The 4 main criteria
This is the global standard that grades diamonds based on distinguishing characteristics. their color, cut, clarity and carat weight. The 4Cs (color, clarity, cut and carat weight) are the main globally accepted standards for assessing the quality of a diamond.
Cart denotes the weight of a diamond.
Purity is determined by the visibility of imperfections in a diamond.
The cut refers to the facets, symmetry and brillance of a diamond.
The color refers to the inherent tint of a diamond.
Other criteria are important…
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Diamond grading report
A diamond grading report is the diamond’s identity card established by an independent gemological laboratory.
The fluorescence of a diamond is a luminous effect that some diamonds exhibit when exposed to ultraviolet light.
The anatomy of a diamond determines its proportions and brilliance based on the ratio of the diamond’s size, symmetry, depth, polish, width and table.