Buying a diamond can seem like a difficult task, but it doesn't have to be. The difficulty with diamonds and diamond jewellery is essentially your lack of knowledge on them, the high value of the purchase and most important, the commitment and symbol of what a diamond purchase means. Since you've already decided to purchase a diamond, the hard part is over. Purchasing a diamond requires some research and decision making.
Buying diamonds and diamond jewellery can also be exhilarating, but choosing the perfect diamond and diamond jewellery can have its challenges if you're not quite sure what to look for. The Learn More Center section will guide you in making it easy for you to find diamonds and diamond jewellery that fits both your budget and your personal style. Our comprehensive Learn More Center will enable you to learn more about diamonds and diamond jewellery.
Diamond buying requires a little planning. Follow along with the Learn More Center guided steps and you will be able to find the perfect diamond and diamond jewellery in no time. Since the slightest change in a diamond's grading can significantly alter its value, understanding the 4Cs is key when choosing your diamond. The characteristics of one - Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat - affects the others, which is why balancing each of the 4Cs is essential to finding the perfect diamond for your budget.
In our Learn More Center section we provide more information and details, including the important factors to help you choose the best diamonds. Learn about Argyle diamonds, triple excellent diamonds and optical symmetry in Hearts & Arrows. Also, Learn more on diamond cuts, diamond rings, diamond colors and diamond clarities.
Use this guide to learn more Argyle diamonds. Learn how to read GIA's colorless & colored diamond certificates and what the main difference is. Also, Learn more about diamond fluorescence.
Learn more about different diamonds cuts, and discover how to check whether your chosen diamond has good optical symmetry. Learn about vintage cuts, like the old european cut and other loose diamond cuts.
Use this diamond clarity guide to learn more about diamonds that are of FL & IF clarities. Learn more about the clarities VVS1 & VVS2 and VS1 & VS2. Also, learn more about the clarities SI1 & SI2 and the SI3 Clarity.