We consulted the world's leading diamond experts to help us understand how to get the best value from an engagement ring purchase. Here are their recommendations
A structurally perfect white diamond has no hue. The degree of a diamond's colorlessness is graded on a scale from Z(light yellow) to D (colorless), with colorless stones being the most valuable.
Any color after G is hard to distinguish from human eye, so buying beyond this is not worth it.
The less impurities or inclusions a diamond has, the clearer and more expensive it is. Inclusions occur when the diamond forms in the earth's mantle, as it was crystallized under heat and pressure, so while there are treatments that boast creating a clearer stone, a “flawless" diamond is extremely rare. Similar to color, the clarity of a diamond is also measured on a scale from SI1 (impurities) to FL(flawless)
Any clarity after VS1 is hard to distinguish from human eye, so buying beyond this is not worth it.
Carats refer to the weight of the diamond. As the carat size increases, so does its rarity and, of course, its price tag. It is the biggest driver of price.
Significant savings on 1.95 ct vs 2.0 while they are same to a naked eye. We recommend you to buy a closer number. Most jewelers would say they don’t have 1.95 in stock - but we have - we want to offer the best value for your money.
We offer only the best cut, color and clarity - all you need to choose is carat - its that simple.