Gemstone: Old European Cut Diamond
The next iteration of diamond cutting after Old Mine Cuts, Old European Cut Diamonds were introduced in the late 19th to early 20th century. Old European Cut Diamonds are rounder in shape, due to the advancement in stone-cutting technology, and appear to possess more multi-colored flashes within their facets.
MOHs Hardness: 10
Origins: Repurposed from antique jewelry.
Care: While diamonds are the earth’s hardest gemstone, they can still break. Avoid dropping diamonds onto hard surfaces. To clean your diamond piece, soak in warm, soapy water and remove any dirt with a toothbrush or the like. It is safe to clean with an ultrasonic and steam cleaner.
Healing Properties: Diamonds are believed to promote radiance, self-sovereignty, and fearlessness.
Anniversary: 60th and 75th