The 4C's of diamonds

The universal method of assessing diamonds anywhere in the world

 
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Color

Graded on the Absence of Color

The color scale ranges from D (perfectly transparent) to Z (pale yellow). We’ve tailored our selection of diamonds from D to I — offering only colorless and near colorless stones.

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Clarity

A Diamond’s Unique Imperfections

All diamonds contain a distinct DNA of internal inclusions and external blemishes, graded under 10-power magnification. Our selection ranges from FL to SI2 ensuring only the highest clarity of diamonds.

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Carat

The Measurement of Diamond Weight

Carat refers exclusively to the weight, not size, of the diamond. From subtle to generous, our range consists of 0.75ct and above.

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Cut

A Diamond’s Symmetry, Proportion and Polish

The relationship between various parts of a diamond determines the stone's ability to return any light than has entered it.

When cut to ideal proportions the stone achieves 100% light return, thus the stone will have the maximum brightness possible.