Diamond education

How to buy a diamond?

When purchasing certified diamonds it is important to understand the diamond grading criteria used by the laboratories performing the certification. Our purchasing diamond guide is aim to provide you all necessary information about Diamond, how diamond is graded, how to choose suitable diamond, etc

Our purchasing diamond guide structure includes:

diamond grade

Diamond Grade - the 4Cs

Diamond grading covers numerous aspects of each individual diamond's qualities, but there are four grades which are critical to understand: Diamond Cut, Diamond Clarity, Diamond Color, Diamond Carat weight Read more →

diamond shapes

Diamond Shape

Diamonds are natural crystals of varying size and shape formed in the earth over millions of years. By the diamond cutter's art these crystals are carved into gems of spectacular and whimsical beauty Read more →

diamond cut

Diamond Cut

"Cut" is used in two different ways in Diamond dictionary. First, it's used to describe the shape of a diamond: emerald cut, heart cut, oval cut... Second, "diamond cut" is used is to describe the reflective qualities of a diamond to determine how well the diamond was cut. Read more →

diamond clarity

Diamond Clarity

Most diamonds contain some inner flaws, or inclusions, that occur during the formation process. The visibility, number and size of these inclusions determine what is called the clarity of a diamond. Diamonds that are clear create more brilliance. Read more →

diamond clarity flawless

Diamond color

Color is considered the second most important diamond characteristic after "cut". The human eye detects a diamond's brilliance first, then its color second. Read more →

diamond tips

Diamond Tips

The writing will provide you list of Diamond Tips to help you understand more about diamond cut, diamond color, diamond clarity and diamond carat weight Read more →

diamond faqs

Diamond FAQs

Color is considered the second most important diamond characteristic after "cut". The human eye detects a diamond's brilliance first, then its color second. Read more →

And more to come as we will try to cover all aspects and provide all useful info to our customers.


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