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  December 15, 2017

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6.00CTW BEZEL GRADUATED DIAMOND NECKLACE
6.00CTW BEZEL GRADUATED DIAMOND NECKLACE
$4795.00
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.80CTW LINK BEZEL STYLE
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The 4 C's

Cut
The closer to "ideal" a diamond is cut, the more a cutter will charge per carat. Charts are available which will give you the statistical data for cuts determined to be very good,good, fair or poor (notify us of your request). This information can be useful to help you determine variances in cost when comparing certified diamonds. Most diamonds sold are of good to poor in cut standards. Quite frankly, most people cannot physically see the difference between a excellent and good cut. Actual ideal cut percentage statistics are still in dispute. Even GIA has refused to put grades on cut (to date).
 
Color
Traditionally refers to the body color of a diamond. Colorless is rarer and therefore more valuable than yellow-tinted diamonds. It is difficult for most consumers to see any yellow until after the near colorless range.
 
Clarity
Clarity refers to the number, size and location of inclusions within a diamond. The less inclusions the rarer, and therefore more valuable. In general terms,if you select SI2 or higher you will not (in most cases) see inclusions with your naked eye.
 
Carat (weight)
Carat Weight The size of a diamond has the biggest impact on its price. The metric carat, which equals 0.20 gram, is the standard unit of weight for diamonds and most other gems. If other factors are equal, the more a stone weighs, the more valuable it will be. Here are several ways to express 1 carat:
  • 1 ct.
  • 200 milligrams
  • 1/5 gram
  • 100 points
  • 4 grainer (not often used in retail environment)
It is very important not to mistake carat weight as referring to the dimensions of a diamond. It refers to weight only. Why the distinction? Because weight can hide in different parts of the stone. You can have a) well-cut, b) deep, or c) shallow Diamonds. Some may appear larger than others due to its cut.

Prices of diamonds are expressed in the trade as a price per carat. So when we say that the Carat Weight has the biggest impact on the price of the stone, we refer to the unit price per carat, not just the overall price of the whole stone.



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