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One in a million!

Published on 12/17/2018
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Have you ever wonder why diamonds are so expensive to buy?

They certainly attractive to the eye when they are on display,

this is only after they have been cut

Which requires a skilled cutter who avoids including any little

imperfections to produce a clean and dazzling finished diamond


You could be forgiven for not even stop to consider how of a

transformation every diamond has undergone before it is ready

for display and ready to sell to the general public!


As for every one million diamonds that are mined, only one will

be found that is a quality one caret diamond.


More than two hundred tons of ore must be mined to find one

small diamond, and even then, more than 80% of the diamonds

that are mined are only good for industrial use, such as

diamond drill bits.


Leaving a small 20% worthy of the time and skill of cutting into

the diamond shape we recognize and admire as beautiful, no

longer a diamond in the rough


So, the next time you visit your local jewellery store, ask to see

the one carat diamonds.

You should look at this diamond with new appreciation –

knowing that it truly is one in a million!


Some people are just like the one carat diamond, John Kespert

is one of those rare one in a million

Despite his disabilities (Imperfections)he carries on and lives

life to the fullest,if you have not read about him

He has added press releases about himself and his darling wife,

who also shares his passion for living life to the full

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