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Shape is the silhouette of a diamond when viewed from the top.
85% of diamonds sold are round.princess & cushion shapes.Round Shape being the most expensive.while Marquise the cheapest.
The degree of colourlessness of a diamond is defined as its colour. It is the absence of colour that makes a diamond more valuable and rare.
The colors range from D (colorless) and go all the way to Z (light yellow).
Degree of purity of a diamond or absence of inclusion is termed Clarity. This determines a diamond’s ability to let in light and reflect it.
If you’re buying a diamond that’s under a carat, don’t obsess over the spots or blemishes because they aren’t really visible to an untrained eye.
The cut of a diamond allows it to make the best use of light resulting in more brilliance.
Invest in the cut. It’s the ultimate diamond hack (you’ll not find it in the books). A beautifully cut diamond can make the color and clarity appear better than they are.
Polish of a diamond influences its ability to let in light and reflect it back resulting in its brilliance and scintillation.
Symmetry defines the exactness of the shape of a diamond and the symmetrical arrangement of its facets.
A diamond’s characteristic to change colour or glow when exposed to UV light is called fluorescence.