Rhinestones

April 17, 2011 § Leave a comment

The rhinestone; a diamond simulant. Rock crystals that grew in the river Rhine were gathered and used as diamond imitations, and these stones were called rhinestones. The term also applies to diamond imitations made from glass or acrylics.

See also:

Crystals, Diamonds

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