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The Magic of Nature

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Although its appearance is unique, diamond is composed of the most widespread of building elements in nature - carbon. In addition to its beauty and unquestionable rarity, finding a diamond, just like processing it, is a very demanding process.

Most of natural diamonds are formed at high temperatures at depths between 140 and 190 kilometers underground, which systematically occurred in the period from 1 to 3.3 million years ago. For this reason, a high-quality and professional processed diamond represents the culmination of natural forces and jewelers skills. These unified efforts provoke admiration without knowing any kind of boundaries nor time barriers.

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