Shape

Shape is not one of the four C’s, however as it is often confused with cut. Shape is a general term rather than a technical term. To see a complete list of diamond shapes and learn more about the specifics of each one visit our shape page.

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Colour

Most people assume diamonds are colourless, but this is not the case. The closer your diamond is to colourless the more brilliant, beautiful and expensive it will be. Diamond by Appointment offers only the finest colour grades. To learn more about this topic visit our colour page.

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Carat

Carat weight describes the measured weight of your diamond. The value and price of your diamond rises incrementally with each increase in carat weight. To learn more about this topic visit our carat weight page.

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Cut

Cut is the technical term used to describe the exact dimensions of a diamond. It is crucial and critical to the brilliance, fire and scintillation of the stone. Cut is the single biggest factor affecting the brilliance and sparkle of your diamond. To learn more about this topic visit our cut page.

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Clarity

Clarity refers to the number, type and character of inclusions visible in your diamond. These natural blemishes will affect the value of a diamond. Diamond by Appointment only offers diamonds that excel within their specific clarity grades. This is at the heart of our expertise. To learn more about this topic visit our clarity page.

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Certification

A certificate documents and specifies the diamond’s distinctiveness, assigning a grade to each of the four C’s. It also gives additional information. The certificate is often referred to as the grade report. You should carefully review your diamond’s grade report before making a final decision. To learn more about this topic visit our certification page.

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Care

Diamonds are incredibly durable as well as beautiful; however they require proper care to stay brilliant. Visit our diamond care page to learn more about this topic.

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