The authenticity and quality of diamonds is guaranteed by international certificates GIA*
The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is a nonprofit institution dedicated to research and education in gemology and jewelry, located in Carlsbad, California.
Founded in 1931, GIA is committed to protecting all buyers and sellers of gemstones by setting and maintaining the standards used to evaluate gem quality. The Institute does this through research services, gem identification and diamond grading, and a variety of educational programs. Through its world renowned library and subject matter experts, the GIA acts as an information resource on gemstones and jewelry for the trade, the public and the global media.
In 1953, the GIA developed its own International Diamond Grading System (cut, clarity, color and carat weight) as a standard for comparing and evaluating diamond quality.
The authentic origin of diamonds is guaranteed by a world renowned company De Beers*
De Beers is an international corporation engaged in the extraction, processing and sale of natural diamonds, as well as the production of synthetic diamonds for industrial purposes. Founded in 1888 in what is now South Africa.
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The cut determines how the facets of a diamond interact with light.
The shape of a diamond is its geometric feature. According to their shape, diamonds are divided into two groups: round diamonds and fancy-shaped diamonds. Round diamonds, also known as round diamonds, have the most traditional shape. Fancy shape diamonds - any non-circular diamonds. Fancy shapes include princess, cushion, marquise, heart, emerald, oval, pear cut diamonds ...
Round brilliant cut is one of the most popular for its intense sparkle. Round cut diamonds achieve maximum brilliance. Over 56 facets reflect light that shimmers in tiny rainbows in an exciting play of sparkle and contrast.
Princess cut diamonds
The princess cut is the most popular fancy diamond shape, popular for its contemporary style and brilliance. Princess cut is a modified pointed square brilliant cut. The cut includes over 50 chevron-shaped facets and is characterized by exceptional brilliance. Princess cut diamonds can be square or rectangular, depending on the length to width ratio.
Emerald cut diamonds
Emerald cut diamonds are sought after for their understated charm and eye-catching depth. This octagonal, stepped cut features parallel, rectangular facets. The large, open area emphasizes the perfect color and crystal clarity of the stone.
Cushion cut diamonds
The cushion cut is also traditionally called the cushion cut. Rounded edges smooth out the corners of these square or rectangular cut diamonds. The cushion cut is a unique interpretation of the classic round brilliant cut.
The oval shape is a sophisticated combination of round brilliant cut and marquise cut. This brilliant cut features facets that shimmer in the light. It creates the illusion of elongated fingers. Bright and sophisticated, the oval diamond has a unique shape to express your personality.
Pear cut diamonds
The pear shape combines round and marquis cut to create a teardrop shape with an unusual play of light. Along with oval and marquise cut diamonds, pear cut diamonds visually lengthen the finger, especially if their pointed end is directed towards the nail.
Heart shaped diamonds
Heart shaped gems are a classic symbol of love. They have a precise length-to-width ratio to achieve strict symmetry. Sentimental and as rare as a true bond, heart cut diamonds are a great choice for classic romantics.
The degree of absence of internal defects
Diamond clarity - the degree of absence of internal defects and rarity of the stone, which is determined at 10x magnification. A stone is considered flawless if no inclusions (internal defects) and surface (external) defects are visually detected at 10x magnification.
FL diamonds are free from defects
IF diamonds - diamonds without internal defects
VVS diamonds (1 and 2) have very, very minor inclusions
Diamonds VS (1 and 2) have very slight inclusions
SI diamonds (1 and 2) have minor inclusions
I1 I2 I3
Diamonds I (1, 2 and 3) have noticeable inclusions
Color refers to the natural hue of white diamonds. In nature, most white diamonds have a light shade of yellow. The more colorless a diamond is, the less frequent it is. The industry standard for color grading involves comparing each stone to a reference row and assigning a letter designation ranging from “D” (colorless) to “Z” (light yellow).
Very light yellow