At Gem Breakfast, you know we love the alternative, the unique, and the one-of-a-kind. So, it’s no surprise that we’re all about the deeply magical, galaxy-esque vibes of salt and pepper diamonds. This is your guide to choosing the perfect salt and pepper diamond for you!
What are Champagne Diamonds? Everybody knows we love the unconventional, the unusual, and the avant-garde, so naturally we’re on board with the ever-effervescent champagne diamond. Maybe you’ve heard of champagne diamonds, maybe not, but today we’re here to raise a glass to these under-hyped but incredibly gorgeous golden-hued champagne diamonds.
We’re sitting down with Ashkan Asgari, Owner of Misfit Diamonds, who is so not your parents’ diamond dealer. We’re learning where he sources his diamonds from, his favorite stones, the process from mine to jewelry, and how he's building his company Misfit Diamonds!
Whether you're treating yourself or shopping for an emerald cut engagement ring for someone else, look no further for all things emerald cut: What is an emerald cut diamond, why we love emerald cuts, how to choose an emerald cut diamond, emerald cut versus cushion cut, asscher cut, and radiant cut, and the most famous emerald cut diamonds
In honor of the famed Australian Argyle Mine’s recent closure, we’re sharing more about this record-breaking mine known for producing stunning and exceedingly rare pink diamonds.
Also, in serendipitous timing, a magical parcel of pink, purple, and champagne diamonds just arrived on the Gem Breakfast doorstep, sourced from the now-closed Argyle mine by Misfit Diamonds.
Rose cut diamonds were made popular in the Georgian Era (the 1700s), Rose cut diamonds have remerged as an ethereal, antique-inspired alternative to more traditional diamond cuts. How to spot rose cut diamonds? Rose Cut diamonds have a domed top and a flat base. And much like the sprawling petals of a fully bloomed rose, the peaked top is covered in distinctive triangle facets.