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4 Cs

4 Cs

4 C's

There are four important variants that are considered when it comes time to choose a diamond.

CUT

The cut considers the proportions, symmetry and polish of the diamond. In addition, it is important to know that the light and brightness that a diamond has is defined by its cut.

SCALE TO CLASSIFY THE CUTTING OF DIAMONDS

Using the same method that nature causes, our diamonds, created with a natural diamond seed and carbon particles, are exposed to high temperatures and high pressure, replacing the volcanic heat and atmospheric pressure of the earth. Basically it takes the process that nature performs when creating a mine diamond and it is put into practice in a laboratory.

What makes these gems considered diamonds is because they share a certain definition, a certain hardness, and a certain chemical structure. In this sense, lab-created diamonds are exactly the same as mined diamonds.

DIAMOND SHAPE OPTIONS

COLOR

Diamonds are classified equally by their color. The whiter a diamond is, the more natural color it reflects, giving it a higher value, on the contrary, the more yellow inks it has, the value of the diamond decreases. There is a scale to classify the color of the diamond that goes from the letter “D” classified as “Colorless” to the letter “Z” classified as “Light (light color). All diamonds with colors between D and Z are classified as white diamonds with increasing yellow inks. Yellow, pink or different colored diamonds are classified separately.

COLOR SCALE

CLARITY

The clarity of a diamond is defined by the presence or absence of small inclusions within the diamond that form when the diamond is created. The range of clarity is measured with a scale that goes from “Flawless (FL)” meaning that the diamond does not have inclusions, to an “Included (I3)” that is to say that the diamond has inclusions that are noticed with the naked eye. . Diamonds with higher inclusions show less brilliance as these imperfections interrupt the entry and exit of the diamond's brilliance.

CLARITY SCALE

CARATS (QUILATAGE)

Carat is the metric used to measure the weight of the diamond. It is important to know that the carat of the diamond is not the same as the size of the diamond. Two diamonds can look different in size, even though they both have the same karat. And this because the depth of the diamond has to be considered, when it is pronounced it causes the weight of the diamond to be distributed towards the bottom, making it appear smaller, while a diamond with an ideal depth can be seen larger. < / p>

CARATS (CARTAGE)

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