Diamond Education
  • Diamond carat weight is the measurement of how much a diamond weighs. A metric "carat" is defined as 200 milligrams. Each carat can be subdivided into 100 'points.' This allows very precise measurements to the hundredth decimal place.
  • A diamond’s cut is the most critical of the 4Cs because it’s what gives the diamond its brilliance, sparkle, and fire – the diamond’s three main attributes. When people talk about “brilliance,” they are referring to the amount of light a diamond reflects. “Fire”
  • Color is the second most significant grading aspect of buying or selling diamonds. Diamonds are graded based on their overall body color, on a scale developed by the GIA. This scale runs from "D" to "Z".
  • The least important diamond grade is clarity. Unfortunately, it is what many jewelers claim is most important, because it is the easiest to demonstrate. Anyone can put a diamond under a microscope and see if it has inclusions.
  • If you are ready to propose, then you are, no doubt, facing the small matter of buying the perfect diamond engagement ring. No worries, we’ve put together a short list of the top things to consider when buying a ring,
  • Cut. Color. Clarity. Carat Weight. For a first-time buyer, you might as well add Complicated to that list. Don`t worry, we’ve got you covered. Rest assured, beautiful diamonds can fit almost any budget.
  • What are the 4Cs of a diamond---especially when it comes to diamond grading? Peter Yantzer, Executive Director of AGS Laboratories, explains in this quick, informative video.

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