Price
  1. $955
    $2645
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  1. Yes
Carat Weight <span>Diamonds and gemstones are measured by metric carat. 1 ct equals 0.2 grams.</span>
  1. 0.5
    0.62
Color <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/Color_EN_H.jpg">
  1. (13)
  2. (16)
  3. (10)
  4. (11)
  5. (3)
  6. (8)
  7. (3)
Cut <span>The cut of a diamond refers to how well the facets interact with light. An excellent cut has an even pattern that reflects the light back out of the stone making it sparkle.</span>
  1. Excellent (42)
  2. Very Good (11)
  3. Good (11)
Clarity <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/Clarity-scale-hor.jpg">
  1. IF (1)
  2. VVS1 (6)
  3. VVS2 (12)
  4. VS1 (8)
  5. VS2 (9)
  6. SI1 (14)
  7. SI2 (14)
Report <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/GIA_IGI.jpg">
  1. GIA (63)
  2. IGI (1)
Depth <span>The total depth percentage of a round brilliant diamond is the table-to-culet depth, expressed as a percentage of the average girdle diameter and reported to the nearest tenth of a percent (0.1%).</span>
  1. 32%
    67%
Symmetry <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/symmetry.jpg">
  1. Excellent (35)
  2. Very Good (22)
  3. Good (5)
  4. Fair (2)
Polish <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/polish.jpg">
  1. Excellent (46)
  2. Very Good (16)
  3. Good (2)
Table <span>The table percentage of a round brilliant diamond is the average of the four table measurements (from bezel point to bezel point) expressed as a percentage of the average girdle diameter. It is reported to the nearest whole percent (1%).</span>
  1. 54%
    63%
Fluorescence <img class="h-image" src="/media/scales/fluorescence.jpg">
  1. None (57)
  2. Faint (7)
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