Jewelers who are selling their jewelry to make a profit are often rewarded with high prices.
Here are five of the most valuable diamonds on the market.1.
The “F” DiamondsThese diamonds, which are not cut or polished, are the most sought after diamonds and are usually sold in pairs, as opposed to individual diamonds.
They are sometimes called “F-bronze” or “Fuchsia” diamonds because of the fuchsia-red color and are not as hard as the ferrules and marquises.
The F-bond has a value of more than $2 million.
This particular F-bonus is a gem that has been cut with a cutting tool that allows the diamond to be polished into a ferrule and marquise, the highest grade diamond.2.
The Super F-BondGold is one of the highest grades of super-bonds, the diamonds which are rare, yet they can be cut and polished to a fucule and diamond, the most expensive grade of diamonds.
These diamonds are not often used, but some are very valuable.
They often come in sets of four or five and are often priced at more than a million dollars.
They come in sizes from 4,000 to 1,000 carats.3.
The Gold F-FuseA fucile is a fusible diamond that is a mixture of two diamonds and an amethyst, an amorphous mineral that is the crystalline part of quartz.
The fucil is cut with the sharpest stone and then ground into a fine dust, which is then polished into the fucules, which can be up to a millimeter thick.
These are the hardest diamonds on earth and can be found in rare gems like sapphires and sapphire-quartz.
They sell for around $1 million.4.
The Garnier F-AuroraThis is a very special fucillage, or “grinding” diamond.
This is a diamond that has both the fusibility of two separate diamonds and the hardness of a pure diamond.
The quality of the stones that are used to polish these diamonds is a key factor in determining their value.
These stones can be sharp, or soft, or both.
They can be graded as a pure or a grained diamond.
They also have a “grind” quality that is used to determine their “hardness.”
These are often the most popular stones.
They usually sell for anywhere from $1,000,000.5.
The Jasper F-QuartzThis is an extremely rare, extremely expensive, and extremely valuable gemstone.
The name Jasper comes from the name of the stone’s natural gemstone, which occurs in an alkaline mineral.
This gemstone is called quartz, and it is a type of calcite, which means it is naturally formed from a mix of minerals.
Jasper is a superhard, fuciform, gemstone with a hardness of 4,700 to 5,200 on the Mohs Scale.
Its value is estimated at $10 million, which puts it in the top 10 percent of all diamonds.6.
The Lapis F-TigerThis is also a very rare gemstone and has a hardness that is almost equal to diamond.
It is sometimes called the “Tiger” because it is so rare.
It comes in a variety of sizes and is often graded as the “Gold F-Hercules.”
It is often sold for around a million.7.
The Diamond F-Chrysoprase This is also very rare and hard, but is not a gem.
It came to the world in the late 19th century, but was not discovered until the 1950s.
It has been called “Chrysopal” and it comes in four grades: F, F-cubed, F+cubED and F-quench.
It was valued at $1.4 million in 2008.8.
The Platinum F-DiamondThis is another very rare diamond that was discovered in 2008 by American geologist and platinum producer Dr. William L. Egan.
It’s also a rare gem, and often sells for over a million dollar.9.
The Brilliant F-GoldThis is the rarest of all the gems.
It only came to world attention in 2010 when it was purchased by a wealthy Chinese collector.
It may be a bit hard to see on the surface, but it is actually one of these superhard gems, the hardest of all super-hard diamonds.
The price for this one is estimated to be around $2.5 million.10.
The Verve F-Sapphire This is the second-most expensive of the super-lucky gems on the planet.
It wasn’t discovered until 2010, and its rarity has made it very valuable in the past.
Its price has been estimated at over $5 million, and the owner is reportedly worth at least $3 billion.11.
The Sapphire F-