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Diamonds come in many different shapes. Each diamond shape possesses its own unique qualities, so exploring and learning about the various shapes is worth your while.
Diamond carat refers to the weight of a diamond. Although carat weight is important, other considerations have more impact on the quality of a diamond.
When shopping for a diamond, it is generally preferred to choose a stone with the least amount of colour possible.
Clarity refers to the presence (or absence) of impurities, blemishes or other identifying characteristics within a diamond.
A diamond's cut not only refers to its shape, but also how effectively the stone can return light back to the viewer's eye.
Polishing removes unwanted material by gradual erosion. The quality of a diamond`s polish affects the way light enters, and is refracted from, the stone.
Symmetry refers to how well aligned the facets of a diamond are. The more symmetrical the diamond, the more fire and brilliance it will display.
Some diamonds display a visible light called fluorescence when exposed to an ultraviolet light source. Fluorescence is measured as none, faint, medium or strong.
Depth percentage refers to the total height of a diamond, measured from the table to the culet, relative to the diamond’s diameter.
Table percentage refers to the size of the table facet, the flat surface at the top of a diamond, relative to the diamond’s diameter.
The AGS or GIA lab report number enables you to match and verify the authenticity of the information on your diamond grading report.