The Tiffany Yellow was discovered in South Africa in 1877 in the Kimberley Mine. The stone was purchased by Charles Tiffany, the founder of Tiffany & Co. for $18,000
The reason celluloid was popular in the jewelry world because scientists thought that there little to no chance for the brooch made of celluloid to spontaneously combust with a selling point
The material is the third known solid phase or form of the carbon element, following graphite and diamond
The brilliantly colored rock has the size of a human thumb. Its weight of 72 carats makes it extremely “hard”, and by many, it is considered the finest opals ever unearthed.
The Hope Diamond is probably the biggest diamond in mankind history. The Diamond is also known as the King’s Jewel (Le Bijou du Roi). The Hope Diamond is a 45 carat deep blue diamond that weighs ...
Deep in the earth beneath the anticent city of Hierapolis lies a vast source of water that is heated by volcanic lava