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It is helpful to learn about diamond quality by thinking in terms of the "5 C's" of diamonds. When we appraise a diamond for worth, we look at the color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. If you'd like more information on your diamond, bring it in to be inspected and appraised by our professionals who have over 35 years of experience. We're here to help you with all your appraisal and repair needs.
Diamond clarity includes attributes such as the number, size, relief, nature, and position of inclusions and blemishes that are present in the diamond. These play a role in determining the value — the fewer blemishes and inclusions, the more valuable the diamond is.
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The accepted system to measure diamond color in the industry is on a D to Z scale. A diamond with a perfect structure will have no color and yields a higher value. Our team carefully looks at the color and other aspects of quality when determining value.
The diamond cut is valued by how well the small facets and shape of the diamond reflect light. We rate the cut based on very close inspection of the diamond. Diamonds are rated as excellent, very good, good, fair or poor cut. Factors such as brightness, scintillation, and fire also are taken into account when we determine cut.
The carat rating is determined simply by weight. The weight of one carat is 200 mg, and carats can be divided into "points," giving our professionals the chance to accurately and reliably determine the weight of your diamond.
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