CERTIFIED DIAMONDS

LEARN ABOUT THE 4 C’S OF DIAMONDS
CUT

CUT

CUT

Not to be confused with the Cutting style as in round cut, oval cut etc. The cut refers to the how well proportioned and manufactured the diamond is and in simple terms how it sparkles. The cut is one of the most important factors when choosing a diamond, the GIA have a cut grade for round diamonds but do not have a standardised system to determine the cut of other shapes, call us to learn more about this.

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CLARITY

CLARITY

CLARITY

The clarity is very important it refers to the blemishes in the stone, the flaws in the diamond of which there are many different types and colours. When assessing clarity we think its important that you don't see these imperfections with the naked eye and that the location of the inclusions do not pose a structural risk to the stone. Contact us to discuss this and find out more about clarity.

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COLOUR

COLOUR

COLOUR

The colour is another important consideration and refers to the saturation of yellow in your diamond. Colour is quite complicated and its not quite as simple as D-E-F-G etc. You can find diamonds that are on the low side of their respected grade so you can get a diamond that just about makes the F grade but is closer to G and alternatively one that is closer to E on the top end. Call to find out more.

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CARAT

CARAT

CARAT

The carat refers to the weight of your diamond. People are usually fixated on the carat weight but this is the least important factor. Call us for a chat to find out why.

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