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DESERT DIAMONDS what women want ® is the registered logo that we use to market our Jewelry.
DESERT DIAMONDS ® Jewelry feature diamond simulants that are laboratory produced using a chemical composition. The stones are individually cut with the same precision used to cut a high quality diamond. The simulants are then hand polished with diamond powder in the final stage. This highly skilled process produces a diamond simulant that look and behave just like carbon diamonds in terms of their brilliance, fire and longevity. In common with diamonds, the simulants used in DESERT DIAMONDS ® jewelry do not discolor, become brittle or crack with age; indeed, they will last a lifetime. To the naked eye it is impossible to tell the difference.
The simulants used in DESERT DIAMONDS ® jewelry are guaranteed for a lifetime to retain their radiance, and will be replaced for discoloration or loss of brilliance under normal wear.
Desert Diamonds/ Saudi Diamonds, is a fictitious name given to the natural quartz that can be found predominantly in the Qahsumah region of Saudi Arabia. Natural quartz is a semi-precious stone and is milky in appearance, quite cloudy and also dull. They are a soft layered stone therefore their durability is not long term as they can crack easily. Many independent dealers choose the name desert diamonds as this is where the quartz was originally formed and found (in the desert).
Quartz, like other semi-precious stones from the Topaz family are fairly inexpensive.
DESERT DIAMONDS – WHAT WOMEN WANT
In all our literature we claim that our stone is the highest grade diamond simulants available on the market today, which are sourced specially for our product. The simulants used in Desert Diamonds are laboratory produced using a chemical composition. The stones are selected to meet our requirements for brilliance,
fire, hardness and longevity.
A Lab created materials that mimic natural gems, which resembles but does not contain identical properties, are termed imi