Diamond Buying Guide

The things to consider when buying a stone

When it comes to buying diamonds, it is important to understand the four C's - cut, clarity, color and carat weight. Each of these elements plays a significant role in determining the value of a diamond. Understanding them can help you make an informed decision while purchasing a diamond.


The form is initially one of the most crucial factors to think about when purchasing a diamond or gemstone! The stone's shape will entirely depend on the appearance you're going for and will have an impact on how it sparkles and how it appears on the hand. The overall silhouette of a stone when it is facing up is referred to as its diamond shape. You frequently hear phrases like "round brilliant" and "princess" in this context. Shapes are developed to fit a variety of preferences and keep evolving to become more contemporary and distinctive. There are many distinct shapes, but only about 10 of them are widely recognised.


Cut Refers to the symmetry and Proportions of a diamonds.A well-cut diamond has superior brilliance and sparkle.It affects how much light is reflected and refracted, thus affecting its beauty and sparkle.


A diamond's clarity refers to the presence or absence of inclusions or blemishes. These are natural imperfections found in most diamonds. The fewer inclusions a diamond has, the higher the clarity grade and the more valuable it is.


Diamond color is graded on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (yellow). The less color a diamond has, the higher the value.


Carat weight is the unit used to measure a diamond's size. Larger diamonds are generally more expensive.