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The basics to Buying a Diamond! I think a 1 carat center stone is the perfect size for a ring. ( not too small or big) personally i think for any decent size stone it should be G color or better and SI1 or SI2 in clarity or better. That way you cant see a yellow hue and the inclusions aren't so noticable. Really small side stones (melee stones) dont have to be as nice because its less noticiable. The cut should always be at least rated Good or higher.

The basics to Buying a Diamond! I think a 1 carat center stone is the perfect size for a ring. ( not too small or big) personally i think for any decent size stone it should be G color or better and SI1 or SI2 in clarity or better. That way you cant see a yellow hue and the inclusions aren't so noticable. Really small side stones (melee stones) dont have to be as nice because its less noticiable. The cut should always be at least rated Good or higher.

Routine Life Measurements: Diamonds 4c Grading (Cut, Clarity, Color & Carat)  Shape: Oval, Cushion Color: DEFG Clarity VVS1, VVS2 VS1 VS2 Carat: 1.3-2.0 Cut: Very Good, Good  (The cut isn't the shape- it's the way the diamond is cut allowing the light in.. the brightness)

Diamonds 4c's Grading (Cuts/Shapes, Clarity, Colors/Colours & Carats) Hiray Ki Pehchan/Pahchan (Gems Stones, Real Stones, Pather, Jewlary) Diamonds 4c's Grading (Cuts/Shapes, Clarity, Colors/Colours & Carats) Hiray Ki Pehchan/Pahchan (Gems Stones, Real Stones, Pather, Jewlary) Diamonds 4c's Grading (Cuts/Shapes, Clarity, Colors/Colours & Carats) Hiray Ki Pehchan/Pahchan (Gems Stones, Real Stones, Pather, Jewlary)

Diamond chart for Ben...Hehehehe I would settle for colour D to J. Weight I can do 1.5ct to 2.0ct. Clarity, I dont want anything below SI2. And I only like round cut

Diamond Chart: Color, Carat or Weight, Clarity, Cut. Best diamond grading CCCC diagram that explains how to buy a diamond or at least help you ask the right questions when you are at a jewelry store. Diamond clarity, color, grading and cut are the key decision criteria for buying a diamond. This chart will give

Mine is brilliant cut - appraised at "I" or better. -Near Flawless VVS1 Tacori. Because Kyle is a sweetheart.

If you're considering buying a diamond, it's essential that you understand the basics of diamond quality. A chart can help, especially if you're comparing ...

Today spectacular range of #diamondjewelry is available, but selecting a right kind of diamond can be an overwhelming experience. To buy quality diamond jewelry you need to take in to account the 4C chart i.e. Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat weight. It’s a universally accepted standard for grading diamond created by GIA  (Gemological Institute of America) in 1950.

The strikingly beautiful and scintillating diamond jewellery has never failed to impress any woman till date. Diamond jewellery is evergreen. It’s timeless and signifies glamour, luxury and indulg…