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The Holloway Cut Advisor used as a rejection tool. More...
A degree for which a diamond is not colorless. Most popular diamond colors are G and H. More...
The degree to which a diamond is free from blemishes / inclusions. Clarity is graded on a scale from Flawless (FL) to Imperfect. More..
GIA and AGS are most common laboratories that publish diamond grading reports. More...
The distance between the table and the culet as measured in millimeters. More...
Table width is quoted in percent (width divided by the average stone diameter). More...
The diamond's proportions and the relation of one facet to another. More...
The way the cutter finishes the facets on a diamond. Labs grade finish from poor to excellent. More...
The property in many diamonds that makes them glow in an environment rich in ultraviolet light. More...
The retailer the diamonds are sold at.
Fancy color is the overall color of the diamond such as yellow, pink, red, etc More...
Fancy color diamond grading is a complex process, and colors are evaluated based on the intensity. Generally, the more rich and saturated the color, the higher the value.More...
A diamond's lightness or darkness in relation to body color More...