STEPS TO CHOOSE PERFECT DIAMOND
Before any diamond purchase, you should review a copy of its certificate to determine if it has undergone an impartial, specialized and authentic examination.
CHOOSE YOUR DIAMOND
An engagement diamond ring is usually the most special and cherished purchase one ever makes. Here, with the right information, you'll be able to spend your budget on the diamond qualities that are most significant to you. We also provide you a detailed understanding of diamond quality.
Choose Your Diamond Shape
To begin with, hit upon what shape she likes. Women prefer popular shapes like round, oval, princess-cut, emerald-cut, Asscher-cut, marquise-cut, radiant-cut, pear-shaped, and heart-shaped diamonds. These days, round diamonds are a trendy preference for engagement rings. Heart shaped diamonds also compliment engagement or couple rings. However, princess-cut diamonds are used in most of the remaining diamond rings.
CHOOSE YOUR DIAMOND SIZE
The table below gives you an idea of sizes of diamonds for every budget. A wide range is available!! The next step is to decide on the quality of your diamond.
Choose the Four Cs of Diamond Quality
Our objective is to encourage our customers to make an educated, reliable and convincing buying decision. Below is a summary of what you'll find in our Diamond Education.
The cut of a diamond outshines its brilliance and overall look. When placed and designed simply, a good diamond cut adds more sparkle to the jewel. Even with perfect color and clarity, a poor cut can make a diamond look dull. We carry only Ideal, Very Good, Good, and Fair cut diamonds, to bring out maximum shine and glamour.
A high-quality diamond color grade is determined by its lack of color. Diamonds that are white and colorless are considered to be expensive than those with visible color, as they reflect low-grade quality. For the best value, choose a colorless or near-colorless diamond that has no noticeable color, grades D-J.
Diamonds with tiny or no imperfection are attributed to the highest clarity grade. But of course, all diamonds have little imperfections that may not affect the price, brightness and worth of the gem. Diamonds free from flaws are very rare and highly-valued. The best value in diamond clarity is a diamond with no additions/spots visible to the ordinary and unaided eye.
Carat weight :
This is the term people are mostly aware of, but remember that carat is exclusively just a measure of a diamond's weight. Since larger diamonds are rarer than smaller diamonds, diamond value rises with carat weight. Therefore, with a lucid understanding of cut, color, and clarity, you can poise the quality with the size of your diamond.