The beauty of the diamond is identified by its cut; the cut of the diamond is a dimension of the grade of the shape, geometry, and finish of the diamond gemstone. Just round brilliant diamonds receive formal cut grades on a scale from Ideal (the best) to Poor. Inflexible cut quality to ensure all of our diamonds have optimal brightness, fire, scintillation, and maximum light performance.
The reflection of the light is based on how perfectly the stone has been cut. A perfectly cut diamond also has lucid proportion, structure, and symmetry, speaking volumes about the cutter's eye for detail, light, and precisions. One reason why lab-created diamonds don't lose their shine or get faded and cloudy with time is that they are created by a method called HPHT
Lab-grown diamonds have the same chemical, physical, and optical properties as mined diamonds and exhibit the same fire, scintillation, and sparkle. In this diamond, light enters from the top of the diamond through which the brilliance is reflected.
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.
A perfect diamond, with no pollutants and no flaws, is completely colorless. Pollutants such as nitrogen cause unwanted yellow or brown tones in the diamond and therefore have a less than perfect color grade. Color is graded on a range of letters from D to Z — only sells stones that are independently graded as colorless (D, E, F) or the better half of near-colorless (G, H) and declines to sell any imperfect color diamonds.
Clarity is a measure of how many imperfections or inclusions are present in the diamond, which can be either flaw in the diamond crystal or tiny foreign particles within the diamond. The clarity of a diamond is how clear the stone is, however about the organic traits that were trapped when it was forming. The lower transparencies grade of a diamond the more imperfections in the diamond. Clarity is measured on the basis of the grade from Flawless to Included.
The carat weight of a diamond is a measurement of its weight. When a diamond is properly cut, the carat weight defines the size of the diamond, and larger diamonds tend to be more expensive. Although broadly used while purchasing and cleaning for just the right diamond, carat or ct is often confused with size. 2-carat lab-created diamond is 0.4 grams (400mg). As you go up 1 lab diamond carat, the weight in grams doubles. The price difference will raise even more the heavier you go in the diamond's carat weight.