Cut : Excellent to Poor

• Cut Refers to the proportion and shape of finish diamond. • A polish diamond always shows its complex with light.
• The diamond should be symmetrical, well centered and flat. • The Magnificent result in three attribution, Brightness is the combination of all white light reflecting from the surface and inside the diamond. Fire describes the Flare of color emitted from diamond. Scintillation describes the flash of light when the diamond is in moving position. • Diamond that are cut to thin or shallow allows the light to pass through side
• Diamonds that are cut to deep does not reflect back the light.


• The color scale usually extent from D-Z color.
D-E-F: Colorless
G-H: Near Colorless
I-J: Near Colorless - A trace of tint just detectable to the trained eye
K-L-M: Faint Yellow
N-O-P-Q-R: Very Light Yellow
S-T-U-V-W-X-Y-Z: Light Yellow to Light Brown

• Colorless diamonds are very rare and most expensive. • Color is best evaluated in Natural light.


• The clarity scale ranges from IF to I3 clarity. • Diamond is always heated under tremendous pressure.
• It measures the relative visibility of external blemishes or internal inclusion naturally occurring within diamond.
• It is always visible in 10xmagnification.


• The weight of diamond is always measured in Carat ( 1ct = 200milligram) • Smaller diamond frequently appears in pointers. • As diamond increase in weight size become less predictable. • Diamond with shallow cut can have greater diameter than a deep cut with small weight. • Always increase in carat weight does not produced same increase in millimeter diamond.


• Fluorescence is the visible light. • Some diamond emit when they are exposed to invisible (UV) rays. • Fluorescence refers to strength or intensity of diamond which is essential component to ray light.

Shapes Of Diamond