Diamonds come in a variety of shapes and each one offers you something different.
The color grade describes how much or how little color there is in a diamond.
A diamond’s clarity grade is determined by the number and size of inclusions found inside of it.
Carats are a unit of measurement that describe the weight of diamonds and gemstones.
A well-cut diamond is essential to maximize its brilliance and sparkle.
Gemological laboratories issue certificates describing diamond qualities and allow you to make an informed decision when buying.
The culet is the point at the bottom of the diamond.
The girdle is the middle part of the diamond that joins the top and bottom together.
Some diamonds will glow when exposed to ultraviolet light.
The depth is measured from the top of the diamond to the bottom of the diamond.
A diamond’s ratio is its length divided by its width.
The table is the large flat facet on the top of the diamond.