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Klosblue
06-04-2009, 04:31 PM
Just learned something new from the self named Queen of Sparkle!

Did you know that you don't want clarity in your Rubies but you want "thickness and gloopiness"!!!! Of course this is the same woman who says the more inclusions an Emerald has the better!! :Shock:

Did I read somewhere that she's Head of Presenters and responsible for training?!! :Laughing1:

Beady Belle
06-04-2009, 06:46 PM
Just learned something new from the self named Queen of Sparkle!

Did you know that you don't want clarity in your Rubies but you want "thickness and gloopiness"!!!! Of course this is the same woman who says the more inclusions an Emerald has the better!! :Shock:

Did I read somewhere that she's Head of Presenters and responsible for training?!! :Laughing1:


I've always wanted to pay top dollar for inferior stones, thank goodness for TJC!!!:22:

:doggie:

mariek
06-04-2009, 07:18 PM
IM sure there's a cream for it !!:54: [glooppiness!]

Meeshoo
06-04-2009, 07:57 PM
And ladies and gentlemen, cracks in your diamonds are essential. They really add a bit of uniqueness - make sure you look for one that has this or at the very least is cloudy with visible black carbon spots. That's a sign that nature has had a hand in creating such a beautiful piece.

Now Paraiba Tourmaline should be pale - the paler the better. In fact, if you see one that looks like a diamond, you should get it because it'll be rare.

Let's not forget blue sapphires. Well, blue really isn't a term that should be used in conjunction with sapphires because of course the darker they are, the better the diamonds will look. If your sapphires are almost black you'll certainly be getting a deal. Some of the top sapphires look like ink .................. not.

There you are Queen of Sparkle .......... thought I'd help you to spout a bit more crap!

Tabs
06-04-2009, 08:32 PM
Queen of waffle more like!

Sammi
06-04-2009, 08:57 PM
I would submit that the only true thickness and gloopiness on TJC is the Queen of Sparkle herself!!

PearlyQueen
06-04-2009, 09:21 PM
I know I didn't pay much for my rubies, but I must admit that I'm sick and tired of the way they're always sticking to my fingers...
Far too gloopy, must only buy them from tjc in future.

Klosblue
06-04-2009, 10:21 PM
:Laughing1: at the posts above!

You know I really need to get a life - I must be so sad watching all these Jewellery Channels and letting their waffle get to me!!

Sammi
06-04-2009, 10:27 PM
IM sure there's a cream for it !!:54: [glooppiness!]
a gloopy cream no doubt :D