0.31 Carat Round - F/VS1
This 0.31 Carat, F colour, VS1 clarity Round diamond comes accompanied by a diamond grading report from the GIA.
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4.26 x 2.67 x 4.28 mm
Slightly Thick - Very Thick
4.26 x 2.67 x 4.28 mm
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Cut : G
The context of cut appertains to the proportions and angles of a diamond which measures and beauty of it. Some of the aspects determined include the diamond’s proportion, symmetry and polish. A cut impacts a diamond’s brilliance, fire, sparkle and its ability to reflect and retract light.
Carat : 0.31 CT.
When buying a diamond ring, it’s size and weight should always be considered. The term ‘carat’ (often abbreviated as ct) refers to the weight of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams or 0.2 grams. The scale shown below illustrates the relativity of size relationship between diamonds of increasing cart weights. While measurements are the same, every diamond is truly unique.
Color : F
Colour refers to the natural colour that is visible in a diamond and remains the same overtime. Diamonds without colours are valued highly as it allows higher amount of lights to pass through, releasing more fire and sparkle. Fire is spawned from the spectrum of colours reflected by a diamond. The most colourless diamonds are the rarest, therefore the most expensive.
D color: D earns the highest grade on the colour scale. D is completely colourless and rated as the highest value in the market.
E color: E is indistinguishable from the colour D and its value is rated very highly in the market.
F color: F is indistinguishable from the colour D and E and its value is rated very highly in the market.
G color: G is at the top of near colourless category and its value is rated very highly in the market.
H color: H has the most minimal hint of colour and is valued highly in the market.
I color: I has a slight hint of colour and is valued highly in the market.
J color: J has a hint of colour and is valued highly in the market.
K color: K has the lightest colour and is valued at an affordable price in the market.
L color: These diamonds may appear yellow or slightly brown depending on the cut grade.
D - F
G - J
Faint to light colour
K - Z
Clarity : VS1
When carbon is exposed to an enormous heat and pressure deep in the earth, natural diamonds are formed. This process can lead to numerous internal characteristics called ‘inclusions’ and external characteristics called blemishes.
To judge a diamond’s clarity involves scrutinizing at the number, size, relief, nature and position of the characteristics, including the overall appearance of the stone affected by the factor mentioned.
While perfectly pure diamond does not exist, but the closer it comes, the higher its value. Diamonds are unique, not perfect.
SI2: These diamonds have some inclusions. Some inclusions can be seen at a 10x magnification vor to the keen eye of the experts.
SI1: These diamonds have few inclusions. Inclusions are only noticeable at a 10x magnification or to the keen eye of the experts.
VS2: These diamonds have few inclusions. Minor inclusions are only noticeable at a 10x magnification.
VS1: These diamonds have very few inclusions. Difficult to notice even at a 10x magnification.
VVS2: These diamonds have slight inclusions. Inclusions are hard to see for trained eyes at a 10x magnification.
VVS1: These diamonds have the slightest inclusions. Inclusions are very hard to see for trained eyes at a 10x magnification.
IF: Almost perfect. These diamonds have inclusions that are not visible even under the highest microscopic magnification. Top quality and extremely rare.