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How to choose a diamond?

The "4 C's" (Cut / Color / Clarity / Carat): the 4 characteristics of diamonds

Quatre criteria make it possible to study, describe and then determine the value of a diamond: the size of the stone, its color, its mass and its purity. If one of these four criteria is not known, the value of this diamond cannot be determined precisely: they are inseparable. The cut of a diamond is the aspect most influenced by human work, although the choice of cut depends on the initial shape of the rough stone. The other three qualities depend directly on how nature "shaped" it.

Size (Cut) Color Purity (Clarity) Weight (Carat)
The size of a diamond relates to its proportions and not to the shape given to it. The quality of the cut will depend on the diamond's ability to reflect light. Diamonds are usually composed of 58 facets, arranged in a mathematically determined ratio, so as to maximize the amount of reflected light. The most popular diamonds are those without color (D). From the letter D to the letter Z there is a whole range of shades, from light yellow to brown or gray. The color of a diamond is linked to the presence of elements such as nitrogen for example. Purity Inclusions and irregularities are normally present in diamond, as are exterior flaws. To determine the purity of a diamond, the expert examines the stone under a microscope from below, near a source of light. The weight of a diamond is expressed in carat, the word coming from the carob tree whose seeds at constant weight were originally used (one carat = 0.2 gram). A considerable size makes the rarity of a diamond.