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1.01 Carat D SI2 Radiant Natural Diamond

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Carat

1.0
Quality high-carat stones are hard-to-find in nature and difficult to create in labs. They’re valued for their size and rarity. Some diamond shapes, like the oval and pear, look bigger than their carat weight.
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Carats measure a stone’s weight. The higher the carat weight, the heavier and bigger a center stone. Use the slider to see how diamond size changes with carat weight.
Quality high-carat stones are hard-to-find in nature and difficult to create in labs. They’re valued for their size and rarity. Some diamond shapes, like the oval and pear, look bigger than their carat weight.
Quality high-carat stones are hard-to-find in nature and difficult to create in labs. They’re valued for their size and rarity. Some diamond shapes, like the oval and pear, look bigger than their carat weight.

Color

D
Color refers to the natural tint of a diamond. The closer the diamond is to “colorless” the rarer it is. The industry standard to grading color in a diamond is to assign a letter grade from D (colorless) to J (nearly colorless)
J
I
H
G
F
E
D
These slightly tinted diamonds are nearly colorless, especially when set in rose and yellow gold.
These diamonds are nearly colorless. Any tint they have is hard to see. Best value for money; large stones available at low prices.
Completely colorless, these diamonds are rare and highly sought after. A good choice when money is no object.
Color refers to the natural tint of a diamond. The closer the diamond is to “colorless” the rarer it is. The industry standard to grading color in a diamond is to assign a letter grade from D (colorless) to J (nearly colorless)
Color refers to the natural tint of a diamond. The closer the diamond is to “colorless” the rarer it is. The industry standard to grading color in a diamond is to assign a letter grade from D (colorless) to J (nearly colorless)

Clarity

SI2
Most diamonds have imperfections in the form of internal flaws and surface blemishes. These imperfections are graded on a scale of FL (flawless) to I1-I3 (included). FL diamonds are the rarest and hardest to find.
I1
SI2
SI1
VS2
VS1
VVS2
VVS1
IF
FL
Inclusions are clearly visible to the naked eye.
Slightly Included. Inclusions are easy to see under 10x magnification. Some are visible to the naked eye.
Very Slightly Included. inclusions are present, but hard to see under 10x magnification.
Very, Very Slightly Included. Inclusions are present, but extremely hard to see - even under 10x magnification.
Internally Flawless The diamond is internally flawless but has tiny external blemishes. Rare, hard to find, and beautiful.
Flawless. The diamond is flawless. Stones like this are extremely rare, expensive, and difficult to buy.
Most diamonds have imperfections in the form of internal flaws and surface blemishes. These imperfections are graded on a scale of FL (flawless) to I1-I3 (included). FL diamonds are the rarest and hardest to find.
Most diamonds have imperfections in the form of internal flaws and surface blemishes. These imperfections are graded on a scale of FL (flawless) to I1-I3 (included). FL diamonds are the rarest and hardest to find.

Cut

Excellent
A diamond’s cut measures its anatomy and ability to reflect light. Cut grades go from “Excellent” to “Poor”. Well-cut diamonds have outstanding proportions with immense fire, brilliance, and scintillation.
Good
Very Good
Excellent
Decent proportions and sparkle.
Close to perfect in terms of light reflection and proportions.
Incredible fire, brilliance, and diamond anatomy.
A diamond’s cut measures its anatomy and ability to reflect light. Cut grades go from “Excellent” to “Poor”. Well-cut diamonds have outstanding proportions with immense fire, brilliance, and scintillation.
A diamond’s cut measures its anatomy and ability to reflect light. Cut grades go from “Excellent” to “Poor”. Well-cut diamonds have outstanding proportions with immense fire, brilliance, and scintillation.

1.01 Carat D SI2 Radiant Natural Diamond

$4,132