Category: Diamond Guide

Natural Diamond VS Lab-Grown Diamond

Lab-grown diamonds are a great alternative to natural ones , but from a consumer’s standpoint, of course they will suspicious of diamonds that are created artificially. So let’s see what lab-grown diamonds really are and how they compare to natural diamonds.

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DIAMOND CARAT

Carat weight, CT, is the standard unit of weight measurement for a diamond. Actually it refers to a diamond’s weight, not size! Comparing to diamond cut and carat, a larger carat diamond with poor cutting can appear smaller than a small carat diamond with higher cut grade.

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DIAMOND CLARITY

Most diamonds have tiny imperfections called inclusion. Many inclusions are too tiny to be seen by anyone other than a trained diamond grader. The clarity range is ranged from Flawless (perfect inside out) to Included (visible to naked eyes). The less visible the inclusion and the clarity level will be higher.

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DIAMOND COLOR

The color evaluation of most gem-quality diamonds is based on the absence of color. These distinctions make a very big different in diamond quality. The less color and the color grade will be higher, where color grades range from D to Z. (D is colorless and Z is tinted yellow or brown.)

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DIAMOND CUT

It’s the most important element as it has the greatest influence on a diamond sparkle. Even if the diamond has an ideal color grade or clarity, it may appeal dull if it has a poor cut.

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UNDERSTANDING DIAMOND PRICE

Trying to understand how diamonds are valued can be a challenge. If you understand these guidelines and you can easily save 20-30% off the price of your diamond. So let’s go through some of the most common diamond pricing questions.

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