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Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend! What do you know about Diamonds? Quiz No. 2

Diamond in mixed fluorescent and incandescent lighting.

Diamonds come in very many different sizes, shapes, colours; and with various internal characteristics, proportions and distortions. At the same time, every diamond is unique; and each remains a precious stone.

Here is my second quiz on diamonds (below) which, provides you with further information about the world of diamonds, including: lifestyle, professional tips, popular culture, the diamond trade and mines.

Enjoy completing the quiz and do share it with your friends and social networks. At the end; you could leave your score, and comments, in the section below. Good-luck.

Also, if you wish to check out my earlier quiz on Diamonds; click here – Diamonds Quiz: No.1 – Thanks.

  • Question of

    The “white light reflections” within a beautiful diamond, are technically called; what?

    • Pattern
    • Scintillation
    • Brightness
    • Fire
  • Question of

    Diamonds are often used for celebrating engagements, marriages, birthdays, and in particular; for marking, which wedding anniversary?

    • 60th wedding anniversary
    • 50th wedding anniversary
    • 40th wedding anniversary
    • 30th wedding anniversary
  • Question of

    Diamond are formed beneath the earth’s surface under which of the following conditions?

    • Low temperature and low pressure
    • High temperature and low pressure
    • Low temperature and high pressure
    • High temperature and high pressure
  • Question of

    Diamonds are the birthstone gems for, which month?

    • December
    • April
    • July
    • October
  • Question of

    What is the name of the international procedures established in 2002 to eliminate the trade in conflict diamonds and control the export and import of all rough diamonds globally?

    • The De Beers Declaration
    • The Madison Diamonds Protocol
    • The Kimberley Process
    • The Cullinan Global Agreement
  • Question of

    Which of the following initials is used in the diamond trade to refer to the lowest-grade, low-quality diamonds?

    • ‘VS’
    • ‘VVS’
    • ‘S’
    • ‘I’
  • Question of

    For each 1 part of diamond found in an average diamond mine; how many parts of host rock has to be dug up, and sifted through?

    • 40,000 parts of host rock
    • 240,000 parts of host rock
    • 400,000 parts of host rock
    • 1 million parts of host rock
  • Question of

    In which of the following countries are diamond mines not found?

    • Tanzania
    • Vietnam
    • China
    • Venezuela
  • Question of

    In costing diamonds; ‘If two diamonds have identical clarity, colour and cut, but one is 1.03-carat and the other 0.98-carat (ie a negligible difference of 0.05 carats). Which of the following governs their values?

    • The 1.03-carat diamond is worth slightly higher than the 0.98-carat diamond (5% more)
    • The 0.98-carat diamond is worth about the same as the 1.03-carat diamond
    • The 1.03-carat diamond is worth far more than the 0.98-carat diamond (20% more)
  • Question of

    How many carats is the largest diamond of all time; that was ever found?

    • 906 carats
    • 1,906 carats
    • 3,106 carats
    • 6,106 carats
  • Question of

    Which one of the following objects is able to scratch a diamond?

    • Bronze
    • Platinum
    • Reinforced-Steel
    • Diamond


What do you think?

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Written by Daniel Obiago

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