|A .41 carat trillion cut diamond, G color & VS2 clarity that I have collected over the past couple|
of years for a special project that I am working on.
Well, I've been on the hunt for some very specific diamonds for a special project for about two years now. I have been searching for brilliant cut diamonds ranging from .30 carats to .41 carats that are all G or H in color and VS (or better) in clarity. Plus, I've been looking for one in every shape! It's been a long process, but now I'm hunting for the last two stones! The final holdouts have been a radiant and a cushion cut.
Now, here comes the real kicker...I only want diamonds that are the product of a bad, or ended, relationship. WHAT?!?! Yes, you heard me. I want those diamonds that most new brides-to-be want to stay away from. Brides-to-be can be a superstitious bunch and they don't want diamonds with any "bad mojo" or left over from their soon-to-be new hubby's previous relationships. Well, I want to give those diamonds some new mojo!
|Asscher cut "Divorce Diamond" for my project. Nine down only two more to go!|
So through the course of this hunt for what I have been calling "Divorce Diamonds," I have gotten to talk to, and know, some amazing women. I've listened to their stories and although I've gotten my fair share of looks from some women when I tell them about my little "Divorce Diamonds" project, many have shared their stories about how they 're-fabbed' their diamonds from a marriage gone wrong. And some of them have been pretty darn creative!
In case you're curious about my "Divorce Diamonds" project, stay tuned to see the finished project in a future post once I'm finally able to track down those two lone hold-outs! And, if you happen to be in possession of a .30 to .41 carat radiant or cushion cut diamond of G or H color and VS (or better) clarity that is in need of a new home, then email me at email@example.com!