White Gold Diamond Initial Pendants
Carat weight is the physical weight of the diamond; 1 Carat equals 1/5th of a gram. But that's not what's important, what is important is that the higher the carat weight of your jewelry or diamond the more it will shine, provided that you backed your carat weight with other characteristics that make the diamonds so special. We give unparalleled advice on how to decide what the most practical combination of diamond characteristics are most suitable for you and your jewelry. Listed below are a few combination with specific jewelry objectives, figure out your objective and the method of reaching it should be listed above.
After years of being a jewelry consumer you will finally realize that quantity will not beat out quality, and for this you want to go with a minimum of VS1 F color. However, we rarely manufacture jewelry with this grade on a massive scale simply because few customers can appreciate it, pay for it, or even recognize it when they see it.
SI is the most practical way to purchase diamond jewelry that will impress onlookers and satisfy the diamonds true purpose which is to shine. A SI-1 Stone with G color is a grade that can fool even the pickiest diamond buyers who claim they only stand for VS diamonds. This is because in smaller diamond sizes, the difference is too minute to tell with the naked eye especially if you lack years of experience.
G color is the finest achievable color that can be sought after for being near colorless without breaking the bank. H is a close second but has a noticeable difference to a diamond professional. A grade between G and H is what we call G-H which is a great way of enjoying near colorless diamonds without paying the colorless price.
Of all the various diamond shapes, the most popular by far is the round diamond. It takes center stage in the classic engagement ring a round, solitaire diamond set either in yellow gold or platinum. Shapes other than round are called fancy shapes. There are many different round brilliant diamond cuts from the ideal cut diamond such as the 58 facets - to the patented and even 66-facet Leo Diamond cut.