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Loose Diamonds: A Brief Guide
By James Wills
Loose diamonds"); are a very popular option. They come in all shapes and sizes. Many soon to be couples are choosing to select their diamonds, and then choose a setting to put them in. This is a great way for them to create the perfect rings. Loose diamonds"); are also a great way to replace old diamonds"); in a setting you love or that is a family heirloom.

There is a lot of choices out there for loose diamonds. Not only do you get to select from several shapes including tear drop, oval, triangle, and round; you also get to choose the carat weight, color, and amount of money you want to spend. Generally, you will save money buying loose Diamonds"); over purchasing a whole ring. For many, this is a great way to create the ring they always wanted at a price they can afford.

Many jewelry stores offer you the option of purchasing loose diamonds"); rather than a ring. For men wanting to buy their girlfriend or wife loose diamonds, they can help you with the selection. It is important to ask questions when purchasing loose diamonds"); so you can be sure you are getting a great product for your investment.

Knowing the


four Cís of loose Diamonds"); can help you in your selection. The cut is the most important aspect. This is also the most challenging for loose diamond buyers. Clarity is also important. Many people donít realize that almost all diamonds"); have flaws in them. You want to search for loose diamonds"); who donít show flaws on the surface where they will be seen once they are placed in a setting.

The color of the diamond is important. While the fact that they are white is a given, they come in many shades of white. The less color, the better because diamonds"); reflect light. The lighter color will sparkle more. Carat weight is the last thing to consider. The larger the loose diamond, the more you can expect to pay for it.

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