The Five C’s of Fancy Colored Diamonds
April 15, 2011 Leave a comment
Since high quality prized jewels really are so valuable it's necessary to have a universal method of determining their price for both industry specialists and customers as well. Although what is typically called "The 4 C's" was initially created to rank and appraise regular diamonds, variations can be found for just about all high-quality, finished (in contrast to rough) gemstones. The value of a single diamond depends upon virtually all 4 these specifications. For example, an exceedingly big stone could be appreciated cheaper than one that's smaller sized due to the fact that it is missing in one or more of the additional three classes. At Devonshire Diamonds we'll take the time to make certain you understand the options and get the best value whether you are building and also adding to a collection or simply searching for an ideal showpiece for a piece of jewellery. The first "4 C's" will give you a great deal of details about a stone’s attributes and value, however can’t begin to describe one elusive quality - beauty. To do that, you’ll have to experience the offerings coming from Devonshire Diamonds using your very own eyeballs. The 5th "C" - Certification Recently, a “5th C” has grown to become better established together with Carat, Cut, Color & Clarity as part of how a diamond as well as other top quality gemstones can be classified - Certification. However Certification isn't a physical characteristic through which a jewel could be ranked by, the industry really does consider the significance of Certification by a well respected gemological laboratory so as to supply the buyer with a complete scientific report of the gemstone. Certification of a gem stone provides the customer with an unbiased, 3rd party assurance as to the color, the clarity, the carat weight, and often the origin or at least suspected source of your diamond (as an example; Burma Ruby). That certification, also referred to as a grading report, is really a complete evaluation of that gemstone and really should be performed by a competent expert with the help of specified gemological instruments. Each recognizable, distinctive characteristic of that stone needs to be listed on the certification. At Devonshire Diamonds we are excited about what we do and excited to discover the way in which distinct developments across the world of coloured diamonds is becoming more popular. Get in touch with Devonshire Diamonds for any concerns you may have relating to fancy coloured diamonds or stunning, customized created jewellery.