Diamond engagement Rings

29/08/2017 0 Comment(s)


Scientists at the University of Nottingham have engraved a microscopic portrait of the Queen onto a second-hand diamond in celebration of the Queens Diamond Jubilee. It has been said that the diamond might be given as a gift to the Monarch. This tiny engraving is so small that it could fit onto a postage stamp 300, 000 times measuring just 46 by 32 microns. Prof Martyn Poliakoff, Dr Michael Fay and Dr Christopher Parmenter from the university's Nanotechnology and Nano science Centre used a beam of charged gallium ions to engrave it on to the diamond. Prof Poliakoff has said that he would like the diamond to be used as a celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee; others would like it to be given to the Queen. Use ComparetheDiamond.com (formerly diamondgeezer.com)  to have your own personal microscopic message, your own fingerprint, your own signature or even your very own Queens head to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee engraved onto your diamond. Speak to one of our diamond experts to find out more by email: sparkle@diamondgeezer.com or phone us on: 01451 810595 We look forward to speaking with you!