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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Tuesday the 17th of September 2019

Round or Princess cut? πŸ’πŸ˜

Round or Princess cut? πŸ’πŸ˜

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Tuesday the 17th of September 2019

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Saturday the 14th of September 2019

Filling out your wish list is simple πŸ“  

Come by the store, "work" hard adding pieces to your wish list, and we do the rest! For birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and more, make sure he knows exactly what you want!

Filling out your wish list is simple πŸ“ Come by the store, "work" hard adding pieces to your wish list, and we do the rest! For birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and more, make sure he knows exactly what you want!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Friday the 13th of September 2019

Did you know the 118.78 carat Graff Venus is the largest heart-shape flawless diamond ever to be certified by the Gemological Institute of America?!?! WOW πŸ˜πŸ’ŽπŸ˜

Did you know the 118.78 carat Graff Venus is the largest heart-shape flawless diamond ever to be certified by the Gemological Institute of America?!?! WOW πŸ˜πŸ’ŽπŸ˜

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Thursday the 12th of September 2019

LIKE if you're a fan of mixing and matching your gold! You don't have to choose white, yellow or rose gold--you can wear them all together!

LIKE if you're a fan of mixing and matching your gold! You don't have to choose white, yellow or rose gold--you can wear them all together!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Tuesday the 10th of September 2019

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 9th of September 2019

Thanks to our friends at Gwinnett Magazine for this post.

Thanks to our friends at Gwinnett Magazine for this post.

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 9th of September 2019

Thanks to everyone who voted last year for us in the Best of Gwinnett campaign. It is time to vote again! Please click the link below and scroll down to Jewelry Stores and vote for Alexander's of Atlanta. Let's make it two years in a row!!

You can vote once each day until the campaign ends.

https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/best-of-gwinnett/vote?profession_fname=shopping

Thanks to everyone who voted last year for us in the Best of Gwinnett campaign. It is time to vote again! Please click the link below and scroll down to Jewelry Stores and vote for Alexander's of Atlanta. Let's make it two years in a row!! You can vote once each day until the campaign ends. https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/best-of-gwinnett/vote?profession_fname=shopping

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 9th of September 2019

Did you know that September's birthstone, Sapphire, comes in ALL the colors of the rainbow?

While the medium to dark blue gems you are used to seeing are highly prized, sapphires also comes in pink, purple, green, orange, or yellow corundum, and are named by their color (pink sapphire, green sapphire). The red variety of corundum is ruby!

Did you know that September's birthstone, Sapphire, comes in ALL the colors of the rainbow? While the medium to dark blue gems you are used to seeing are highly prized, sapphires also comes in pink, purple, green, orange, or yellow corundum, and are named by their color (pink sapphire, green sapphire). The red variety of corundum is ruby!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Saturday the 7th of September 2019

New engagement ring styles! Which is your favorite? πŸ’πŸ‘€πŸ˜

New engagement ring styles! Which is your favorite? πŸ’πŸ‘€πŸ˜

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Saturday the 7th of September 2019

Hey Sapphire Birthday folks. This beautiful Sapphire and Diamond necklace is waiting for you. Regular price $1,275 but ON SALE for just $1,020. Hurry, this won't last long at this price.

Hey Sapphire Birthday folks. This beautiful Sapphire and Diamond necklace is waiting for you. Regular price $1,275 but ON SALE for just $1,020. Hurry, this won't last long at this price.

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Friday the 6th of September 2019

Small Facets Vs. Large Facets:
”Here’s an interesting physical phenomenon that we see as we are planning our gemstone cuts. In this pic, we took a piece of synthetic spinel and cut it in half. Both stones are the exact same dimensions and nearly identical weight. Material is the same color, same piece, and isotropic so no pleochroism involved. The crown pattern on both is exactly the same. Angles on the top and bottom are the same but the number of facets and size of facets on the pavilion has changed. Notice that the blue on the left looks lighter than the stone on the right. 

Regardless of which color is more pleasing to you, these two colors have a different market price and if this were sapphire that could be the difference of hundreds of dollars, especially if this subtle shift changed the color grade on your stone certification.” ~ Justin Prim

Small Facets Vs. Large Facets: ”Here’s an interesting physical phenomenon that we see as we are planning our gemstone cuts. In this pic, we took a piece of synthetic spinel and cut it in half. Both stones are the exact same dimensions and nearly identical weight. Material is the same color, same piece, and isotropic so no pleochroism involved. The crown pattern on both is exactly the same. Angles on the top and bottom are the same but the number of facets and size of facets on the pavilion has changed. Notice that the blue on the left looks lighter than the stone on the right. Regardless of which color is more pleasing to you, these two colors have a different market price and if this were sapphire that could be the difference of hundreds of dollars, especially if this subtle shift changed the color grade on your stone certification.” ~ Justin Prim

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Status Update

Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Thursday the 5th of September 2019

Don't forget our new hours. Open 10am u...

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Wednesday the 4th of September 2019

Don't forget to vote for us in the Best of Gwinnett poll. Use this link to go directly to our voting site. You can vote once a day until the poll ends. https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/lawrenceville/shopping/alexanders-of-atlanta-fine-diamonds

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Wednesday the 4th of September 2019

Diamond trivia: Did you know that Graphite and Diamond are two different forms of carbon?

