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‘Ocean Diamonds’ Provide Consumers The Opportunity To Leave The Environment Gleaming

Third diamonds, which divers collect from the ocean floor, are ready to make a full-fledged touchdown in Japan.

These diamonds are scraped off diamond mines by rain or wind erosion before being washed into the ocean. They are projected to gain popularity as "ocean diamonds" because to their low environmental effect in comparison to mined or manufactured diamonds. Queue Inc.'s Brilliance+, a jewellery brand with stores in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, among other places, began selling engagement and wedding bands with third diamonds on Tuesday. Engagement rings begin about $430,000.

Divers contracted with a British business to pump gravel from waters near South Africa at depths of 10 to 15 metres in order to recover third diamonds. Workers then sift through the pebbles for raw diamonds by hand. The diamonds are of the same quality, color, and clarity as regular mined diamonds. However, because it takes time to find the diamonds, they sell for two to three times the price of mined diamonds.

The process of extracting diamonds from mines has a significant environmental impact due to the use of heavy machinery. Some have also accused the industry of employing children. Meanwhile, relatively inexpensive synthetic diamonds require a lot of electricity to make. Working conditions are believed to have received special attention during the third diamond harvest, with local, professional divers engaged and ships only operating on days when the water is calm. Shopping in ways that promote environmental conservation, human rights, or other social causes is known as "ethical consumerism," and it is becoming more popular in Europe and the United States.


Billionaire Laurence Graff paid a record-breaking $46.1 million for a magnificent vivid pink diamond weighing 24.78 carats. Originally owned by his competitor Harry Winston, it now carries graff’s name and is a part of the legendary collection of rare diamonds.

We usually advise brilliant round diamonds with a cut grade of very good, ideal, or super ideal for engagement rings (also known as hearts and arrows). A high cut grade maximises a diamond’s beauty for a given carat weight.


It’s crucial to have a concept of what you might prefer before starting your search because it will enable you to focus on fewer of the many engagement ring possibilities that are now available. Also, when you initially start browsing, it helps to have a few distinct design concepts and the overall budget because the variety can be overwhelming.

Here are Engagement Ring Trends 2023:

1. Modern Art-Deco
2. Colored Stones
3. Lab-Grown Diamonds
4. East-West Settings
5. Multiple Large Stones

The traditional round diamond form, which is the most common, may come to mind when you think of diamonds. But if you want something different, a tonne of alternative forms may be found to suit your unique taste and style. Each diamond shape has its own fire and brilliance because they are cut to different standards, altering how they reflect light.

The most popular kinds of diamonds are listed below:

1. Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
2. Princess-Cut Diamonds
3. Marquise-Cut Diamonds
4. Cushion-Cut Diamonds
5. Emerald-Cut Diamonds
6. Radiant-Cut Diamonds
7. Pear-Shaped Diamonds
8. Oval Diamonds
9. Asscher-Cut Diamonds