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Oval Shoulder Diamond Ring

Product code: HRXSD656
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Total carat weight for side diamonds is fixed (see below for approximate side diamond carat weight). The centre diamond(s) will be your custom selected diamond.

Delivered in 10 to 15 working days. Contact us if you need it earlier.

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A carat is a unit of measurement used to specify the weight a diamond. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams.

Earrings:

For earrings , the carat weight you select will be split into 2 for per piece weight. For eg. if you select 0.50ct, each earring piece will be set with 0.25ct diamond(s)

Tip:
  • When buying a diamond ring you should choose a carat weight that suits the wearer's fingers.
  • Selecting a smaller carat weight for thicker fingers will not suit the fingers.
  • Selecting a higher carat weight for thinner fingers will make the ring look very prominent.

For full information on diamond carat weight, click here

Details

Total carat weight for side diamonds is fixed (see below for approximate side diamond carat weight). The centre diamond(s) will be your custom selected diamond.

Delivered in 10 to 15 working days. Contact us if you need it earlier.

Mount for your selected diamond:
18k Gold Weight: g,  Shank Width: ,  Shank Depth:
(approximates)

This refers to the presence of identifying characteristics on (blemishes) and within (inclusions) the stone. Diamonds with no or few inclusions and blemishes are more highly valued than those with less clarity because they are rarer. There are two types of flaws in most diamonds.

  1. Inclusions refer to internal flaws; include flaws such as air bubbles, cracks and non-diamond minerals, clouds, feathers, crystal, knots, pinpoint found in the diamond.
  2. Blemishes refer to surface flaws; include flaws such as scratches, pits and chips. Some blemishes occur during the cutting process.

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grades diamond clarity using 10X magnification. They tag diamonds as:

  • Very, Very Slightly Included category (VVS) diamonds have minute inclusions that are difficult for a skilled grader to see under 10 x magnifications. The VVS category is divided into two grades; VVS1 denotes a higher clarity grade than VVS2.
  • Very Slightly Included category (VS) diamonds have minor inclusions that are difficult to somewhat easy for a trained grader to see when viewed under 10x magnification. The VS category is divided into two grades; VS1 denotes a higher clarity grade than VS2. Typically the inclusions in VS diamonds are invisible without magnification, however infrequently some VS2 inclusions may still be visible.
  • Slightly Included category (SI) diamonds have noticeable inclusions that are easy to very easy for a trained grader to see when viewed under 10x magnification. The SI category is divided into two grades; SI1 denotes a higher clarity grade than SI2. These may or may not be noticeable to the naked eye.
  • Included category (I) diamonds have obvious inclusions that are clearly visible to a trained grader under 10 x magnification. Included diamonds have inclusions that are usually visible without magnification or have inclusions that threaten the durability of the stone.

For full information on diamond clarity click here

Diamond colour refers to the lack of colour in diamonds. The higher the colour grade (D is highest grade) the more colourless a diamond is.

  • "D": Exceptional white. Colourless diamonds are the most desirable since they allow the most refraction of light (sparkle). 'D' is Pure White - the most prized colour.
  • "E","F","G": Rare White. Special whiteness and purity with no tint of colour. A specialist trained eye could only tell the difference between exceptional white and special whiteness / rare white.
  • "H": Good white brightness with slight tint of colour (usually yellow or brown). Diamonds of this colour offer you an excellent combination of quality and value. Compared to a higher colour graded diamond there will be a slight noticeable difference.

Diamonds graded D through F are naturally the most valuable and desirable because of their rarity. But you can still obtain very attractive diamonds that are graded slightly less than colourless.

For full information on diamond colour click here

A certificate tells you the diamond's characteristics. The minimum information on a diamond certificate is carat weight, colour and clarity. Certain certificates give you further details such as exact measurements, cut and fluorescence. A certificate describes the quality of a diamond but it does not place a monetary value on the gem.

Tip

  1. Unless constrained by budget, we always advise our customers to select a third-party certificate such as GIA / IGI or IGL (where available). This is to promote security for our customer's concerns that the certificate they receive is non-biased.

For full information on certificates click here

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