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The Top 10 Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - part 3

 From golf clubs to tea bags and pacifiers, designers continue to find new applications for diamonds to bring an added bit of posh into the everyday experiences of their clients.

Here is the third part (read here part 1  and here is part 2) of a list showing some of the most interesting ways that designers are incorporating diamonds into their product lines, transforming ordinary objects into luxury items. 

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The Top 10 Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - Part 1

From golf clubs to tea bags and pacifiers, designers continue to find new applications for diamonds to bring an added bit of posh into the everyday experiences of their clients.

Here is the first part of a list showing some of the most interesting ways that designers are incorporating diamonds into their product lines, transforming ordinary objects into luxury items.

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Best books about diamonds (part 3)

 ​In part 3 of the list, we will explore some of the best books written about diamonds (you can find part 1 here and part 2 here). Just like Hollywood, the publishing industry loves a good diamond book, and diamonds can be used in many ways to tell a story. The following list is about great books featuring diamonds, a mix of fiction and non-fiction.

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Women’s Jewelry Association

The Women's Jewelry Association (WJA) was formed in 1983 after a founding member, jewelry sales representative Toni Lyn Judd, was unfairly treated by her employer. It was a revolutionary act at a time when the American jewelry industry was in many ways a male-dominated industry. At the time, even leading organizations refused to accept women as members. 

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Making the Grade

Most people call a diamond's shape "cut." Since January 2006, however, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) started using the term to refer to the quality of a round polished diamond's workmanship, known as Cut Grade. 

Cut Grade considers the workmanship in transforming a diamond from rough to polished. It is the only characteristic of a diamond determined by human action.

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