Choosing the Perfect Diamond for you
A diamond’s cut refers to how well-proportioned the dimensions of a diamond are. Cut has the high influence on a diamond’s beauty and sparkle. Even a diamond with a flawless clarity grade (no blemishes or inclusions) can look glassy or dull if the cut is too shallow or deep.
Diamonds are graded for color on a scale from colorless, to light yellow and brown. Only the rarest of diamonds are completely colorless which is, D grade. Diamonds are graded for color D (colorless) to Z (visibly yellow) scale.
Diamond clarity is the assessment of small imperfections on the surface and within the stone. Surface flaws are called blemishes, while internal defects are known as inclusions. In most cases, a diamond’s beauty is not affected by these in any way since most inclusions can’t be seen with the naked eye.
The term carat refers to a the weight of the diamonds. Higher the carat weight the more expensive the diamonds.
This ring features stunning white diamond of G-H color and I2 clarity.
Diamond bridal engagement ring set includes an certificate from international gemological institute (IGI)
This diamond ring set featured an engagement ring and a wedding band
Includes an life time warranty and proudly made in USA