Please provide me a link for further study, Thank you.
According to this... http://funadvice.com/r/15cg6q078nn and that... http://funadvice.com/r/15cg6q07a1g ...the word order should be English diamond. Because origin is before material.
According to this... http://funadvice.com/r/15cg6q07b6t ...the word "diamond" should be in lower case unless it is in the beginning of the sentence or part of a proper name of an object.
It would be "English diamond ring", but to be honest, I've never heard of such a thing ... not that my knowledge about diamonds is, in any way, extensive. What kind of link are you looking for - one that talks about diamond rings, or one that backs up the proper structure of the phrase?
thank you, Colleen. I need a link to support this proper structure of the phrase. There is a debate here related to the use of adjective order if it is: ORIGIN - MATERIAL - NOUN or MATERIAL - ORIGIN - NOUN. Like if it is Italian leather shoes or Leather Italian shoes.
you can see this http://funadvice.com/r/15dmnodmqcj
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