We all know that diamonds through history have always been incredibly desirable.
Even all the way back to the 1st century AD, the Roman naturalist Pliny said; “Diamonds are the most valuable, not only of precious stones but of all things in our world.” Diamond go through a very long extensive process before they are set into jewelry and put on a jeweler’s shelf to be sold. Diamonds are formed very deep in the earth’s crust under very extreme pressure and extremely high heat. It gets shot upwards in different directions until it slowly makes its way toward the surface of the earth. It is then taken out of the earth and cut, then polished and set into diamonds. Beverly Diamonds Rings are sold online in many different styles. The very first diamonds found in the world were located in India, they came to the surface in various rivers and streams.
Many different philosophers claim that India has been trading diamonds since the 4th century BC. The country’s resources yielded very limited quantities, which is okay since the demand for diamonds in India was low. India has a very small wealthy class. You can purchase Beverly Diamonds Rings online and they can be shipped to India and many other countries. Over time the Indian Diamond market has changed. Many larger Indian diamonds and different exotic merchandise found their way to different countries in Western Europe. The merchandise traveled to Venice’s medieval markets in the various caravans that traveled north. By the 1400s, diamonds were becoming fashionable accessories for Europe’s elite.
As early as the 1700s, when India’s diamond supplies began to go down, Brazil began to emerge as a very important source for stones. Beverly Diamonds Rings only have conflict free diamonds placed in them. In Brazil, the diamonds were discovered in the large pans of gold miners in certain areas as they were sifting through the gravels in many of the local rivers. Brazil then dominated the diamond market for over one hundred and fifty years once proper diamond mines were set up near those rivers in Brazil.