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Adori Millennium, Engagement Rings in Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Diamond Rings, Diamond Jewellery From Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Eternity Rings, Earrings, Pendants

Adori Millennium, Engagement Rings in Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Diamond Rings, Diamond Jewellery From Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Eternity Rings, Earrings, Pendants

Adori Millennium, Engagement Rings in Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Diamond Rings, Diamond Jewellery From Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Eternity Rings, Earrings, Pendants

Adori Millennium, Engagement Rings in Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Diamond Rings, Diamond Jewellery From Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Eternity Rings, Earrings, Pendants

Adori Millennium, Engagement Rings in Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Diamond Rings, Diamond Jewellery From Antwerp, Engagement Rings, Eternity Rings, Earrings, Pendants

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Cubic Zirconia VS Diamond

Cubic Zirconia also known as CZ is a diamond stimulant. A diamond stimulant is something that looks like a diamond but is not a diamond. Do not confuse a stimulant with a synthetic diamond which is actually a diamond whereas a stimulant is not a diamond.

CZ is chemically known as zirconium dioxide (ZrO2). It is manufactured fairly cheaply and looks very similar to a diamond so it is used in almost all cheap jewellery.

Commercial manufacturing of CZ started in 1977. One of the techniques to manufacture CZ uses a technique known as skull crucible where the material (in our case zirconium oxide) forms its own crucible. This is done due to the very high melting point of CZ.


How to draw a Round Diamond?

Drawing a perfect round diamond is difficult, many artists struggle to draw the perfect round diamond. This is because diamonds, much like other gemstones, are often characterized by having flat, geometric surface patterns.

A perfect round diamond drawing can be intimidating to even to an expert. Drawing a diamond is an exact science and let me prove it!

When drawing a diamond, it's important to understand the science behind its creation. The angles and proportions of the diamond's facets determine how light is reflected and refracted within the stone, creating its signature sparkle and fire.

While it may seem overwhelming, with a little bit of knowledge and practice, anyone can learn to draw a perfect diamond. By following the proper techniques and understanding the science behind its creation, beginners can create stunning diamond designs with ease.