How Diamond Rings Are Made | How Stuff Is Made | Refinery29



On this episode of How Stuff Is Made, we explore the process of creating diamond rings by Hollywood’s fine jewelry experts, Carbon & Hyde. From the molding of metal to selecting the perfect stone, follow along as we discover how these precious pieces of jewelry come to life. Press play to learn how this priceless adornments are made!

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45 thoughts on “How Diamond Rings Are Made | How Stuff Is Made | Refinery29

  1. How about you explain how they use child and slave labour that being paid next to nothing to mine these shiny rocks, and while you at it explain also how giant diamond company is basically scaming people to buy the super RARE diamonds but actually they tightly control the world supply so they can raise the diamond prices, diamond and weddings company are no different, years of successful advertising making we think that declaring love should be a piece of shining useless rock.

  2. You also forget how they're common AF and held in storage to create an illusion of scarcity so the price inflates. Plus the dead people surrounding the mining are slaves. But ya know, whatever.

  3. The way they made both the models and cast the rings was so much like mass production. Where is the craftsmanship and quality in these pieces? Basically these are like overpriced costume jewelry.

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