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...of being a Type IIa diamond. In layman’s terms, Type IIa diamonds are absolutely free of nitrogen making them the purest of white, even whiter than a “D” color diamond that is not a Type IIa. Not only......& Medical Various Fine Art Paintings Sculpture Jewelry Stone Colored Diamonds Colored Gemstones Diamonds Emerald Opal Other Pearl Ruby Sapphire Tanzanite Type Bracelets Brooches/Pins Cufflinks Earrings......!  These Silver Duck Presses, or press à canard, are examples of a type of large kitchen tool that developed in 19 th century France used to create Canard à la Rouennaise... Read More »

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...of 50% or more than that of a D-color diamond from any other locale? It all has to do with color. More accurately, their value lies in their amazing lack of color. Golconda diamonds are graded as Type IIa......& Medical Various Fine Art Paintings Sculpture Jewelry Stone Colored Diamonds Colored Gemstones Diamonds Emerald Opal Other Pearl Ruby Sapphire Tanzanite Type Bracelets Brooches/Pins Cufflinks Earrings... Read More »