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Most diamonds are cut round with a full 58 facets, and a good cut, or make, has more scintillation, more sparkle. It is the work of a master cutter that allows the diamond to be cut in such a way as to permit the maximum amount of light to be reflected through the diamond, and that’s a great reflection on you. It is the cut that enables a diamond to make the best use of light.
The most common diamond color is yellow. Most diamonds have a slight hint of yellow and the diamond color scale is based on the amount of yellow present in a diamond.
Diamond color is graded according to the GIA Grading Scale. Grades are based on the amount of yellow that is visible when viewed facedown through the pavilion on a white diamond color card using daylight equivalent fluorescent light. Each color grade is based on a very small range. When a diamond is color graded it is compared using a set of master stones. Master stones are a set of real diamonds that display a range of known colors. It is extremely difficult to see the color differences within diamonds, but master stones help graders distinguish between one color and the next.
|F||1+||TOP WESSELTON||EXTRA WHITE+|
|I||3||TOP CRYSTAL||WHITE WITH LIGHT COLOR|
|K||5||TOP CAPE||LIGHT COLOR|
|O||9||LIGHT YELLOW||COLOR 2|
A carat is a unit of measurement, it’s the unit used to weigh a diamond. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 grams.iamonds and other gThe process that forms a diamond happens only in very rare circumstances, and typically the natural materials required are found only in small amounts. That means that larger diamonds are uncovered less often than smaller ones. Thus, large diamonds are rare and have a greater value per carat. For that reason, the price of a diamond rises exponentionaly to its size.
A continuación presentamos una tabla para brillantes de distinto tamaño.
|Diam., mm||Peso, ct||Diam., mm||Peso, ct||Diam., mm||Peso, ct|
When we speak of a diamond’s clarity, we are referring to the presence of identifying characteristics on (blemishes) and within (inclusions) the stone.
If you think about the incredible amount of pressure it takes to create a diamond and the fact that natural diamonds are not grown in a sterile laboratory, it’s no surprise that most diamonds have flaws.
Basically there are two types of flaws: inclusions and blemishes. Inclusions refer to internal flaws and blemishes refer to surface flaws. However, in the diamond grades listed below, you’ll note that none of the grades include the term “blemish” — for the purposes of grading diamonds, all flaws are called “inclusions.”
Inclusions include flaws such as air bubbles, cracks, and non-diamond minerals found in the diamond. Blemishes include scratches, pits, and chips. Some blemishes occur during the cutting processes (most often at the girdle). Diamonds with no or few inclusions and blemishes are more highly valued than those with less clarity because they are rarer.
|DEGREES OF CLARITY||DESCRIPTION DEGREES OF CLARITY (INTERNATIONAL DIAMOND COUNCIL)|
|LOUPE – CLEAN (IF)||A diamond is named “Loupe-Clean” when after having been studied by an expert with a 10 x magnifying glass and a correct illumination, no inclusions have been found.
That means the diamond has no internal inclusions more visible than a 5 microns small point and internal brightness.
|VVS 1 – VVS 2||Very small inclusions that can hardly be found with a 10 x magnifying glass. The size, position and number of inclusions will determine the difference between VVS1 and VVS2.|
|VS 1 – VS 2||Very small inclusions that can be found with some difficulty with a 10 x magnifying glass. The size, position and number of inclusions will determine the difference between VS1 and VS2.|
|Si 1 – Si 2||Small internal inclusions that can easily be found with a 10 x magnifying glass. The size, position and number of them will determine the difference between SI1 and SI2.|
|I 1 – I 2 – I 3||Big and/or frequent internal inclusions that can easily be seen and that reduce the diamond brilliance.|
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