Natural “Red Heart” Inclusion
We are so fortunate to be able to work with gemstones witnessing their wonderful colors and internal characteristics. Diamonds, like colored gemstones, have unique inclusions or flaws. I think of the inclusions as Mother Nature’s artwork or fingerprint. I have seen angels and animals of all sorts, some needing more imagination than others. Imagine looking into this 2.00ct round brilliant cut diamond having a (I) color, (I1) clarity and a wonderful cut … behold a perfect red heart! This red heart is most likely a garnet, and was captured inside of the diamond over two billion years ago. It takes five million diamonds (on average) to produce a one 2ct diamond. This diamond is the perfect combination- the universal language of love, with a one-of-a-kind red heart inside.
We have named the diamond the “Forsythe Diamond” and will tantalize our customers with this amazing one of a kind 2ct diamond. How lucky are we to be able to work with beautiful gemstones and unlock their hidden secrets every day. Check out the article in “Gems and Gemology” winter 2015 issue or at http://www.gia.edu/gems-gemology/winter-2015-microworld-red-heart-inclusion-diamond. Feel free to stop by to look at other one of a kind natural phenomenon!