Diamanté

Diamanté refers to a diamond simulant. Diamanté is mostly known to be Cubic Zirconia but at times could refer to crystals, glass or rhinestones. This term is tradmarked by Farsh Love. FarshLove.com ...
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Diamante

(Italian via French, 'sparkling decoration,' cognate with diamond, pronounced dee oh MON tay) A genr
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Diamante

Despite its suggestive name, diamante jewellery is not made with real diamonds but with pieces of glass that are cut and polished to resemble a diamond. The diamante style offers an economic alternative to the luxurious and expensive pure sets while at the same time capturing some of its glamour.
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Diamante

The Diamante was an Italian Sirena Class coastal submarine of 590 tons displacement launched in 1933. The Diamante was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14 knots surfaced and 8.5 knots submerged and could dive to a depth of 50 fathoms. She carried a complement of 41 and was armed with one 3.9 inch gun; two 13 mm anti-aircraft guns ...
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