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4 C's of Diamonds

4 C's of Diamonds

Learn about Cut

Diamond Cut

Diamond cut is how it unleashes light.

Diamond Experience diamonds are all graded Excellent or Very Good.

Diamond cut is a term referring to the style or shape of a diamond, as well as its precise aesthetic proportions. It describes the art and science of transforming a rough diamond into a faceted and polished gemstone with the goal of boosting its beauty and increasing its value. Cut encompasses three primary elements— symmetry, polish, and angle—each of which plays a vital role in determining the quality, value, and brilliance of the diamond.

Learn about Carat

Diamond Carat

Diamond carat measures a diamond’s obvious size.

Carat is a metric unit of measurement used to measure the weight and purity of diamonds. It is equal to 0.2 grams. The higher the carat weight of a diamond, the more valuable it is considered to be. The most common diamond shapes for calculating carat weight are round, marquise, pear, and princess.

Yes, diamond carat is an indication of its size. The carat is a unit of measurement used to measure the weight of diamonds, and is equivalent to 0.2 grams. The larger the carat weight of a diamond, the larger its size.

Learn about Grade

Diamond Grade

Diamond color is the absence of color within a diamond.

Diamond color evaluation is based on the absence of color. Diamond color becomes noticeable when minute particles of trace elements are found inside the lattice structure of diamond. Less trace elements means less color, meaning more rare, resulting in higher value. GIA’s D-to-Z diamond color-grading system measures the degree of colorlessness by comparing a stone under controlled lighting and precise viewing conditions to master stones of established color value.

Learn about Clarity

Diamond Clarity

Diamond Clarity refers to absence of internal inclusions and external blemishes.

Evaluating diamond clarity involves determining the number, size, relief, nature and position of the haracteristics and they affect the overall appearance of the stone. While no diamond is perfectly pure, the closer it comes, the higher the value.

To the naked eye a VS1 and SI2 may look exactly the same but these diamonds are quite different in terms of overall quality and value. This is why expert and accurate assessment of diamond clarity is extremely important by an independent lab such as GIA.

Learn about Metal Type


Diamond Experience Inc offers a choice of White, Rose or Yellow metal options.

White Metals

18K White Gold 10K White Gold
75% Gold 41.7% Gold
Harder than 10K Softer than 14K
Price: High Price: Low
Durability: High Durability: Medium
Silver Platinum
92% Silver 95% Platinum
Same as 10K Hardest
Price: Low Price: High
Durability: Medium Durability: Very High
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