Diamond Education

When it comes to Diamond Education we try to educate our viewers to deliver the best knowledge regarding the diamonds. If you are going to buy diamonds and you don’t have enough knowledge about how to buy and what to buy then you should have proper Diamond Education. This blog is to Educate the one who is about to purchase diamonds and love diamonds. Diamond education is necessary for purchasing any diamond accessory or jewelry.

At Gemone Diamonds, we adhere to the highest standards while making each diamonds. Gemone Diamonds make diamonds with perfection to fit them in any type of diamond jewelry. Our collection consists various loose diamonds and polished diamonds. We get our diamonds tested by the GIA or with The IGI on the high standard of quality. Also, we make varieties of loose diamonds in calibrated sizes in various colors. We also make diamonds in black, purple, blue, yellow colors in round brilliant and fancy shapes. If you want them in small sizes then we can make them in small calibrated sizes too. We also make a wide variety of rough diamonds, diamond faceted beads & diamond strands.

Below you will know in detail about the different variety of diamond shapes. You will know more about diamonds with the help of diamond 4 C’s clarity, cut, Carat and color. 4 C’s are the Important part of Diamond Education. Let’s learn more about diamonds in this Diamond Education Section.

Diamond Shape

There are a variety of shapes made in the natural diamond industry.
diamond shape

Diamond Color

People consider color as the most important factor while selecting diamonds.
diamond colors

Diamond Certification

A Diamond Grading Report includes all of the stone’s defining characteristics and scores.
diamond certification

Diamond Carat

A unit of weight for a diamond. Equal to 200 milligrams, or one-fifth of a gram.
diamond carat

Diamond Cut

A diamond’s cut grade is an aim measure of a diamond’s light performance…
diamond cut

Diamond Clarity

You will know much from diamonds clarity but of all the 4 C’s it is easiest to understand.
Diamond Clarity

Diamond Culet

The culet is the tiny facet or point at the bottom of a diamond, where the pavilion facets meet.
Diamond Culet

Diamond Girdle

The girdle is the thin perimeter of a diamond, dividing the crown from the pavilion.
Diamond Girdle

Diamond Fluorescence

A loose pearl with fluorescence will exude a gentle, bluish glow when placed under UV.
Diamond Fluorescence

Diamond Polish & Symmetry

Polish and symmetry are key elements that impact a diamond’s finish and sparkle.
Diamond Polish & Symmetry

Diamond Depth & Table

Learn how diamond depth and table affect its cut and brilliance.
Diamond-Depth-&-Table

Types of Diamond Flaws in Diamonds 4C’s & New C’s

Diamonds often own unique markings – either internal (inclusions) or external (blemishes). A diamond’s clarity grade depends on the absence or presence of such inclusions.

The following lists some common terms used for diamonds’ internal and external characteristics.

External FlawsInternal Flaws
  • Natural – unpolished surface,
    the original ‘skin’ of rough diamond
  • Cleavage or feather – inclusion along the atomic grain
  • Pit – small indentation on a flat surface
  • Fracture – irregularly shaped break
  • Cavity – opening on the surface
  • Included – inclusions within a diamond
  • Nick – minor surface chip
  • Carbon spot – included crystal
  • Grain/twinning line – irregularity in crystal growth
  • Pinpoint – small included crystal (appears white)
  • Scratch – small groove (can be due to normal wear)
  • Cloud – a group of pinpoints
  • Chip – broken along the external edge
  • Internal grain line – the visible part of internal grain structure
  • Laser drill hole – clarity enhancements to
    remove/reduce the appearance of inclusions
  • Bearded or feathered girdle – minute to small
    hairline fracture extending from girdle into stone

The clarity grade of a diamond not only affects its value and price. It can also be a good sign of the diamond’s vulnerability. Heavy included diamonds that can be prone to breakage.

Diamonds 4C’s & New C’s: Care and Certification.

CareDiamonds 4C's & New C's

Diamonds 4C’s & New C’s: Care

Caring for your diamond jewelry keeps the diamonds looking at their best. And it prevents them from getting misplace or damage.

I recommend regular professional cleaning, usually every six months. Diamond jewelry can get a build-up of dirt. There might be makeup and other materials that can diminish its brightness. This can happen particularly if worn every day. Regular cleaning and inspections will also ensure your diamond warranty remains in effect.

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