When selecting a diamond, it’s important to know the aspects of each stone. Cut, color, carat and clarity are among the most common factors.
Color: Diamond color is graded on an alphabetical scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow), a diamond's color rating indicates the degree of yellowness in the stone.
Clarity: Clarity indicates the presence or absence of inclusions and blemishes within a diamond.
Cut: A highly cut diamond will result in a symmetrical brilliant stone, reflecting maximum brilliance.
Carat: A diamonds carat is the unit of measurement to determine its' weight, the larger the carat size the more rare of a stone