Larger diamonds have a greater value per carat and the diamond price directly varies with the number of carats, that’s the weight of the diamond. You must know that 1 carat equals 0.2 grams. A lot of precious stones may look the same size or shape, but it’s the weight makes all the difference.
2. Diamond transparency
The diamond is clear and transparent. There are diamonds that have specific spots or marks, which are sometimes too small to be seen with the naked eye. Diamonds must be unblemished. They’re given different grades, such as IF that stands for internally flawless, Fl that stands for flawless, SI1 & SI2 that stands for slightly imperfect, VVS 1&2 that stands for very slightly imperfect, and I1,2 & 3 that stands for imperfect.
3. Diamond color
A colorless diamond is considered to be the best diamond. There are also diamonds that contain some tinges of color or impurities making them slightly yellowy. They are categorized from D to Z: D is the most colorless and Z is light yellow.
4. Diamond cuts
Diamond cuts help in determining the way the diamonds are fashioned. In fact, the cut is a major determining factor in enhancing the diamond’s ability to sparkle. There are poor, fair, good, very good, and premium cuts of the diamonds. So do study this before purchasing your diamond.
5. Diamond certificate
You might not know but there’s a diamond certificate that mentions all the specifications about the diamond you want to buy. This certificate contains information regarding carats, quality, cut, and color. You must demand the certificate just to be sure that you are purchasing an authentic diamond. GIA and AGS certificates are considered to be appropriate.
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