on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021
Like a fingerprint, every diamond is unique. One of the main contributing factors to a diamond’s individuality is its inclusions. An inclusion is an internal characteristic that is created during the formation stage of a diamond. They tell a story of the diamond’s journey from about 100 miles beneath the earth to its surface. Inclusions… Read More
on Wednesday, August 15th, 2018
in Diamond, Guides, Informational.
When looking to purchase a diamond, you’ll likely notice several key terms being used to describe the precious gemstone. While you’ve most likely heard some of these words before, you probably have no idea what they mean or how they could possibly relate to a diamond. Here are the main terms you need to know… Read More
on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
in Diamond, Informational.
Cut, color, clarity, and carat. These are the four characteristics that determine the quality, and thus value of a diamond. You may have wondered why two diamonds which look so similar can have completely different price tags. The reason has to do with their proportions, color, amount of flaws, and overall weight. Cut refers to… Read More