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While I May Be Mistaken For Diamond, I Am My Own Stone

Right down to my occasionally radioactive core.

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While I May Be Mistaken For Diamond, I Am My Own Stone

I CAN’T TELL YOU how many times I’ve been mistaken as this or that girl’s best friend (even by experienced jewelers). But no, despite my terrific luster and fire, I am not the Eternal One. I am my own stone, right down to my occasionally radioactive core. To bring out the best in me, especially in a colored form, it’s usually necessary to give me a shot of heat. As a blue stone I am known as Starlite, as a yellow one Hyacinth, as a pale gray one Jargoon. And as a brilliant clear stone that sparkles and dazzles and looks like I belong in an engagement ring … I am just me.

Chris Burslem is Group Managing Editor at SmartWork Media.

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