A Chinese proverb says "Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without none". This proverb is a shining example of the grand position a diamond holds in the world of stones because even slightly flawed diamonds can sell for thousands of dollars. In poetry, literature and music, they stand for wealth, perfection, beauty, desire and accomplishment. Mark Twain, the famous American author and humorist had said "It's better to have second-hand diamonds than none at all". Such is the charm and glamor of a diamond that the human race has always been blinded by its perfection. Diamonds have been captured in stanza and verse since words were first put to paper. They look so delicate, yet are the hardest natural substance on earth.
Hazoorilal Diamond Jewellery offers diamonds of impeccable quality and international standards of designing. The collection here is a spectacular mélange of designs and styles, exploring new frontiers of creativity that will leave you yearning for more.
Every bride wants her wedding to be special. But with inflation on rise, it becomes a little difficult for some to buy things like real diamond jewelry or real gold jewelry. Also, it is found appropriate for an Indian bride to wear those heavy-looking sets on their wedding day but they rarely wear it again because the same big set would look inappropriate in most of the other events they would attend during their lifetime.