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How to choose a diamond step 1: 4Cs

If you’re looking into how to choose a diamond, the first step is getting to know the 4Cs – carat weight, color, cut and clarity. The 4Cs is a diamond grading system developed by the GIA to standardize the grading of all loose diamonds in the world today. Carat weight is the weight of a diamond expressed in carat, where 1 carat equals 100 grams. It is also an indication of size as weight and size increase, although disproportionately. Color refers to the absence of color, ranging from colorless D to yellowish Z. Color diamonds are graded on a different scale. Cut is both diamond shape and the cutting of a diamond performed by diamond cutters. Clarity refers to the degree of perfection in a diamond, where IF is Flawless and SI3 has obvious inclusions and blemishes. Altogether, the 4Cs are what makes a diamond shine, unique and determine its value. That’s the first thing you should know when figuring out how to choose a diamond.

How to choose a diamond

How to choose a diamond step 2: diamond grading

All diamonds today are graded, yet there a few different diamond grading labs that perform diamond grading. When you’re learning how to choose a diamond, it is important that you the number one diamond grading source: GIA. In fact, all other diamond grading labs have based their methodologies and diamond grading scales on the GIA system. By all professionals in the industry, the GIA is regarded as the number one source when it comes to diamond grading. Always insist your diamond comes with a diamond certificate. Our diamond experts can help you read diamond certificates and teach you more about how to choose a diamond.

How to choose a diamond step 3: wholesale diamond prices

How to choose a diamond is difficult enough, but finding a diamond you like that’s within your budget can prove equally difficult. One way to make your life a lot easier, and save a lot of money, is to buy loose diamonds at wholesale prices. This easily saves you 50-70% off retail prices. So in fact, you can buy a much bigger diamond within the same budget. Our diamond experts can help you to source the worldwide inventory of loose wholesale diamonds available on the market today. Ask for a free quote to see which diamonds are available right now, worldwide.

 

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