The 4C’s Of Diamonds
- Carat Weight
Now that you have chosen the style of your Ring it is time to choose the Diamond itself. When selecting a Diamond, the most important rule of thumb is to choose the finest diamond in your price range that you can afford, the best way to determine a diamond’s quality is to measure it according to the 4cs rule.
- Diamond Color
Color refers to the degree to which a diamine is colorless. Color in a diamond is the result of traces of other elements, which mix with carbon during the diamond’s formation.
A color grade of D is the highest possible, while Z is the lowest
- Diamond Cut
- Cut is the diamonds most important characteristic.
- It has the greatest overall influence on a diamond’s beauty.
- It determines what we generally think of as spa.
- Clarity is a measure of the number and size of the tiny imperfections that occurs in almost all diamonds.
- Many of these imperfections are microscopic, and do not affect a diamond’s beauty in any discernible way.
Diamond Carat Weight
- Carat is specifically a measure of a diamond’s weight, and by itself may not accurately reflect a diamond’s size
- We tend to evaluate diamond size by viewing it from the top because that is how diamonds are presented to us when set in to a ring.
- To understand diamond size, carat weight should be considered in conjunction with two other criteria:
- Distance in millimeter across the top of the diamond.
- Diamond’s cut grade.
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