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Krigel Mesh Diamonds is owned and operated by diamond and gold experts who are happy to share their knowledge and experience.
The cut of a diamond is the most important factor in determining its beauty and value.
Your wedding band doesn't have to match your engagement ring exactly to look great together.
The country of Botswana is reaching out to expand its influence in the natural diamond market.
The decision of whether to buy a lab grown diamond or a mined diamond is a personal one
Buying a diamond for the first time can be a daunting task. We'll help you sort that all out.
Natural diamonds are rare, unique, and have higher resale value than lab-grown diamonds.
This brief guide will help you choose white gold (or platinum), rose gold, or yellow gold.
If you are weighing the merits of lab grown vs. natural diamonds, you should read this.
Our diamonds are all certified by the GIA, the most trusted source for grading diamonds.
Don't worry about matching your engagement ring to your wedding band...use your imagination.
Fluorescence in a natural diamond is common. It can be good...or bad.
Our client combined platinum with rose gold to give it a modern touch.
Marquise diamonds are beautiful, but not in great demand. Great if your buying, not great if you're selling.
This beautiful platinum eternity ring was more difficult to make than it looks.
Our Client came to us with a picture from an auction house that had recently sold this ring.
Usually, with white gold, we see prongs wear out and needing maintenance typically within 10 years.
Looking for yellow sapphires, they fell in love with natural fancy yellow diamonds.