Making a diamond ring, or any jewel for that matter is a long-lasting art. Or science? Or both? After all, to make any ring a reality one can't do it simply by planning and designing it. The metal, usually gold, needs to be melted and poured, then cooled once again. This process involves chemistry and extremely high temperatures. Also, as we know, the natural color of gold is Yellow, so how did rose and white gold came to be? Once again, chemistry came to our aid and gave us the way to improve our art with science and technology.