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The 4 c's

The 4 c's, also known as Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat Weight, are essential factors to consider when understanding the cost of diamonds.



Carat refers to the weight of a diamond. The larger the carat, the bigger the diamond. It's a simple way to measure the diamond's size and presence.


[shape and quality]

Cut is all about the diamond's shape and the quality of its facets. A well-cut diamond sparkles brilliantly, showcasing its inherent beauty and maximizing its brilliance.


[ color]

Color is graded from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). The less color a diamond has, the more valuable and rare it is. Choosing the right color enhances the diamond's overall appearance.


[flaw / inclusion / imperfection]

Clarity assesses the presence of flaws or inclusions within the diamond. The fewer these imperfections, the clearer and more valuable the diamond. A higher clarity grade ensures a diamond that is visibly flawless to the naked eye.

Anatomy of A Diamond

[crown / girdle / pavilion]

Understanding the diamond's anatomy is essential for appreciating its unique characteristics and ensuring a well-balanced and visually appealing gem.

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