least, foreign transactions done on most credit cards, attract an average of 1.5%, plus an extra 1% on top of that.
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How We Take Ideal-Scope Images

April 17th, 2007

The Ideal-Scope is a handy little tool that can be used and bought by diamond dealers and consumers alike.
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How A Higher Australian Dollar Means Lower Diamond Prices

April 12th, 2007

With the Australian Dollar buying well above 80 US cents, now has never been a better time to buy a diamond.
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Laser Inscription: Food for Thought

April 4th, 2007

With a lot of commotion surrounding laser inscription in the past few months, it is important to step back and have a think about the effect and effectiveness of laser inscription.
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90s Diamond Documentary: Artificial Scarcity and De Beers’ Monopoly

April 2nd, 2007

In the 1990s, when the De Beers’ monopoly was still going strong, critics of De Beers, especially Edward Jay Epstein, claimed that De Beers was artificially inflating diamonds and creating a myth that diamonds are rare through controlling the supply chain and clever advertising.

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10 Things The Diamond Industry Agree and Disagree On

March 30th, 2007

Within any industry or scientific field, there will be certain things that are universally accepted as fact and things that are by enlarge controversial and largely disagreed upon
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