4C’s of diamond grading
The ultimate guide
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats, with one carat equivalent to 200 milligrams. Carat size influences a diamond's rarity and value in the world of gemmology.
In gemmology, the color of a diamond is graded on a scale from D to Z, assessing its degree of colorlessness or presence of yellow-brown tint. This evaluation influences its value.
Clarity evaluates a diamond’s freedom from internal and external clarity characteristics which occurred during formation, polishing, or wear and tear
Very Very Slightly Included
Very Slightly Included
The cut of a diamond is crucial, determining its brilliance and sparkle. A well-crafted cut enhances light reflection, showcasing the diamond's quality and creating a mesmerizing play of brilliance.
excellent to good
ideal - excellent to very good