Today if you walk to the nearest jewelry store in your area, you will find a 2dollar, 5 dollars, or even 10 dollars black #diamond. It will be until six months to a year later that you will notice that it no longer serves you the way you thought. It is not shiny as it was and the color fades from black to grey. Finding a real Black diamond may not be easy but with these steps, it becomes simpler to Black diamond identify one.
First of all, by looking closely at the surface of the two stones, a real black diamond can be differentiated from a synthetic one. The surface of the synthetic one will be very neat, very clean, and without marks while a real black diamond will have some defects.
Secondly, by examining at a close range the surfaces and edges carefully. An uneven color across the surface of the stone such that it appears brownish might indicate a synthetic black diamond. A real diamond has an even color across its surface.
Thirdly, by using a carbide scraper to scratch the surfaces of both stones, a real black diamond can be identified. The real one will have a mere scratch while a synthetic one will be easily scratched to leave marks. Moreover, a real black diamond can be authenticated electronically using a DiamondNite tester.
Lastly, a real black diamond will always be sold in reputable stores and can be tested in a laboratory with the help of a black diamond expert.
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