What is a diamond chain?
Diamond chains are the mainstay of the diamond industry, making up the majority of the chain used in the diamond supply chain.
A diamond chain is a chain of bars, usually a diamond weighing 10-15 carats, which are attached together.
A chain can have a diameter of 2 metres, though it can also be made from smaller stones.
Chain length is measured in metres and can be measured in inches, centimetres or metres, or any combination of the two.
A simple diamond chain can measure 1 metre in length, or 6 inches in diameter.
The chain can be sold for anywhere from $100,000 to $1.5 million, according to the Canadian Association of Diamond Collectors.
A traditional diamond chain in a ring.
(Supplied) Why is a single chain so important?
A diamond ring can be made of any combination (e.g. diamonds, sapphires or ruby), so any single chain can make up the ring.
But if a single diamond chain cannot be purchased, it is likely to be replaced with a chain.
Chain thickness is the width of the piece of diamond chain and the width is measured from the top of the bottom of the bar to the tip of the tip.
The thickness of a diamond ring is measured at the point where the tip meets the base of the ring, and the thickness is determined by a combination of weight and the weight of the stone.
In the end, a diamond can be as thin as a penny.
What’s in a diamond?
A common misconception is that diamonds contain no value.
There is no real value, only a pure mineral.
In fact, a small amount of pure diamond has been found in diamonds, such as about 20 per cent of the weight and about a third of the purity.
There are many diamonds with high purity that contain much more value, such for example, diamonds with 99 per cent purity, which contains the highest value of all diamonds.
How do you find diamonds?
There are several ways to locate diamonds.
They can be found in any of the following ways: diamonds mined from the desert sands of Africa, for example.