Friday, 29 December 2017
“To Amanda, Thanks for the good hospitality and service provided. It was very informative and everything is very smooth. All the best to eClarity and hope to see you soon again!’ – Tian Sheng
on your engagement. May your life and times together always be blessed with love and care.
“Thanks Amanda for your smart explanation & professional service!” – Brandon
on your engagement. You make a wonderful couple. Wishing that this be just the start of a long and wonderful journey.
“Thanks for the great service & recommendation! Will confirm recommend friends.” – Leng Teng
Leng Teng on your engagement. May you always fill each other’s life with love.
Zhi Yang on your engagement. Through the storms of life, may your love for one another be steadfast and strong. Wishing you joy and happiness. Congratulations & best wishes!
Wednesday, 27 December 2017
Like the flowers in a garden, sapphire comes in many colors. Blue, followed by pink, are the most popular colours.
Fine pink sapphires regularly command top prices, purple sapphires are often heat-treated to achieve a more valuable pink or red hue. Recent years have seen an increase in the supply of yellow and orange sapphires from East Africa. Green sapphire is readily available. Colorless sapphire is sometimes marketed as a natural substitute for diamond.
Photo: Jeffrey Scovil. Courtesy: GIA. Resource: Amanda. #eClarity
Friday, 22 December 2017
“Dear Amanda & team, we really appreciate the time & effort taken to help us in choosing our engagement & wedding bands. All the best! Thank you!” – Christopher & Teresa
Thank you Christopher & Teresa for celebrating love with #eClarity. Congratulations to you both on your very special day! May your wedding be filled with special memories you can treasure forever!
Thursday, 21 December 2017
Tuesday, 19 December 2017
“Dear eClarity and Amanda, thank you for your patience & attention during our purchase of our wedding ring. We love our wedding ring & will definitely come back to purchase another solitaire.” – Walter & Jae 😉
Thank you Walter & Jae for celebrating love with #eClarity. May your life filled with plenty of love, happiness prosperity and togetherness!
Monday, 18 December 2017
eClarity’s customized tanzanite jewellery for a gorgeous lady and her loved one.
Thursday, 14 December 2017
“Kashmir” describes sapphires that have a violetish blue to pure blue hue, with moderately strong to vivid saturation and medium-dark tone. Minute inclusions can give the gem a velvety luster and desirable softness, and also intensify its color. The color is often referred to as “cornflower blue”. “Kashmir” is widely regarded as the finest-quality blue sapphire.
“Burmese” describes sapphire that have a slightly violetish blue to blue hue, with moderately strong to vivid saturation and medium to dark tone. Their blue can be more intense and saturated than “Kashmir” sapphires, but it lacks the velvety luster. They might appear somewhat inky under incandescent light. The color is often described as royal blue. These are considered very-fine-quality sapphires.
“Ceylon” and “Sri Lankan” refer to sapphires that generally have a violetish blue to blue hue, with slightly grayish to strong saturation and light to medium-light tone. The light tone means they can return more light to the viewer’s eyes. As a result, these sapphires tend to have greater brilliance than darker-toned sapphires.
“Kanchanaburi” describes sapphires that are generally blue to slightly greenish blue, with light to dark tone. Less saturated stones typically have a grayish appearance. Most of them have minute inclusions that cause a milky appearance. They’re similar in color to Sri Lankan sapphires, but not as brilliant.
“Thai” describes sapphires that are violetish blue to slightly greenish blue, with medium-dark to dark tone. Dark tone often reduce brilliance and conceals saturation and hue. The stones are often described as inky blue or blue-black.
“Australian” refers to sapphires that are violetish blue to very strongly greenish blue, with medium-dark to very dark tone. They often show strong greenish blue pleochroism. The dark tones result in a serious reduction in brilliance, so they’re often described as inky blue.
Photo, Courtesy: GIA. Resource: Amanda. #eClarity
#Diamondearrings scintillating with 2 round brilliant diamonds 0.63 carat in 18k white gold. (E00232) #earringscollection
Tuesday, 12 December 2017
“Hello Amanda & Team, Thanks for the wonderful & memorable experience with this once in a lifetime choice (: will definitely recommend #eClarity to ALL my friends & relatives. Wishing you all the best & greater heights in your business! Best Regards” – Caleb & Jeslyn
Thank you Caleb & Jeslyn for celebrating love with #eClarity, congratulations! May your wedding be filled with special memories you can treasure forever!
Wednesday, 6 December 2017
#Diamond pendant scintillating with 72 round brilliant diamonds 1.30 carat in 18k gold. (CMN 14659)#eClarity
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Tuesday, 5 December 2017
“Thank you for patiently explaining and in crafting the ring.” – Gary & Doreen
“Dear Amanda & Team, It has always been an enjoyable & comfortable shopping experience with you guys. Glad eClarity has been a part of my proposal, wedding band & accessories journey! Appreciate all. Loves,” – Ian & Jing Hui
“Dear Amanda & eClarity staffs, Thank you for creating the rings for us. Appreciated for the help & idea to introducing the propose ring. I love it very much.” – Queenie & Dave
Monday, 4 December 2017
Friday, 1 December 2017
"Dear Amanda and Team, Thank you for helping us to choose our wedding bands. Your team and yourself have been so helpful and patient to our needs and request. Thank you once again." – Brian & Collette
Thank you Brian & Collette for celebrating love with #eClarity. May you have the wedding of your dreams and the happiest of marriages!