DIAMONDSDiamond will represent one of life’s deepest emotional investments. It may eventually be passed down for generations, cherished not just for what it is worth, but for what it means.
DIAMOND QUALITYA diamond’s beauty, rarity, and price depend on the interplay of all the 4Cs—cut, clarity, carat, and color. While all diamonds are precious, those possessing the best combination of cut, clarity, carat weight and color—are the earth's rarest and most valuable.
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Diamonds' 4 C's
Refers to the presence of inclusions in a diamond.
Every diamond is unique. Nature ensures that each diamond is as individual as the person who wears it. Inclusions are natural identifying characteristics such as minerals or fractures, appearing while diamonds are formed in the earth. They may look like tiny crystals, clouds or feathers. The position of inclusions can affect the value of a diamond.
Some inclusions can be hidden by a mounting, thus having little effect on the beauty of a diamond. An inclusion in the middle or top of a diamond could impact the dispersion of light, sometimes making the diamond less brilliant.
|VVS1, VVS2||very, very small inclusions|
|VS1, VS2||very small inclusions|
|SI1, SI2||slightly included|
|P1, P2, P3||include|
Refers to the degree to which a diamond is colorless. Diamonds are found in almost every color of the rainbow, but white-colored diamonds remain most popular.
Diamonds are graded on a color scale which ranges from D (colorless) to Z.
|F||TW, Top Wesselton|
|I||TCR, Top Crystal|
|K||TCA, Top Cape|
|O||Light Yellow and Yellow|
Refers to the angles and proportions of a diamond.
Nature determines so much about a diamond, but it takes a master cutter to reveal the stone’s true brilliance, fire and ultimate beauty.Based on scientific formulas, a well-cut diamond will internally reflect light from one mirror-like facet to another and disperse and reflect it through the top of the stone. Cut also refers to shape—round, square, pear, or heart for example.
Diamond will represent one of life’s deepest emotional investments. It may eventually be passed down for generations, cherished not just for what it is worth, but for what it means.