Diamonds, gems, diamonds – a diamond’s life in pictures

A diamond is an expensive commodity, but for most people it’s just a fancy ring with a price tag.

But that’s not the case for the diamonds and gems used in jewelry and in medical implants.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that nearly 20% of all diamonds are extracted in the UK and the United States.

These diamonds are usually used in medical procedures such as surgery, bone implants, reconstructive surgery, and for medical implants such as pacemakers.

Diamonds are often found in diamonds from Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Russia, South Africa, the UK, and the US.

Diamonds mined in Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa are also a source of diamonds used in the production of medical implants and dental implants.

Diamond-related productsIn 2014, the US government started collecting information on the health of diamonds mined in the US and abroad.

It has a database of more than 300,000 diamonds and the database contains information on their extraction, processing, and purity, as well as information on health of the minerals mined.

The data is also available for diamonds mined and exported to China.

Diamond mining in the United KingdomThe diamond industry in the British Empire dates back to the 13th century and has been a significant industry in its own right since that time.

In fact, in 1843 the British government established a mining commission to oversee diamond mining and the industry.

The company that owned the mining monopoly was known as the Gwynedd Diamond Company.

Since then, the mining industry has expanded throughout the country and into the rest of the UK.

The Gwynedale Diamond Company, a company owned by the Gydian Diamonds Corporation, began mining diamonds in Gwyndales, North Wales, in the early 1900s.

It became a significant producer of diamond-related goods in the mid-19th century, producing over $300 million in diamond-producing diamonds in 1911 alone.

Since the 1920s, diamond mining has expanded to include the production and export of diamonds and gemstones for use in medical and surgical implants, including implants used in dental and prosthetic devices.

The majority of these implants are used in people with osteoarthritis, arthritis, and other conditions.

The United Kingdom is one of the largest diamond-mining countries in the world.

The United Kingdom has over 1,000 mines producing over 300 million tons of diamonds, including a number of smaller mines that make up a small part of the larger mines.

This is the largest source of gold in the developed world.

Diamond is mined in many countries around the world, but the UK has its largest source in the U.K.

The UK is the third largest diamond producer in the EU, behind Germany and France.

In 2014, UK exports accounted for around 5% of the world’s total diamond production.

The U.S. accounted for more than 25% of UK exports in 2014.

The world’s largest diamond minesThe United States and China produce the most diamonds in the global market.

Diamond is the most important source of economic value for the U,S.

and China, accounting for over 75% of global diamond exports.

The UK is also a major supplier to the world market, with a significant share of the global diamond market.

The biggest market for UK diamonds is the United Arab Emirates, with the UAE producing over 3.7 billion tons in diamonds in 2014, which is roughly 20% more than the UK produced.

Diamond and gemstone processingThe diamond and gem stone industries have evolved over the past several centuries.

Diamond mining was started in the late 18th century in England, where miners began mining rough stones in the form of rough cut stones or rough stones with small cut holes.

These stones were used for making jewelry and the diamonds were polished.

By the 1860s, a process was developed that required the stone to be polished, the stones to be cut into a pattern, and then the stone cut into the pattern again, which required the stones themselves to be heated to make them less rough and the stones then polished.

This process was refined to the point where rough stones could be made into diamonds, and diamond cutting became an industry in Britain, which was a major producer of rough stone diamonds in 1849.

Diamond cutting was expanded to the United Sates in the 1890s and later to other parts of the World.

In the early 20th century British and German diamonds were refined using steam-driven processes that took place in factories, mines, and mines of other countries.

The British, who had their own steam mills, developed the process in 1875 and the process was imported to the U., and in 1911 the first British mine opened in the area.

By 1910, a British firm had established its own steam-fired diamond mill and the world-wide diamond industry started to take shape.

British and German diamond minesToday, the majority of diamond mining is carried