goldberry sources diamonds from D to F color and VS2 or higher clarity.  goldberry’s goal is to find the very best diamond in the current market and at the lowest price.  goldberry promises to beat the competition in retail stores or match online prices !

Found a setting you love ? Provide a top/side view and goldberry will produce a CAD drawing with measurements and renderings. Or, choose a setting from the goldberry collection.

Have your own diamond ? goldberry can set your diamond. And, you may select from goldberry’s excellent D color VS clarity melee (small) diamonds, rubies, blue or fancy color sapphires to add to your custom piece.




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.  Little to no nitrogen present when the Diamond is formed produces the most valuable colorless Diamond while high levels of nitrogen present when the Diamond is formed produces the least expensive yellowish Diamond. Color is graded by letter classification:

D Absolutely colorless perfect (goldberry specialty)
E F Very slightly yellow near colorless
G H I J increased yellow 
K through Z Degrees of Yellow and Brown 
Rare Fancy Color Diamonds: Pink, Blue, Yellow, Green, etc.


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.

FL IF Flawless Internally Flawless
VVS1 VVS2 Very Very Slightly Included
VS1 VS2 Very Slightly Included
SI1 SI2 Slightly Included
I1 I2 I3 Included

Clarity is generally determined using a 10 X Loupe or 10 X Microscope. goldberry provides a 20X Loupe for viewing Diamonds so that inclusions are easily identified even to the untrained 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

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