The diamond carat is the unit of measurement of a diamond's weight; larger diamonds being the rarest.
A high quality diamond cut will result in a symmetrical, brilliant stone that reflects the maximum brilliance.
Diamond clarity indicates the presence or absence of inclusions and blemishes within a diamond.
The culet is the tiny facet or point at the bottom of a diamond, where the pavilion facets meet.
The girdle is the thin perimeter of a diamond, dividing the crown (top) from the pavilion (bottom).
A Diamond Grading Report includes all of a stone's defining characteristics and scores.
Polish and symmetry are key elements that impact a diamond’s finish and sparkle.
Learn how diamond depth and table size can affect its cut and brilliance.
Discover the ideal crown angle and pavilion depth for the perfect diamond.