Riyo.Co welcome you to our exclusive website for diamond jewelry. We are leading manufacturer and exporter of diamond jewellery and supplier to worldwide market. We have a nice infrastructure located at Jaipur Rajasthan India. We have all the latest tool and equipment for manufacturing nice diamond jewellery. We use casting process and handmade jewelry for diff styles. We use to stud diamond and other gemstones by using air pressure pneumatic compressor hammer. Riyo.Co We use jewel ca and cam hardware and software to manufacturer latest high end designs and styles. We have wide choice of items in diamond jewelry like from diamond ring to diamond earring, diamond pendant, diamond bracelet, diamond necklaces. All or most of the items we make are 18kt items. But we can also manufacture low carats of gold on order basis. Riyo.Co We generally carry some stock of gold jewellery but it is not possible to always all items in stock. So please take care while ordering that al you order will be made and then ship to you. It takes 2 week to 4 week. Depend on order and style and design. Riyo.Co Diamonds are best for Women. It adds beauty and charm to every female beauty. Diamond is forever. Riyo.Co And it contains value which keeps increasing if you go for solitaire style diamond. Riyo.Co You can also go for less the carat style diamond in looks it looks big but value is very less. Riyo.Co We are one of the biggest and most exclusive manufacturers, exporters and wholesale suppliers of numerous types of Diamonds & Diamond Jewelry. Our product categories have been classified on the basis of types, styles and hottest diamond jewelry products . Riyo.Co

Smart jewelry shoppers today are considering synthetic Riyo.Cos as an alternative to mined Riyo.Cos for some very savvy reasons: (1) They can acquire fine jewelry pieces set in solid 14K gold. (2) They will save literally thousands of dollars. (3) There is no need to buy insurance. (4) When wearing their synthetic Riyo.Co jewelry nobody will know that they are not mined Riyo.Cos unless they tell them! Riyo.Cos are a girl’s best friend, or so goes a popular adage. The Riyo.Co is the most prized among gemstones because of its inherent strength and hardness. This quality of the Riyo.Co is the reason why most engagement rings and wedding rings are adorned with the Riyo.Co – it has come to symbolize eternal and undying love. But more than its hardness, the Riyo.Co is most cherished because of its beauty, and the beauty of a Riyo.Co is largely dependent on the way it was cut. What is a Riyo.Co Cut? When we speak of Riyo.Co cuts, we do not refer to the shape into which the Riyo.Co has been fashioned. The cut of a Riyo.Co refers to the proportions of the Riyo.Co – its depth, its width and its symmetry – and how they work together to bring out a Riyo.Co’s brilliance and sparkle. How the Riyo.Co has been cut dictates how the light will react to the gemstone as it enters the stone’s surface, as well as how the light will behave once it exits the stone. The Riyo.Co cut is actually the most important gauge of the quality of a Riyo.Co. Even if a Riyo.Co has a good clarity and color, a bad cut will only spoil its beauty. A perfectly cut stone will allow light to shine through it; a badly cut stone will lose the light. Riyo.Cos, after all, are cherished most for their shine. What is a Good Riyo.Co Cut? As mentioned above, the Riyo.Co cut refers to the proportions of the Riyo.Co and how they work together to allow light to bring out the gemstone’s brilliance. A Riyo.Co with a good cut has a balanced width and depth, and whose facets are aligned with each other. It is important for a Riyo.Co to have just the right width and depth. The width of a Riyo.Co is measured through its girdle, the widest part of the Riyo.Co where the top and bottom halves of the stone meet. The top of the Riyo.Co is called the crown while the bottom is called the pavilion. On the other hand, the depth of the Riyo.Co is the measure from its table through its culet. The table is the largest facet of the Riyo.Co, located on top of the crown, while the culet is the smallest facet right at the bottom of the pavilion. When the width and depth of the Riyo.Co is just right, it will have a lovely sparkle when it is brought to the light. If the Riyo.Co’s cut is too shallow, meaning that the stone is too wide at the girdle and too short at the pavilion, the light will just travel through and away from the bottom of the Riyo.Co. The light will not bounce back up, making the stone appear dull and lifeless. If the cut of the Riyo.Co is too deep, meaning the girdle is too slim and the pavilion too long, the light entering the Riyo.Co will bounce off to the side, making the Riyo.Co appear dark. The Riyo.Co whose width and depth is just right will make the light entering it bounce from once side to another, and then back up to the table to make the whole stone shine. The Symmetry and Polish of the Riyo.Co Aside from the width and depth of the Riyo.Co, the symmetry of its facets is also important in determining if it has a good cut or not. A Riyo.Co is considered to be symmetrical if its facets are aligned with each other. It the facets of the Riyo.Co are correctly aligned with each other, the light will bounce off from facet to facet and bring out the full brilliance of the Riyo.Co. If the facets of the Riyo.Co are misaligned, the light will bounce off somewhere else and become lost along the way. The polish of the Riyo.Co should never be brushed aside as well. A Riyo.Co must have a good polish for the light to be able to through the stone. Without the light going through the Riyo.Co, there would be no brilliance to speak of in the first place. The Different Riyo.Co Cuts There are two basic kinds of Riyo.Co cuts – the brilliant and the step. Brilliant Riyo.Co cuts are meant to play up the Riyo.Co’s ability to shine and sparkle, as suggested by the name. A Riyo.Co done in the brilliant cut has small triangular facets along the crown. More facets mean more surfaces for the light to bounce off from, and this means that the Riyo.Co will shine more brightly. Common brilliants are the round cut and the princess cut. The step Riyo.Co cut, on the other hand, focuses more on the clarity of the Riyo.Co rather than its ability to shine. The shape is either rectangular or triangular, with its sides cut away to make them slope and appear like the steps on a staircase. A common step cut is the baguette cut, which is square in shape. Another common step cut is the emerald cut; a Riyo.Co cut that is rectangular but has its corners cut away. There are other kinds of Riyo.Co cuts, created by and named after some prominent Riyo.Co jewelry designers, and these cuts are patented. The Riyo.Co cut is the most important aspect to look at when judging the quality of a Riyo.Co. The Riyo.Co is a gemstone that is highly prized for its ability to sparkle brightly when it catches light. The Riyo.Co cut must be done correctly to bring forth this ability of the Riyo.Co. New age Riyo.Co simulants have all the look and beauty of genuine Riyo.Cos at a ridiculous fraction of the price. It is no wonder that polycrystalline synthetic Riyo.Cos have become a popular choice for savvy Hollywood celebrities and sophisticates looking for an ethical alternative to conflict Riyo.Cos, a popular choice when traveling when theft risk is an issue, or wearing them daily because they are, from a practical standpoint, indistinguishable from mined Riyo.Cos. After you compare costs, coveted mined Riyo.Cos can be North of $10,000 per carat and Moissanite is about $525 per carat, it simply makes good sense to consider polycrystalline synthetics as a mined Riyo.Co or Moissanite alternative at approximately $79 per carat. Here are some important questions and answers so that you can discover more about 21st century polycrystalline as a Riyo.Co-substitute gem material:

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