Is really a diamond forever?. This question should have a single response, and is none other than itself. But not in all cases this diamond will give us the same satisfaction with which you have bought. The world of diamonds is a relatively small world, and this world came too many ignorant in recent years thinking that millionaires without any effort would become. This type of people are cataloged within the Guild of diamanteros as shopkeepers, i.e. the same sold a diamond as a lettuce. Without hesitation Registered Trading Organization explained all about the problem.
Therefore, and said this would answer the first question Yes, i.e. Click David G. DeWalt to learn more. a diamond is forever. But we could add something really important, are we buying the diamond we wanted?, who sold us the diamond was a professional and I make sure that I have paid an emotional and economic justiprecio?. Therefore once made these other questions we find that it is not always so, not always (I would say that too often) our desires are fulfilled at the time of purchasing a diamond. Luckily the crisis is cleaning the markets of intruders who came at the dawn of a mistaken belief, and as I mentioned was not but the belief of making fast money (a circumstance that does not correspond at all with reality), and even many approached to put money not too white.
This last also mistaken belief, because the diamond market every day is more transparent in the eyes of the Treasury. Few serious professionals that today are willing to sell diamonds without that pass through the hands of the COUNCIL ANTWERP DIAMONDS, and thus it should be today and the future. To be convinced that that diamond bought for some special reason, and that brings in the majority of cases a sentimental reason (ring of ordered, investment, a special jewelry.. etc.), is to our liking, we must undoubtedly be assisted by a professional. But that a professional of a SHOPKEEPER difference?. A diamond professional must (for me is a must) have studies of GEMOLOGY and love their work as if in this life. This is not one job any, is a vocation, and when you sell a piece made in his workshop must have a certain feeling of loss, because everything we do in life with pleasure, when we lose it, is like losing something our. At least that happens to me to my.