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  Round   Princess   Emerald   Heart   Pear
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Carat  

Carat (ct.)×

The international unit of weight, used for measuring diamonds and gemstones. 1 carat is equal to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 grams.

Cut  

DIAMOND CUT ×

CHOOSE A DIAMOND CUT:
SIGNATURE IDEAL
IDEAL
VERY GOOD
GOOD

Signature Ideal cut: Top 1% of diamond quality - with precise proportions, polish and symmetry = allowing the diamond to reflect even more light than the standard Ideal cut.

color  

DIAMOND COLOUR ×

CHOOSE A COLOUR GRADE:
D-F
G-I
J-K

Colourless: None or minute traces of color, but can only be detected by expert gemologist. usually set with platinum or white gold settings.

Clarity  

DIAMOND CLARITY ×

CHOOSE A CLARITY GRADE:
FL-IF
VVS1-VVS2
VS1-VS2
SI1-SI2

Flawless, Internally flawless (FL & IF): Contains no internal inclusions when viewed with 10x magnification. Internally Flawless diamonds may contain external characteristics (also known as blemishes).

Polish  

Polish ×

The overall condition of a finished diamond's faceted surfaces, including how smoothly the facets have been polished, whether any marks are visible from the polishing wheel, and how defined the edges of each facet are. Polish marks are almost always invisible to the unaided eye, but good polish is essential for maximum light performance.

Symmetry  

Symmetry ×

The precision and alignment of a diamond's facets and the resulting effects on its brilliance.

Fluorescence  

Fluorescence ×

A measure of the visible light some diamonds emit when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays. Diamonds with a strong or very strong fluorescence are a better value because the market prices them slightly lower. It is quite rare for fluorescence to have any visual impact on a diamond's appearance, and it does not compromise the gem's structural integrity in any way.

Depth  

Depth percentage ×

The height of a diamond, measured from the culet to the table, divided by its average girdle diameter. One of the basic proportions that contributes to a diamond's appearance, brilliance and fire.

Table  

Table percentage ×

The width of the diamond's table expressed as a percentage of its average diameter. A component of the overall cut grade, this measurement is critical to a diamond's light performance.

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