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How To Choose A Diamond
By David Fishman
Choosing a diamond is an extremely personal decision. The most important part of choosing a diamond is to choose one that appeals to you personally. The first rule when choosing a diamond is to make sure it is accompanied by a grading report. Choosing a diamond is as important as learning how to buy a diamond. While choosing a diamond you should consider these factors shape, cut and clarity. Remember that choosing a diamond is not an exact science. For most people, the most important consideration when choosing a diamond is price. True, choosing a diamond is all up to the buyer's taste, but an expertís opinion definitely counts. The hardest part in choosing a diamond is not what you thought, itís only over when you find someone special enough to present one to. Step one in choosing a diamond is learning about them, it costs nothing, but could end up saving you a bundle. Choosing a diamond is one of the most important decisions of your life.

If they are colorless, they usually don't alter a diamond's clarity. Clarity is an important factor that can be "stretched the farthest" when choosing a diamond. When looking at clarity, many Diamonds"); have what are known as inclusions. Your objective is to find a diamond of the highest clarity possible. The 4Cs - Cut, Carat, Color and Clarity play a very important role in choosing a diamond and determine its value. The fewer the inclusions the diamond has, the greater the clarity and the more valuable the diamond. Alternatively, a stone may be cut well, but have poor color and clarity. Two Diamonds"); can be of equal carat-weight, but if the cut, color and clarity are different they can be less then a single cut diamond with better quality. The number, size and location of these inclusions determine the stone's clarity. A cut that is poor will make the diamond look very dull even if the color is of high level. Another vital grading characteristic in diamonds"); is their clarity.


 

One of the most important characteristics of a diamond is clarity, if the clarity is not good you could see carbon or inclusions in your diamond jewelry. A diamond with outstanding color and clarity will not sparkle as it should if the stone is not cut to interact properly with light.

What to think about before buying a diamond of any particular shape. Shape refers to the overall outline of the diamond when viewed from the top. Most people are interested in the shape and carat when people are choosing a diamond, people should also consider the cut and color. The most commonly purchased type of diamond is the round diamond. Once the diamond's shape has been determined, facets are cut.

Many experts name color as the number one consideration in choosing a diamond. The simple round cut diamond is better at hiding flaws or yellow color. Color is very important when choosing a diamond. The best color for a diamond is no color at all. The most valuable diamonds"); will have very little color. The method in which diamonds"); get there color is when the diamond is compressed with a lot of pressure which creates a red, pink or purple hue. diamonds"); with outstanding clarity and color will not twinkle if the cut is not done to properly interact with light. But its variety and depth of color still make it a unique piece of jewelry anywhere.

A diamond ring is a sign of commitment to the person you intend on spending the rest of your life with, so choosing a diamond is a momentous occasion.
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