Few cutters put the same time and care into cutting glass as they do into a diamond. There are a few simple steps you can take to ensure that your precious jewelry is in as perfect condition as the day you bought it. One of the best ways to keep your jewelry looking good is knowing when not to wear it.
Explanation of Cut, Color and Clarity of This Diamond
Cut Quality Cut quality is calculated based on simplified formulas that take into account diamond proportions, depth and table. If some of this information is not available we are unable to estimate the quality of the diamond's cut.
Color Slight presence of color may be detected in F color graded diamonds by an expert gemologist. The diamonds of this grade are considered colorless. Great choice for the purist. Look for a fluorescence rating of faint, inert, none, or negligible.
Clarity Diamonds of SI3 clarity are on a borderline between slightly included and included diamonds. SI3 grade inclusions are almost obvious under 10x magnification. Inclusions in such diamonds may be noticeable to the unaided eye. However, when observing the diamond "face up" as it is mounted in a ring, the inclusions are usually not visible.