Sunday, 18 April 2010

When you will buy Diamond Rings.

Posted on 18:54 by anika

People buys Diamond rings for some special occasions such as marriage day, birth day or engagement. But before going to buy a diamond ring for the first time you may be confused to take a brave decision.

You need to remember this '4C' before going to buy a Diamond ring. These C's are color, cut, clarity and caret. Sometimes there is another C that is cost.

The Color of a Diamond.

Diamonds are graded from D to Z. Colorless diamonds are categorized in D. You need to know the more colorless a diamond is, the more valuable it is. The grading finishes in Z - the light yellow colored diamond. Always try to bye colorless diamond because the more colorless it is , the more light will pass through it.

The Cut of a Diamond.

Many people mistakes thinking the cut of the diamond with the shape of it. But that's not right. The cut of the ring allows light to go through the stone and make sparkle.The better the cut of a diamond, the better the fiery and sparkling.

Cut can be something very hard for a layperson to evaluate, for this reason it is important to get an AGS Certificate or a GIA Certificate verifying the quality of your diamond. Cut is graded like Ideal, Premium, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor. Generally you should seek an Ideal to Very Good Diamond. Budget-conscious shoppers may opt for good.

The Clarity of a Diamond.

The Clarity is very important. Generally the diamond has small flaws, scratches, air bubble etc in the body of the diamond. The less inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable it is, and also the more beautiful it is.

The Caret of a Diamond.

This is the size of a diamond. There are some people who give priority to this over all. But you will have to intelligent to do this. First think why are you buying this. If you want to present it to someone, then think weather he or she wears very rich level jewelry, then take a small one. But if you do not have any problem with the budget then don't need to think about this. Just go ahead.

Before buying make sure the diamond is a GIA Certified.

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