|Diamonds are valued according to the 4C's of Diamond
Grading namely, Cut, Clarity, Color, and
cut of a diamond refers to its proportions. It is one of the
most important factors to be considered when choosing diamonds.
||Clarity refers to how clear, or "clean" the diamond is. Diamonds have imperfections which are present in its rough state.
|Diamonds allow light to be reflected and dispersed as a rainbow of color. The color is graded from sparkling colorless white towards the more fancy colors.
||The weight of a diamond is expressed in carats. The word carat originated from the carob tree or Ceratonia siliqua.