Because that's why you are buying a yellow diamond for it's amazing, heart pounding beauty and the magic it bestows on the luck lady (or man) that wears it. Silver was widely used in the Greek islands however only a few simple vessels, rings, pins, and headbands survive. Islamic jewelry of the early period is therefore extremely rare, represented only by a few items, such as buckles and bracelets of the Mongol periods and such pieces as the Gerona silver chest in Spain and the Berlin silver tankard of the 13th century, with embossed reliefs of animal friezes.
Explanation of Cut, Color and Clarity of This Diamond
Cut Quality Diamonds cut to ideal proportions are made to reflect the most amount of light. High percentage of diamond weight is lost in the process of shaping and polishing the diamond. Such diamonds are perceived as most brilliant and fiery, thus making this the most desirable cut. Because in making ideally cut diamonds more diamond material is sacrificed for the sake of appearance, they are usually more expansive.
Color J is the last letter that constitutes the near colorless range. Presence of yellow or brown tint may be noticeable to a non-professional. When mounted in yellow gold setting, such diamonds will appear colorless to the most people. J color diamond is a good buy for budget conscious.
Clarity Inclusions and external blemishes in diamonds of SI1 clarity may be easy to spot under 10X power magnification. Location of the inclusions greatly affect their visibility to the naked eye. SI1 diamonds of good color produce as good of a sparkle as the more expansive VS graded stones of lower color. Excellent bargains may be fond in this category.