Diamond Information

These are factors that will determine the final price of your diamond engagement or wedding ring:


Clarity is the term that is used to explain about the number and size of inclusions in a diamond. The clarity of a diamond is determined according to the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) grading system.


The color of a diamond is determined by trace elements that existed when the stone was being formed. The GIA categorization of these colors includes a range from colorless (white) to yellow and other more rare colors.


Diamond cutting is a process that aims to maximize the brilliance, dispersion (fire) and scintillation (sparkle) of a diamond, based on a predetermined knowledge of the exact angles neccessary for a beautifully cut diamond.


The carat is a unit of measurement of the weight of a diamond.


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