How to Buy a Diamond

Diamonds are made of carbon and hence an allotrope of carbon. Formed under immense heat and pressure below the earth’s surface.

To learn the basics of diamond buying , start with the “four C’s of diamonds “ .The four C’s – cut, clarity, color and carat weight – the most important characteristics of buying a diamond.

The brilliance of a diamond shape describes the reflective qualities of a diamond. The reflective quality of diamond is determined by how the diamond was cut. The better a diamond is cut the more sparkle it has.You may visit http://www.haydencudworth.com/ to learn more about  diamonds.

Colorless diamonds allows the most refraction of light i.e. sparkling .They is like a clear window that allows more light to pass through. The formation process ensures only rare diamonds are truly colorless. Instead of investing in color diamonds, invest in higher cut and the most crucial factor is diamond’s brilliance.

Color of the diamond is a result of its composition, and it never changes over time. Diamond clarity refers to the level of flaws and natural inclusions present in a diamond. Diamonds with least imperfections gets the highest clarity grades.

Carat weight refers to the weight of diamond. One carat is equal to 0.2 grams. It’s the priority of most of the buyers.

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