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Average Color: G-H
Average Clarity: VS2-VS1
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ColorOur diamond inventory follows a grading scale of D through M using the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and the European Gemological Laboratory grading systems. A grade of “D” is pure white in color, growing slightly darker in shade with each subsequent letter up to “M.”
ClarityThe clarity of a diamond is based on the visibility of internal and external flaws. The fewer blemishes and inclusions, the higher the clarity grade of a diamond. A flawless diamond is free of all inclusions and blemishes under 10x magnification.
CutA diamond’s beauty depends heavily on the cut. With the assistance of a highly trained cutter, a diamond can manipulate light very efficiently. It takes a very high level of skill to polish and cut a diamond perfectly for maximum fire and brilliance.
PolishPolish refers to the overall condition or smoothness of the diamond’s surface and facets.
SymmetrySymmetry refers to the diamond’s outline, shape, placement and alignment of its facets. Poor symmetry can seriously affect a diamond’s fire and sparkle.
FluorescenceFluorescence is the level of reaction a diamond has when exposed to Ultra Violet light.
PhotoPhotos of the actual diamond have been provided by some of our diamond dealers and cutters. We’ve provided a simple way for you to sort through them. When you click the “Only show results which contain diamond photographs” all of the search results will appear with a red camera icon.
CaratContrary to popular belief, the term carat doesn’t simply refer to the size of a diamond. It refers to the diamond’s weight. Two diamonds with the same carat weight can look completely different from one another.
DepthDepth refers to the height of a diamond. If the depth is too high or too low, it will lose light and cause the diamond to have less sparkle.
TableThe table refers to the largest facet on the top of a polished diamond.
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*EGL USA is known to be more lenient in their diamond grading. It is not uncommon to see a difference of 1-2
color grades and 1-2 clarity grades when comparing to GIA standards. Diamonds with particular grades
certified by EGL USA are generally priced lower than diamonds with the same grade certified by GIA.
This diamond is flawless and has no inclusions or blemishes when viewed under 30x magnification. Diamonds in this classification are extremely rare.
This diamond is internally flawless and has no inclusions visible when viewed under 30x magnification. Minor scratches or blemishes may be seen on the surface of the diamond.
This VVS1 diamond has very very small inclusions that are complicated to find under 30x magnification. This clarity costs a great deal less than that of a diamond in the IF category.
This VVS2 diamond has very small inclusions that are complicated to find under 30x magnification. The rarity of a diamond with this kind of clarity demands a higher price than a diamond in the VS category.
A VS1 diamond has very small inclusions when viewed under 10x magnification. VS1 clarity is a great value for those looking for a very high clarity as they are less expensive than the VVS categories and hardly distinguishable from them.
If you’re looking for the perfect combination of quality and value, VS2 is perfect. Under a 10x magnification, inclusions are rarely ever seen. VS2 grade is a great combination of quality and value.
An SI1 diamond has slight inclusions when viewed under 10x magnification. Inclusions like this are normally unnoticeable to the naked eye. SI1 clarity is a great choice because there are no visible inclusions to the naked eye and it offers the same beauty and brilliance for a lower price when compared to diamonds of a higher grade.
This diamond has slight inclusions when viewed under 10x magnification. Diamonds with an SI2 grade represent the best value as the small inclusions have no effect on the brilliance of the diamond. This is a very popular choice for someone looking for a larger diamond without breaking their budget.
This diamond has inclusions that can be seen under 10x magnification and may be visible to the naked eye.
This diamond has inclusions or blemishes that may easily be visible to the naked eye, but still has the highest clarity when compared to other included diamonds.
This diamond has inclusions that can easily been seen by the naked eye. These inclusions diminish brilliance.
A diamond of this color grade is highly prized, as a diamond with less color has never been found. This grade of diamond is absolutely colorless.
An E-color diamond is colorless to the unaided eye. Only a trained gemologist using special equipment can determine any color difference between a D- and an E-color diamond.
In an F-color diamond, no color is visible to an untrained eye. As the least expensive diamond color in the colorless range, F-color diamonds display minimal color difference from D- or E-color diamonds and offer a lower price.
This diamond is nearly colorless. A diamond with G-color has an extremely faint tint that is only noticeable to a trained gemologist. G-color diamonds make for beautiful jewelry and they offer an outstanding value, since they are less expensive than the colorless grades, but appear to the eye to be colorless when mounted.
This diamond offers an exceptional balance of color and cost in the near-colorless range. If you choose an H-color grade diamond, you can buy a larger diamond for the same price as a higher color grade. The very slight tint is generally not noticeable.
This diamond produces a warm brilliancy not found in the higher grade colors. I-color diamonds are less expensive than other diamonds, so you can buy a larger diamond for the same price as a higher color grade. Note: If this diamond has medium or strong blue fluorescence, its slight tint will be partially masked, making the diamond appear whiter to the eye.
This diamond produces a warm brilliancy not found in the higher grade colors. As the least expensive diamonds in the near-colorless range, J-color diamonds present the best value in diamond color, so you can buy a larger diamond for the price. Note: If this diamond has medium or strong blue fluorescence, its slight tint will be partially masked, making the diamond appear whiter to the eye.
This diamond has a very faint yellow tint. Even with the presence of color, these diamonds can still emit fire and beauty.
This diamond has a light but noticeable yellow or brown tint.
A diamond of this color grade is highly prized, as a diamond with less color has never been found. This grade of diamond is absolutely colorless. This diamond has a light but noticeable yellow or brown tint.
This excellent/ideal cut diamond meets the most stringent requirements for depth and table percentage. This cut of diamond offers the most brilliance possible.
A very good cut diamond has depth and table percentages which fall just outside of those set for an ideal cut diamond. This diamond reflects almost all light that enters it and its brilliance is very similar to an ideal cut. This diamond will sell at a lower price than an ideal cut diamond yet possesses very similar characteristics.
A good cut diamond reflects most light that enters it. A good cut diamond gives you very good brilliance and is much less expensive than a very good cut. A good cut grade is a very popular choice.
A good cut diamond reflects most light that enters it. A good cut diamond gives you very good brilliance and is much less expensive than a very good cut. A good cut grade is a very popular choice.A fair cut diamond is lower in cost and value. More attention is given to maximizing the weight of the diamond rather than the brilliance, leading the diamonds to be cut to less-than-perfect proportions.
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Possessing fire, brilliance, and lust that far surpasses even that of a diamond, Moissanite twinkles and sparkles unlike any gemstone on earth. Composed of carbon'sand silicon, the Moissanite crystal is one of the hardest and toughest known elements on earth, making it extremely resistant to scratching, chipping and breaking.
Moissanite, also known as silicon carbide, was first discovered in minute quantities from particles carried to earth by a meteorite 50,000 years ago. It is now available as faceted gemstones in a large array of shapes and sizes.
Unlike other brilliant stones that cloud and dull with time, Moissanite is guaranteed to never lose its optical properties. Therefore, it will be every bit as beautiful, fiery and brilliant generations from now as the day you purchased it.
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