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  • How do I know if a diamond is genuine?

    You will not. You need to be an expert and use specialised equipment to make sure a diamond is real. Do not trust ideas like scratching a beer

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  • Which shape gives me the greatest value for my money?

    Round brilliant diamond has the most brilliance, and the most popular. Fancy diamonds look more elegant in larger sizes. Also, they tend to loo

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  • What is the structure of a diamond?

    1. Facet: any of the flat "sides" of the diamond. 2. Table: On a brilliant  cut stone...the top octagonal facet

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  • OK now that I know the terminology, what are the more important factors?

    The  first six terms describe the geometry of the diamond. Fire and sparkle are variable characteristics that are determined by the propor

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  • How many facets does a diamond have?

    On a brilliant full-cut stone, there are 58 facets; 32 facets plus the table above the girdle and 24 facets plus the culet below the girdle. So

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  • What is the most important C in the choice of a diamond? Colour or Clarity?

    The most desirable colour of the diamond is white. The Colour scale ranges from D to Z, where D is the whitest of  the white and hence mos

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  • What is most important of the 4 Cs in India?

    In India, Colour takes precedence over Cut. The order or priority for most Indian customers if Colour > Cut > Clarity.   In Sou

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  • Is the shape the same as the cut?

    No. They are different. The real "cut" as it is referred to deals with the quality of the final product in terms of its maxim

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  • What is an "Ideal Cut"?

                    The "Ideal Cut" is a cut based on a specif

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  • I know that most rings have inclusions; what is OK and what is not?

    Avoid the following flaws: 1.Large milky or cloudy areas 2. Big cracks...they threaten the durability. These include 

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  • Is there any way to identify a poor cut?

    Yes. Well, you can tell if a stone is poorly cut by looking for the following: 1. A white circle resembling a donut in the f

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  • What is the shape of the diamond used in engagement rings?

    The most common is the round brilliant cut. It reflects more light back from the table, accounting for the beauty of  the diamond. Due to

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  • What is the best shape of diamond for an engagement ring?

    The best shape of diamond for a ring depends on: 1. Personal preference 2. Desired brilliance (round brilliant cut has th

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  • Should I get my diamond set in platinum or gold?

    A platinum setting will usually work best with a diamond, though it is usually a little more expensive. Because platinum is a stronger metal, y

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  • How can I be sure that I receive the same diamond after sent for inspection or remounting?

    Know where the inclusions are on your stone. Inclusions are the signature of diamond, which are the identifying marks. You can have it certifie

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  • What should I look for in the workmanship of the stone?

    In a brilliant cut, 1.Make sure it is round. 2.Make sure the culet is not chipped or broken. 3.The girdle shou

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  • Which are the most popular fancy colours in diamonds?

    Fancy colored diamonds are called Z+ diamonds. These Z+ diamonds are the rarest hence the most expensive Z+ is more expensive than D s. Yellow

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  • How are colour diamond prices determined?

    Retail pricing is generally set by observing the prices of the competition, but prices depend on several factors:    &nb

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  • What else should I know about colour diamond prices?

    Remember that:             1.Clarity, colour distribution  and cut together

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  • Is a fancy coloured diamond judged for clarity just like a white diamond?

    In a white diamond, clarity can make or break  the stone, and VS clarity is usually ideal. For fancy colour diamonds, clarity is not the m

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  • Do colour undertones affect the diamond's worth?

    A secondary undertone that enhances the color  of a diamond is a plus. A secondary that detracts from the color is a negative. For instanc

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  • What type of inclusions do you see most in colour diamonds?

    In coloured diamonds, the inclusions are often crystals that exhibit much the same colour as the diamonds. To the untrained eye, these crystals

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  • What is a Cubic Zirconia?

    Cubic Zirconia stones are a man-made diamond simulants with optical characteristics very close to natural diamonds. On the mohs scale of 1-10 f

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  • What are "synthetic" diamonds?

    Real diamonds have been created naturally through intense levels of heat and pressure deep within the ground. All natural diamonds are thought

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  • What are "Conflict" diamonds?

    There exists an illegal trade in diamonds in several parts of the world, and the money is used to fund conflicts (war and other outrages). Thes

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  • Is it possible to have the certificate number 'engraved' onto the diamond?

    Each GIA certified diamond of less than one carat in size has its unique certificate number microscopically laser inscribed into its girdle, me

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  • How does the HRD certificate compare to GIA certificate?

    GIA is the oldest lab and so has become the most well-recognised and reputed, especially in the United States. On the other hand, HRD is well-re

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  • Is it important that I buy a diamond that is accompanied by a certificate?

    Yes. Buying with a certificate from a recognized authority such as the AGS, GIA, HRD or IGI means that your diamond has the credentials to

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  • What are the "4'Cs" relating to diamond quality?

    The four 4'Cs are Carat (weight), Colour, Clarity and Cut of the stone. 1. Carat : The weight of the stone, ref

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