Diamonds On Demand !
Searching for Diamonds ?
Engagement Rings ?
goldberry's collection of Celebration Bands, Eternity & Wedding Rings includes rare D Color VS Clarity White Diamonds, Natural Pink Diamonds, Burmese Rubies, Sapphires in Icy Blue, Cornflower Blue, Intense Blue and Fancy Color Sapphires in Pink, Lavender, Lilac, Champagne, Sunshine Yellow, Orange, Violet, Purple and Sea Green: prices
THE FOUR C's
The cut of a Diamond includes the facet design and overall proportions including polish and symmetry. The Cut Grade indicates the fire, brilliance and scintillation. The cut also refers to the many shapes of Diamonds; Round, Pear, Emerald, Marquise, Oval, Radiant, Princess, Trillion, Heart, European Cut, Old Miner, Flanders, Cushion, Asscher, Baguette, Kite, Star, Half Moon, Trapezoid, and Bullet.
The color of a Diamond refers
to the hue and saturation or lack of color within the body of the Diamond.
Diamond color occurs in shades of yellow, brown and gray which is produced
by different levels of nitrogen below the surface of the earth; little
to no nitrogen produces the most valuable colorless Diamond while high
levels of nitrogen produce the least expensive yellow and brown Diamond.
Color is graded by letter classification.
Clarity refers to the natural
inclusions within the Diamond. Inclusions can take different forms and
shapes. The Diamond's clarity is determined by the number, size and
location of the inclusions. There are eleven grades of clarity. Inclusions
present in VS2 Very Slightly Included and above are invisible
to the naked eye.
Carat is a unit of measurement equaling 1/5 of a gram. Carat weight is measured in whole and decimal units into the hundredths expressed as fractions or points. A one carat Diamond is 1.00 while a quarter carat or twenty-five point Diamond is .25