The cut of the diamond is a measure of the quality of the shape, different geometry shapes, and finish of the diamond. Only round brilliant diamonds receive formal cut grades on a scale from Ideal to Poor. Cut quality to confirm all of our diamonds have o
The cut of the diamond is said to have one of the greatest impacts on its beauty. A well cut diamond will always appear larger and incandescent than a poorly cut diamond, even if they are of the same weight. The cut usually determines how well the light i
This is the rainbow of colors that is cast back from the diamond. Like the brilliance reflection, the light here too, enters from the top of the diamond. However, when it escapes the crown, the light remains separated and is viewed in the same colors.
Like the name suggests, scintillation is the reflection of light, which gives the diamond its sparkle. It refers to the combination of white and colored flashes when the diamond is moving. The two significant traits of this sparkle are flash and fire scin
The diamond without any impurities and no defects are completely colorless diamonds. Thus, it determines the price, rarity, and value of the diamond. Diamonds come in various colors, including orange, yellow, pink, gray, blue, brown, white, red, and even
Clarity refers to the diamond having how many blemishes or impurities in them. Lower the clarity of a diamond, the more imperfections in the diamond. Clarity is graded on a range from Internally Flawless to Included. Sometimes impurities can be seen with
The carat weight is the measurement of the diamond weight. When the diamond is properly cut and sized properly the carat weight is defined. The larger the carat weight the more expensive the price will be. One carat is exactly one-fifth of a gram.
The two main reasons our customers choose a lab diamond are the origin and value of that diamond. As a result, these diamonds are conflict-free and Gemver diamonds resemble natural diamonds. Lab diamonds can range significantly in quality just like mined