Here at Gem Hunt HQ we have been lucky to interview a lot of amazing people. In the spirit of picking up what they have been throwing down we rounded up some of our favorite moments.
"Diamonds to me represent luxury, tradition and love. They are nature’s most sparkling creation." Jacqui of Studio 1040
"Conventional diamond knowledge says that diamonds of D,E, and F colors are the most attractive and you really shouldn’t buy below a VS2 clarity. I believed this until I purchased my engagement ring which is a BROWN SI2 diamond and it is gorgeous! I get compliments on it all of the time because it is unique yet very eye-catching with its chunky light reflections. Go for what you like and not what you should like. " Andria of Victor Barbone
“There are many larger sizes diamonds, but not many are perfectly cut with good clarity. Don't compromise on quality, even if it costs a bit more it's worth it.” Ori Vechlor of A.A. Rachminov
“I firmly believe that every piece of jewelry has life breathed into it by the woman wearing it. The diamonds enhance our beauty, and in return, we make them sparkle!” Tracey of @the_diamonds_girl
“Do not underestimate your abilities or be afraid, if you do nothing, you can not learn from your mistakes and improve on what you already know.” Sammie Jo Coxon
“In my paintings diamonds are not specimens, they have story and soul, that’s what makes a diamond, a diamond for me.” Reena Ahluwalia
“I always keep a little pouch in my bag so I have a safe place to put my ring should I need to take it off during the day.” Stephanie Gottlieb
“Pick a forever piece of jewelry. Don't be wooed by marketing or trends, follow your gut and work with a trusted jeweler who will work with you and provide service for the lifetime of your piece. Fine jewelry is fine by nature and needs check ups for prongs tightening, polishing, and an occasional fix when needed.” Jacob from S.Kind & Co.
“After all jewelry is meant to be worn and loved not being locked in the safe.” Bebe of @ChampagneGem