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Hot Diamonds Ballymena

mcc —  May 26, 2014

Robert Adair Jewellers in Ballymena love Hot Diamonds. The Hot Diamonds range at Robert Adair Jewellers Ballymena is a beautiful, original and desirable jewellery collection made using only genuine materials.

The Hot Diamonds autograph is the symbolic gesture of a diamond in each and every piece. A diamond is the most precious of gemstones; this is our intimate gift to you and a commitment to the belief that preciousness and great design should be accessible to all.

Last year Friendship Bracelets were a hot trend and this year it is still as strong as ever. Hot Diamonds have a range of stunning bracelets including charm bracelets and friendship bracelets at great prices. Watch below to see how Hot Diamonds tie their Diamond Candy Friendship Bracelets to make them look their best.

To try on the Diamond Candy friendship bracelets or look at the other Hot Diamonds bracelets visit Robert Adair Jewellers in Ballymena who have a beautiful range of Hot Diamonds Jewellery.

Robert Adair Jewellers, Diamond House, 47-51 Mill Street, Ballymena.

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Hot Diamonds – Robert Adair Jewellers – Ballymena

Mantel Clocks and Grandfather Clocks

mcc —  October 31, 2013

A Mantel Clock or Grandfather Clock may be what is missing from your living room. Modern interiors can look up to date and stylish while incorporating the traditional beauty of a high quality clock. Robert Adair Jewellers in Ballymena stock a variety of clocks. Here are some creative, inspiring interiors which have used traditional clocks and struck a wonderful balance of old and new.

For a beautiful selection of Mantel Clocks, and Grandfather Clocks visit Robert Adair Jewellers. they stock all leading brands including as Kieninger, Hermle, Knight and Gibbins and Comitti of London. A clock repair service in also available in the workshop of Robert Adair Jewellers which is located on Mill Street in Ballymena.

We are located at Diamond House, 47-51 Mill Street, Ballymena.

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Visit the Robert Adair Jewellers showroom for a quality clock for your home.

How to choose a Diamond

mcc —  September 16, 2013

Choosing a diamond with the help of advice from Jewellery Latest means that you are informed and more confident abut what to look for in your diamond. as discussed in the past few posts there are four c’s to consider when buying a diamond.

  • Cut
  • Clarity
  • Colour
  • Carat weight

A Colourless diamond is the most desirable since it allows the most refraction of light causing the much sought after sparkle. The colour of a diamond refers to the absence of colour in the stone. Colour appears as the diamond is naturally formed and can never be added of taken away – it never changes. The clearer the diamond the better as it allows more light to pass through it and be reflected.

To grade ‘whiteness’ or colourlessness, most jewellers refer to GIA’s professional colour scale that begins with the highest rating of D for colourless, and travels down the alphabet to grade stones with traces of very faint or light yellowish or brownish colour. The colour scale continues all the way to Z. The closer to an D grade – the better the diamond.

Visit Diamond House, 47-51 Mill Street, Ballymena to see our diamonds.

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Robert Adair Jewellers in Ballymena offer advice and help when picking your jewellery. They stock a range of high quality diamonds. Call in with Robert Adairs Jewellers in Ballymena.