Diamonds are considered one of the world’s most precious resources, accounting for $15 billions in rough diamonds mined each year. Once those diamonds are polished, those same diamonds then become valued at $24 billion and leading to a retail value of diamond jewelry worth $71 billion annually. Diamond minders produced 124 million carats of rough diamonds last year. The below collection of diamond slogans have been used by jewelers to market the symbol that diamonds represent in society. The infamous De Beers slogan, “Diamonds are Forever” remains the top slogan of the 20th century.
A diamond is forever.
Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.
Big girls need big diamonds.
Bringing back memories.
Designed for woman satisfaction.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend and a man’s worst enemy.
Diamonds are forever.
Fewer, better things.
Give her what she is waiting for… A symbol of forever.
I never hated a man enough to give him his diamonds back.
Its hard to be a diamond in a rhinestone world.
My how you’ve changed.
No pressure, no diamonds.
Prophecy of happiness.
She already knows you love her, not everyone else will too.
Shine bright like a diamond.
This diamond has so many carats it’s almost a turnip.
Timeless. Distinctive. Beautiful.
We speak your language.
You can find a diamond in the rough a lot of times.
The most important characteristic of a diamond is its cut. This is an integral part of determining its brilliance. Even a perfect diamond can appear dull if the cut is poor. The below infographic outlines the components of a diamond and other facts to be aware of when picking out the perfect diamond.