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A diamond’s brilliance, finish, and proportions are all perceived by the cut of a diamond. For more information about understanding diamond cuts click here.

Diamonds come in all colors of the spectrum, from transparent to black. Color is very important when choosing a diamond. The more clear and colorless the diamond, the higher it is graded on the GIA scale. For more information regarding the GIA color grading system click here.
The more flawless the diamond, the more value it has. Clear and colorless diamonds most often look perfect to the naked eye, yet each stone has what we call imperfections or inclusions. Inclusions are the traces of nature left behind in the birth of each diamond. Whether it is scratches or tiny pieces of minerals left behind, each diamond has what we call its flaws. For more information on understanding the grading of clarity for diamonds click here. People tend to make the mistake of buying the biggest diamond they can afford without taking into consideration color, clarity, or quality. It is important to keep in mind that if the diamond you choose is less than ¾ carat it is preferable to choose color over clarity. Vice versa when buying a larger stone; clarity overrides the importance of color. It is important to note as well, that a two carat stone is not necessarily twice as big as a one carat stone; it is only greater in weight.

 
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