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Revising Common Factors You Can’t Avoid Before Buying Diamonds

Purchasing a diamond is not an easy task, even if you have an endless budget. If this is your first diamond purchase you need to learn all its characteristics and flaws. Both the characteristics as well as its flaws decide its value in currency. Mainly the 4C’S of the diamonds, cut, clarity, colour and carat play an important role in measuring its value. In contrast the flaws of the diamond make it less valuable and less expensive. But how would you know which diamond is flawless or natural and which ones are included or less valuable?

Here we solve your problem by introducing all the pit falls of the diamond, so that nobody can cheat you. By following this, you can make a great deal with the seller. So let’s see that what you actually need to know before buying a real diamond.

First of all gain complete knowledge about diamonds

Yes, you need to know everything about what you are going to buy. First understand the basic 4C’S of the diamond. The first one is its cut, the diamond is cut in various cuts such as round cut, heart cut, princess cut, emerald cut, round cut, cushion cut, pear cut, radiant cut, oval cut etc. The cut of the diamond states that the greater the clarity of cutting of diamond the greater the value it possess. A clearly and symmetrically cut diamond reflects more light as compare to the other less symmetrically cut diamonds. You need to observe diamonds carefully against light. The better the cut of the diamond the more valuable as it reflects more light.

Second is its colour. If we talk about diamonds value in context of colour mainly colourless bright diamonds are more expensive than the less colourless ones, because they reflect more light. Diamond colour is graded from D-Z where D is colourless and the stones become more yellow in colour as you work through the alphabet. The more yellow a stone, the less valuable it becomes.

Third is its clarity. The diamonds with inclusions or impurity reflects less light hence cost less. Some inclusions can only be seen with magnification and therefore make the stone more valuable than inclusions that can be seen with the naked eye, especially black inclusions which are harder to hide.

The fourth and the last factor is carat that means its weight. One carat is equal to 0.2 grams. You would think that the larger the diamond the higher the cost, although the other Cs need to be taken into consideration when pricing a diamond as they are all considered.

Carefully Investigate for Diamond’s Certifications and Appraisals

Before you purchase any expensive diamond you must understand the formalities of the certificates. You should be given a written document which clearly specifies that the seller is giving you the diamond against the specified amount of money and he guarantee that the diamond is real in all terms and the specified information of the diamond (4C’s) are absolutely correct.

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