• Diamond Cut 

How the diamond is cut is quintessential in the 4 C's. The cut determines the characteristics of the diamond and directly reflects its value. The better you cut, the brighter the diamond.

When the diamond is carefully cut, the light enters the table, goes to the table, and pours out so that the eye can see its shiny and marvelous glow. The poorly cut diamonds have a small fire and splendor because light eventually comes out of the diamond sides. 


  • Diamond Color 

Diamonds are available in various colors - from bright yellow or brown to unusual pink, blues, greens. Beautiful yellow and pink diamonds make a creative and individual statement of engagement ring. Most diamonds have a yellow, brown, or gray body trace. 

When a diamond is colorless, its value is increased. Diamonds divided by D, E, and F are considered colorless. Diamonds separated G, H, and I are considered nearly colorless. The color of your diamond will appear on your certificate.


  • Diamond Clarity 

Diamonds are made of carbon emitted by the extreme heat and pressure in the earth's crust, determining diamonds' clarity.

Examining the clarity of a diamond involves determining the number, size, ease, nature, and shape of these elements and how they affect the stone's appearance as a whole. If you are trying to figure out the best definition of a diamond, remember that no diamond is entirely pure. But the closer you get to purity, the better your clarity will be.


  • Diamond Shapes 

Beautiful or sturdy, bright, or hidden? From the most popular round glitter to the unusual Marquise cut, diamonds come in all shapes and sizes and will undoubtedly be the one that will suit all tastes and styles.

A diamond's value is usually determined in part by the amount of aggressive diamond damage when cutting a particular diamond shape. While diamond stones can be cut in any shape, there are ten famous jewels: Round, Princess, Cushion, Oval, Emerald, Pear, Marquise, Asscher, Radiant, and Heart shape.


  • GIA Certified Diamonds 

GIA has an excellent reputation for accurate diamond placement. 

Why are diamonds separated by GIA so important? Because the diamond market knows that GIA rating standards are much stronger comparatively. So they are counted more.

If you buy a diamond and don't mind that the "certificate" quality is one or two degrees, then not opting for GIA will be fine. But if you know a lot about quality and want to be firmly attached to your diamond, you should stick to the GIA.


  • Fancy Shape Diamond

The fancy diamond body shape is one of the first customer preferences while buying a diamond drawn to the unique look of non-circular or “beautiful” diamonds. We have Fancy diamonds including Cadillac, Curved Triangle, Trapezoid, emerald, marquise, Asscher, half moon, Tapper, butterfly and more.

For fancy colored diamonds - those outside the normal range of colors - the rare and most important colors are bright pink, blue, and green. In all cases, even the slightest color variation can have a profound effect on value.