Shape We offer diamonds in several shapes options. Simply select your preferred diamond shapes and search your ideal diamond.
Colour The colour assessment is based on the absence of colour within the diamond. A chemically pure and perfect diamond is called colourless. The colour measure evaluates the level of colourlessness and applies a grading between D (colourless) and progresses to Z with most colour present in the diamond.
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Price All prices are inclusive of GST and listed in Australia Dollars. Set your budget and find your perfect diamond within your desired budget.
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Cut Diamonds are loved by the fact that the sparkle so intensely and their ability to transmit light. A diamond cut is an assessment of how well the diamonds facets interact with light. Expert craftmanship is needed to shape the diamond cuts so the proportions, shine and symmetry showcase the maximum reflection of light possible for that diamond. The 5 cut scale ranges over Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair and Poor.
Ideal Excellent Very Good Good
Carat The Carat refers to the diamond weight. A metric carat is measured as 200 milligrams. With everything being equal a higher diamond carat would mean a higher price, but factors such as colour, clarity and cut will greatly impact the price depending on the grade chosen in each of these categories.
Clarity The clarity assessment looks at the internal and external characteristics of the diamond. The internal characteristics are generally referred to as inclusions, while the external characteristics are referred to as blemishes. No diamond can be completely pure but the closer it is the higher it’s clarity grading. Most of the inclusions and blemishes cannot been see by the naked eye, but can be picked up under 10X magnification by a trained diamond grader.
FL IF VVS1 VVS2 VS1 VS2 SI1 SI2 I1
Polish
Excellent Very Good Good
Symmetry
Excellent Very Good Good