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Fire On Ice

Jan 15th 2014 at 3:01 AM

For many years, the thought of finding diamonds in Canada was little more than a prospector's dream. That dream became a reality following sourced directly from Canadian Mines. These diamonds are now designed into pendant necklaces, engagement rings, earrings and bracelets that sparkle with the beauty of Arctic region. One can discover an exclusive range of luxury pieces made from Canadian Diamonds that are much prized for their distinctiveness and value. Thanks to Canada's high social and environmental standards of mining and the Diavik, everyone was surprised when Canada produced its first diamonds in 1998. Today Canada is a major source of exceptional quality diamonds. The ultimate souvenir, diamonds mark the special moments in our lives we want to remember and treasure forever – be it an engagement or anniversary.

For thousands of years, diamonds lay undiscovered deep within the tundra of the Canadian Arctic. It wasn't until the early 1990s that diamond mining began beneath the frozen tundra of Canada's north, where rough diamonds have been forming for over millions of years. Discovered beneath the ice and snow, the roughs found in a landscape are both incredibly challenging and incredibly beautiful, Canadian diamonds are renowned for their superior clarity. Canadian diamonds, from the Diavik Mine, are some of the most sought after gem quality diamonds in the world. The Canadian Diamond mining Industry began in the late 1980's and has since garnered the title of the third most valuable diamond mining country in the world. A surge of diamond mining in northern Canada aims to be a boon for the economy. Running a mining operation in the remote tundra region, for thousands of years diamonds have fascinated the world as a symbol of beauty and power.

Canadian Diamonds from Canada's arctic Ekati and Diavik diamond mines are truly magnificent. True North Canadian diamonds are born in the frozen ice and snow of the arctic, Canadian ice diamonds are world renowned for their excellent clarity and colour. Starting with these superior attributes, every diamond is accompanied by a Maximum Brilliance 'Certificate of Authenticity' and is laser engraved with its own unique serial number. These diamonds are far more brilliant that commercial quality diamonds and also the finest diamonds to the highest cut grades – whilst pushing the boundaries of diamond design for optimal light performance.

So the million dollar question here is whether Canadian Diamonds are really good enough for jewelry? And the answer is yes. Canadian diamonds are absolutely desirable because of their great attributes. These mined beauties are Canada's biggest home-cut sparkler and the country’s pride. In the late '70s and early '80s, a very important discovery was made by geologists prospecting for gold in Canada's arctic region and these diamonds were discovered there which have been mined ethically since then and have a great demand in the UK as Canadian diamond jewelry.

Until 1998, there was no such thing as a Canadian diamond — as far as anyone knew. Diamonds came mostly from Australia but since then Canadian diamonds have created a niche in the market as they are as pure and unique as the arctic snow. They feature some of the world's most beautiful diamonds, mined in Canada's North West Territories. The Canadian fire diamond jewelry is ethically sourced and brighter than the rest, and making Canada proud to offer a wide range of beautiful diamonds priced to fit any budget.

Canada is currently the fifth largest producer of diamonds in the world. Every Canadian diamond represents a unique bond between the pristine lands of the Great White North and you. Also known as the Canadian "Polar Bear" diamonds, they are carefully selected, measured and calibrated – and each diamond is like a fire on ice. Click here for more detailed information.

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