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Ensure the quality
Insist on a Jewellery Council Diamond Laboratory Certificate to provide you with the characteristics of your diamond. An exciting new Laser Inscription Service allows you to personalise your diamond with a message that can be lasered onto stones as small as 0.30 carats. For more info, call The jewellery Association Of South Africa on (011) 880-1713 or e-mail

Clean your diamond
A clean diamond not only reflects light better but also looks bigger. Diamonds should be cleaned every month to keep them at their brightest. Take your diamond to be cleaned professionally or do a quick touch-up yourself. At home, prepare a small bowl of warm, foamy water using a mild detergent. Brush your pieces gently with a soft toothbrush, then place them in a wire strainer and rinse under warm running water. Dry with a soft cloth. You can use a liquid jewellery cleaner, following the instructions carefully.

Care for your diamond
Don't let your diamond come into contact with chlorine bleach. It won't harm the diamond but it can pit or discolour the mounting. Don't wear your diamond when you're doing the dishes. Although a diamond is durable, a hard blow along its grain can chip it. Don't jumble your diamond pieces in a drawer or jewellery case. Diamonds can scratch each other and other jewellery. Take your jewelery to a jeweller to check for loose settings and signs of wear at least once a year.


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