Citrine, Chrysoberyl, Topaz, Zircon, Amber, Andalusite, Tourmaline, Garnets Violet- Amethyst, Garnets, Sapphire, Spinel, Tanzanite, Jadeite Orange-Sapphire, Garnets, Mandarin Garnet, Citrine, Topaz, Fire Opal I know that diamonds are the star but colored gems can share equal billing. The only thing to be kept in mind is the kind of jewelry she likes; is she the kind who will appreciate a chic, light platinum chain, or some antique jewelry, or maybe a simple silver plated bracelet. They finally realized that women will not be content with the same old ugly style flip flops that were available for years in a one-size, one-style fits all fashion.
Explanation of Cut, Color and Clarity of This Diamond
Cut Quality Ideal cut refers to the angles and proportions of a diamond that satisfy very precise mathematical formulas. The result is that the the ideal cut diamond internally reflects most light from one mirror-like facet to another and disperse and reflect it through the top of the stone. This results in a display of brilliance and fire, thereby placing ideal-cut diamonds higher on the quality pyramid than deep or shallow-cut diamonds.
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 SI1 clarity are slightly included grade one. Inclusions in SI1 diamonds are easily identified through a strong loupe. Finding flaws in this category with the naked eye is difficult. The diamonds in this category maintain their integrity, depending on the location of the inclusions.