0.40 carat blue light and oblong rough diamond triangular macle
Type of Stone : Diamond
Shape : Triangle
Carats : 0.40
Measurements : 5.71 x 4.60 x 2.03mm
Color : Brightest white and shimmery
Description : A beautiful oblong triangular rough diamond with an effervescent sheen in parts that gives off an almost light blue slight - it reminds us of the sky, on two of the edges there are some tiny trappings of matter from formation millions of years ago that give this stone a slightly rough look while also being a very fancy stone. I think it's kind of a trade off with rough diamonds - sometimes they're so nice that they almost look cut and they're perfect internally, so when we wear them, it's hard to believe that the earth created it. When we have such a perfect piece that has ever so tiny flecks of carbon in it at the edges, it's like a stamp, reminding us that it is raw, perfect, and full of potential.
Source : DTC (the Diamond Trading Company) which has modern, well overseen mines in Namibia, South Africa, Botswana and Canada. At these mines there is no child labor, no slave labor, no mining in national parks, the communities and environment around the mines are protected, and workers are paid a fair wage.
Certifications : This stone was traded between borders completely in keeping with the Kimberley Process and is therefore conflict-free and does not finance violence by rebel groups seeking to undermine legitimate governments anywhere on earth.