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Carat weight is the physical weight of the diamond; 1 Carat equals 1/5th of a gram. But that's not what's important, what is important is that the higher the carat weight of your jewelry or diamond the more it will shine, provided that you backed your carat weight with other characteristics that make the diamonds so special. We give unparalleled advice on how to decide what the most practical combination of diamond characteristics are most suitable for you and your jewelry. Listed below are a few combination with specific jewelry objectives, figure out your objective and the method of reaching it should be listed above.
After years of being a jewelry consumer you will finally realize that quantity will not beat out quality, and for this you want to go with a minimum of VS1 F color. However, we rarely manufacture jewelry with this grade on a massive scale simply because few customers can appreciate it, pay for it, or even recognize it when they see it.
The most practical pristine grades with microscopic flaws only trained professionals can notice in some certain light conditions. Great grade when coupled with G-F color.
G color is the finest achievable color that can be sought after for being near colorless without breaking the bank. H is a close second but has a noticeable difference to a diamond professional. A grade between G and H is what we call G-H which is a great way of enjoying near colorless diamonds without paying the colorless price.
Of all the various diamond shapes, the most popular by far is the round diamond. It takes center stage in the classic engagement ring a round, solitaire diamond set either in yellow gold or platinum. Shapes other than round are called fancy shapes. There are many different round brilliant diamond cuts from the ideal cut diamond such as the 58 facets - to the patented and even 66-facet Leo Diamond cut.
Pave setting is a very unique form of securing a gemstone. There are a few types of pave setting, mainly pre-set, micro or hand setting. The hardest of these is the hand-setting which can be done on almost any metal surface. This hand setting takes years to learn and even longer to perfect, but once mastered it is one of the most impressive settings out there. Best used on icing out almost anything that has not been originally designated for diamond setting such as sides of diamond watches, bands, rings and almost anything with a thick metal surface. For custom work Pave is the setting of choice.
18K also know as 750 because it is 75% pure gold. 18K is relatively the purest form of gold that we can use to manufacture quality diamond jewelry. An advantage of 18k is that it catches rhodium better then lower grades of gold. This gives 18K gold a much nicer white luster at first; but unfortunately when rhodium wears off 18K white gold is left looking yellowish and dull. However with yellow gold, 18k will retain the most high quality gold luster possible to practically use with diamond jewelry forever. 18k is heavy, precious, soft and should mostly be used in jewelry generally under 20 grams.
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