Diamond Shape

A diamond's shape is one of its most defining characteristics. From the round brilliant diamond to the princess cut, we'll help you choose the shape that complements your style.

Diamond Shape

DIAMOND SHAPE

Diamond Color

Graded on an alphabetical scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow), a diamond's color rating indicates the degree of yellowness in the stone. The most valuable diamonds are usually completely colorless.

Diamond Color

DIAMOND COLOR

Diamond Fluorescence

A loose diamond with fluorescence will emit a soft, bluish glow when placed under UV or ultraviolet light. The fluorescence effect is an important consideration when buying a loose diamond.

Diamond Fluorescence
DIAMOND FLUORESCENCE

Diamond Carat

The diamond carat is the unit of measurement of a diamond's weight; larger diamonds being the rarest.

Diamond Carat

DIAMOND CARAT

Diamond Cut

A high quality diamond cut will result in a symmetrical, brilliant stone 

Diamond Cut

DIAMOND CUT

Diamond Clarity

Diamond clarity indicates the presence or absence of inclusions and blemishes within a diamond.

Diamond Clarity

DIAMOND CLARITY

Diamond Culet

The culet is the tiny facet or point at the bottom of a diamond, where the pavilion facets meet.

Diamond Culet

DIAMOND CULET

Diamond Girdle

The girdle is the thin perimeter of a diamond, dividing the crown (top) from the pavilion (bottom).

Diamond Girdle

DIAMOND GIRDLE