Category Archives: Diamonds

Diamond Archives

Learn about diamonds with the Serendipity blog. From our many years working with diamonds, we explore and uncover the World of gemstones. From origin, to types of diamond and applications within the jewellery industry. Let us take you on a journey of discovery to learn about the 4 C’s of diamond value, diamond certification and the beauty of diamond jewellery in a collection of related blog posts.

Serendipity was founded in 2007 as an online resource and jewellery retailer. Over a decade of progress, Serendipity now stands as an authority on in their field. Their team create responsibly sourced jewellery and are amongst the first Fairtrade Gold jewellers working with fully traceable gemstones within the UK. Their working knowledge of gems is backed by GIA training and over 50 years of collective knowledge. Their expertise in diamond jewellery is second to none with a solid understanding of customer service in all things diamonds related.

Pink Diamonds : A Beginners Guide to Buying a Pink Diamond

Rough pink diamonds

What are pink diamonds? Natural pink diamonds are sought after by diamond collectors, jewellery lovers and gemstone connoisseurs. Prized for their beauty and rarity, pink diamonds evoke a true feeling of passion and romance. But rarity comes with a price. Only a small number of people purchase pink diamonds owing to reasons of both cost Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

Hexagonal Diamonds – Unique Fancy Shapes for Diamond Rings

Hexagonal diamonds with step faceting next to diamond tweezers

Do hexagonal diamonds exist? Hexagonal diamonds nestle amongst the more unusual diamond shapes available. With limited supply, far fewer hexagonal diamonds exist compared to more popular fancy diamond shapes. The most popular diamond cuts include the modern round-brilliant cut, closely followed by the Princess cut. Despite many alternatives, buyers often seek a truly unique diamond Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

Gem Diamonds Announces Recovery of 910 Carat D colour Diamond

Gem Diamonds 910 Carat Diamond from Letseng mine

Photograph credit Gem Diamonds Ltd Gem Diamonds share price jumps following the recovery of an exceptional 910 carat D colour Type IIa diamond from the Letseng Mine. This week, Gem diamonds announced the recovery of an exceptional 910-carat diamond from the Letseng mine in Lesotho. This mine stands apart as the highest dollar per carat Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.