Carat - The Measuring Unit Carat is the unit that is used to measure diamonds. What's the skinny on fashion these days. Let's take off the fake, and look at what fashion really means to most people.
Explanation of Cut, Color and Clarity of This Diamond
Cut Quality Diamonds of fair cut quality are still quite attractive, but they may not be as brilliant as the top 3 grades. Fair cut diamonds are proportioned to yield more carat weight from the diamond rough. Such diamonds may be attractive to budget-conscious customers.
Color An E color diamond is extremely rare and slightly less expensive than a D but is so similar that most people won’t be able to tell the difference. You pay a serious premium for an E color diamond. Diamonds of this color grade will appear colorless even when observed face down.
Clarity Diamonds of I1 clarity are included. Typically inclusions in I1 diamonds can be seen with the naked eye through the crown side of the diamond. Although visible usually such inclusions only slightly affect the brilliancy of the diamond. I1 clarity diamonds may be a good choice for budget conscious customers.