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Diamond Buying Guide

Diamond Buying Guide
Why is diamond valuable? How does it occur? The diamond is 3.4 billion years old. Its formation was formed at 70 Ton / cm2 press with 1300-2000 C DE covalent bond. One feature that distinguishes diamond from other precious stones is that it consists only of crystalline carbon. As a result of volcanic eruptions, raw crystals have surfaced. Diamond is the substance with the highest heat conduction. It is the oldest precious stone and the hardest substance. The word diamond in English comes from the Greek word adamas. Adamas means rigid rigid resistance. It has become a symbol that is based on loyalty and trust.

It is the weight unit used for weighing gem stones.

1 carat is 0.20 gr. In other words, 1 gr is equal to 5 carats. As the amount of the money increases, the unit price of the stone increases proportionally. It is possible to have a diamond with a lower carat weight, but it is possible to have a larger but lower cutting degree than a diamond with a higher carat weight. This is true because when a diamond is cut correctly, the maximum amount of light is reflected from the top of the diamond, making it look larger. 


The cut of a diamond causes the greatest effect on its shine and shine.

The cut of a diamond is one of its most important features. And this has the greatest impact on the beauty of the diamond. Perfect diamonds are valuable and unique as they reflect the light most compared to others.


Clarity refers to the absence of imperfections and blemishes in a diamond. Almost all diamonds have minor imperfections, however, the fewer imperfections the more evident the diamond.


Diamonds are valued by how colorless they are; therefore, the lower the color of a diamond, the higher its value. However, colored diamonds (such as yellow and black diamonds) are an exception to this rule.

Sharpness Measurement::
  • D, E, F:
  • Colorless
  • G, H, I, J:
  • Colorless
  • K, L, M:
  • Light White
  • N, O, P, Q, R:
  • Light Color
  • S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z:
  • Towards Light Color

After cutting, the color of a diamond is considered to be the second most important feature in the diamond selection process. This is true because the human eye first perceives the sparkle of a diamond and its second color. It is also important to understand that as the diamond size increases, the color becomes more pronounced.


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