AAAAA Quality CZ Stones is the Best Diamond Simulant



How much like a diamond is cubic zirconia?
AAAAA Cubic zirconia is the best diamond simulant in the world. It is very hard or may be impossible to tell apart from a natural flawless diamond by site alone. Some sources say that jewellers can tell by white flashes in the diamond compared to more colourful flashes in the CZ, but other sources say that in controlled experiments experts were not able to pick out a diamond from a number of cubic zirconia. Another source claims an expert could not tell the difference between a CZ replica of a famous flawless diamond and the real thing.
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The problem is there are different qualities of CZ and the poor quality CZ's can be very poor, looking nothing like a diamond, this gives CZ a bad reputation. Other CZ stones are better quality but poorly cut or polished. It is not fair to judge Diamond CZ by one of these inferior stones. In a controlled test to see if an expert could pick out a diamond from a number of CZ's then the cz stones used would be top quality and cut the same as the diamond. The stones I sell are the best quality and the best cut, when buying a CZ as a diamond simulant you should choose these stones.
I think that identifying a CZ would normally be done by guess work, a CZ is nearly always D white and flawless. A D White flawless stone is rare and very expensive, so unlikely to be a natural diamond, especially if set in a cheap ring. So as soon as one is seen, it would be suspected to be CZ. But, if the stone had flaws and sparkles like a diamond, then it is most likely to be a diamond. We now sell colour G-I CZ, so you can no longer suspect only colour D diamonds
All our Cubic Zirconia is cut and polished to the kind of standard you would expect a diamond to be cut and polished. Diamonds are cut by hand (with a machine) and so are most of our cz's, this makes them look more natural, but also means if you buy 2 they may not match exactly. Our round cz's that are under 5mm are purely machine cut and our hearts and arrows cut stones are cut by a different machine which cuts them to perfection.
Contact us to get your Best Ideal CZ Diamond Cut Stones today! 
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Birthstones:
Did you know Birthstones?

- Did you know there are over 20 different birthstones? Each one representing a different kind of birth you can have.
- Did you know the most valuable birthstone is yours because you're the most valuable person!
- Did you know that every mom ever has an ugly birthstone necklace in a drawer?
- Did you know that before the fell to the orc hordes the Mines of Moria were known for producing topaz keepsakes?
- Did you know birthstones are terrible gifts unless yours is diamonds?
- Did you know birthstones are based on astrological signs which makes them the tools of the devil?
- Did you know JFK and Abraham Lincoln had the same birthstones?
- Did you know that if you don't know someones birthstone you can just get them a large geode paperweight instead?
- Did you know that an Amethyst should never date a Peridot?
- Did you know Aquamarine is my favorite birthstone and teen mermaid movie?


A birthstone is a gift of a precious material (jewelry, mainly gemstones; themselves traditionally associated with various qualities) that symbolizes the month of birth in the Gregorian calendar. It is sometimes also called birthday stone (cf. infra; but that word is, confusingly, sometimes used as a synonym for an anniversary gift, which is related to the recipient's age, that is, year of birth).
Definition:
Traditional birthstones

Often combined with modern birthstone lists, traditional birthstones are older society-based birthstones. Since many different cultures had their own list, jewelers' lists are often inconsistent over what constitutes a traditional birthstone. The table below contains many stones which are popular choices, often reflecting Polish tradition.[1]
The Gregorian calendar has poems matching each month with its birthstone. These are traditionally the stones in English-speaking societies. It is not known whether these verses below are of the originally Gregorian calendar or not. In fact Tiffany & Co. published these poems "of unknown author" for the first time in a pamphlet in 1870.[2]
Three of the verses are repeats,
The Following is the list of Birthstones for your reference.  




Month


Birthstone (other stone)


Cut


Jewel word


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12


Garnet

Amethyst

Aquamarine (Coral, Blood stone)

Diamond (Crystal)

Emerald (Jade)

Moonstone (Pearl, Alexandrite)

Ruby (Carnelian)

Peridot (Sardonix, Labradorite)

Sapphire

Black Opal (Tourmaline)

Blue Topaz (Citrine)

Lapis lazuli (Turquoise)


Pear Shape

Square Cabochon

Pear Shape

Brilliant Cut (0.02-0.03ct)

Baguette

Heart Cabochon

Marquis Cut

Pear Shape

Round Cabochon

Oval Cabochon

Pear Shape

Heart Cabochon


Truth, Faithfulness, Friendship, Victory

Nobility, Truth

Wise, Courage, Wisdom

Purity, Immortality, Courage for love

Happiness, Honesty

Pure love, Feeling in love, Good fortune

Passion, Courage, Freedom, Dignity

Hope, Friendship, Fortunate couple

Affection, Sincerity, Virtue

Comfort, Hope

Friendship, Hope, Innocence

Nobility, Health
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