A diamond’s shape is one of its most defining characteristics.
In my role as a owner of diamonds company, I frequently offer guidance to clients in selecting the ideal diamond shape that complements their individual style preferences. While the classic round diamond remains the most ubiquitous option, I strongly encourage exploring the variety of shapes available to discover a perfect match. It is essential to note that each diamond shape is cut to unique specifications, resulting in differing levels of light reflection that impart a distinct brilliance and sparkle to each shape.
The color of a diamond is one of the four main characteristics that determine its value, along with carat weight, cut, and clarity. In general, the less color a diamond has, the more valuable it is.
Fluorescence is an important factor when buying a diamond.
A Diamond Grading Report includes all of a stone’s defining characteristics and scores.
A high quality diamond cut will result in a symmetrical, brilliant stone that reflects the maximum brilliance.
Diamond clarity indicates the presence or absence of inclusions and blemishes within a diamond.