When a diamond is cut, it has to be done in proportion. How it’s table measures to its depth, or how fine its culet is, or how thick the girdle is, are all part of the considerations a manufacturer will deal with in trying to optimize the value of the stone. Luckily, grading agencies have simplified this process and use grading scales to easily understand whether a diamond is of “excellent” cut or “fair”. Use the Learning Center to find out more.
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Carat is the weight, and by relation also the size of the diamond. Typically, the higher the carat, the higher the price-per carat, so don’t be surprised to see value climb dramatically as you scale higher. Access our Learning Center to get an understanding of what may be suitable for you.