To bring you the most exquisite and excellent quality diamonds, we practice a rigorous process to analyses and grade brilliance of each masterpiece. Our team of professional gemologists go beyond the traditional 4 C’s (Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat) to assess the diamond’s value and rarity, ensuring a perfect amalgamation of science, technology, and pure craftsmanship: a beautiful diamond.
Cut is the only characteristic of the 4 C’s influenced by the human hand. Precisely cut facets personify a perfect scintillation, a light reflecting internally from one mirror-like facet to another and disperses it through the crown of the gem. Cutting is the most crucial stage of diamond manufacturing. Our lapidaries apply specific parameters of angle and dimension with strict attention to the polished finish and take pride in delivering the excellent quality to bring you the most beautiful diamonds with perfect cuts.
Clarity refers to the internal inclusions or surface blemishes that are created in the diamond during its organic creation days within the earth. It means nearly every gemstone when retrieved inheres these natural fingerprints. The gem with fewer imperfections is more rare and higher on value. Clarity grades determine the purity of the diamond from Flawless(FL) to Included(I). Depending upon the number, type, color, size, and position of the inclusions or blemishes, the clarity grade is assigned to the diamond.
Diamond is graded on a color scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Color is the second most important detail while selecting the diamond. From white to near colorless, diamonds appear in various range of shades and it’s almost impossible for a human eye to spot a visual difference in grades ranging from D to H (near colorless). It demands an expert eye with master diamond sets of known grades to distinguish their colorlessness. Diamonds also occur in other hues like pink, green, blue, yellow, orange, and—the most unique—red. These gems—knows as ‘fancy diamonds’—are extremely rare and valued considerably more than the colorless.
The diamond’s weight is measured in Carat. 1 carat equals to 0.20 grams, further divided into 100 points. So, a 200-point diamond is of 2 carats (0.40 grams). Carat weight doesn’t entirely define preciousness of the diamond. It depends on three more essential factors: cut, clarity, and color. Thus, values of two diamonds having same carat weight may differ depending their cut, clarity, and color.