Diamond and graphite are two allotropes of carbon: pure forms of the same element that differ in structure! While Diamond is one of the hardest substances in the world, Graphite is very soft.

There are three forms of pure carbon: Graphite, Coal and Diamond. Coal is the least pure when found in nature. Diamond is the purest form of Carbon, however all have some impurities when found in nature.

Diamond trivia: Did you know that Graphite and Diamond are two different forms of carbon? Diamond and graphite are two allotropes of carbon: pure forms of the same element that differ in structure! While Diamond is one of the hardest substances in the world, Graphite is very soft. There are three forms of pure carbon: Graphite, Coal and Diamond. Coal is the least pure when found in nature. Diamond is the purest form of Carbon, however all have some impurities when found in nature.

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Status Update

Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Tuesday the 3rd of September 2019

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Tuesday the 3rd of September 2019

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

We have new hours for fall! Come see us Monday-Saturday from 10AM-7PM!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 2nd of September 2019

Happy Labor Day!

Honoring the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our great country #laborday

Happy Labor Day! Honoring the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our great country #laborday

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Sunday the 1st of September 2019

September's birthstone is the beautiful sapphire πŸ’™ In lore, sapphire symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. Ancient Greek and Roman kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm. 

Traditionally, people have prized these gems for their celestial blues and violets. Its extraordinary color is the standard against which other blue gems—from topaz to tanzanite—are measured. Blue sapphires range from very light to very dark greenish or violet-ish blue, as well as various shades of pure blue. The most prized are a medium to medium dark blue or slightly violet-ish blue.

Come check out our selection of sapphire jewelry!

September's birthstone is the beautiful sapphire πŸ’™ In lore, sapphire symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. Ancient Greek and Roman kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm. Traditionally, people have prized these gems for their celestial blues and violets. Its extraordinary color is the standard against which other blue gemsβ€”from topaz to tanzaniteβ€”are measured. Blue sapphires range from very light to very dark greenish or violet-ish blue, as well as various shades of pure blue. The most prized are a medium to medium dark blue or slightly violet-ish blue. Come check out our selection of sapphire jewelry!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Friday the 30th of August 2019

We love this fun picture showing all the different setting styles πŸ’πŸ˜ Which style is your favorite?

We love this fun picture showing all the different setting styles πŸ’πŸ˜ Which style is your favorite?

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Thursday the 29th of August 2019

Congratulations Laila and Tracy on your engagement.  We wish you many years of happiness.

Congratulations Laila and Tracy on your engagement. We wish you many years of happiness.

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 26th of August 2019

Happy National Dog Day #dogday 

Dogs give us companionship, they keep us safe and they aid those in need. Plus, they can even help with proposals sometimes!

Happy National Dog Day #dogday Dogs give us companionship, they keep us safe and they aid those in need. Plus, they can even help with proposals sometimes!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Monday the 26th of August 2019

Thanks to everyone who voted last year for us in the Best of Gwinnett campaign. It is time to vote again! Please click the link below and scroll down to Jewelry Stores and vote for Alexander's of Atlanta. Let's make it two years in a row!!

You can vote once each day until the campaign ends.

https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/best-of-gwinnett/vote?profession_fname=shopping

Thanks to everyone who voted last year for us in the Best of Gwinnett campaign. It is time to vote again! Please click the link below and scroll down to Jewelry Stores and vote for Alexander's of Atlanta. Let's make it two years in a row!! You can vote once each day until the campaign ends. https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/best-of-gwinnett/vote?profession_fname=shopping

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Saturday the 24th of August 2019

"We are the lucky ones!" It was a double diamond wedding anniversary for two sisters from Soham who celebrated sixty years of marriage! ⚭ 😍 ⚭ Shirley Human married Philip Howe on Feb. 21, 1959 while Shirley's sister Elaine Human married Brian Cooper on June 6, 1959!

Both weddings were held at the Baptist Church, in Soham, and both receptions were held at Soham Village College. Both couples went on to have two children and are now proud grandparents. 

On 60 years of successful marriage, Elaine comments: "It does not feel like 60 years at all. We enjoy each others company and both of us have good families. We have always worked together and tried to be understanding."

Congratulations to these two endearing couples!

"We are the lucky ones!" It was a double diamond wedding anniversary for two sisters from Soham who celebrated sixty years of marriage! ⚭ 😍 ⚭ Shirley Human married Philip Howe on Feb. 21, 1959 while Shirley's sister Elaine Human married Brian Cooper on June 6, 1959! Both weddings were held at the Baptist Church, in Soham, and both receptions were held at Soham Village College. Both couples went on to have two children and are now proud grandparents. On 60 years of successful marriage, Elaine comments: "It does not feel like 60 years at all. We enjoy each others company and both of us have good families. We have always worked together and tried to be understanding." Congratulations to these two endearing couples!

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Posted by Alexander's of Atlanta Fine Diamonds on Thursday the 22nd of August 2019

Pear Shape Brilliant Cut diamonds are hot this summer.  Here is  2 1/2 carat going out the door today. Let us put your name on one.

Pear Shape Brilliant Cut diamonds are hot this summer. Here is 2 1/2 carat going out the door today. Let us put your name on one.

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