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PRECIOUS METAL EDUCATION
This short tutorial explains the 4Cs of Diamonds - cut, color, clarity, and carat weight - the most important characteristics to understand when making a diamond purchase.
The most important of the 4Cs is cut because it has the greatest influence on a diamond's sparkle.
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The second most important of the 4Cs is color, which refers to a diamond's lack of color. The less color, the higher the grade.
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Often the least important of the 4Cs because the tiny imperfections are often microscopic.
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The term carat actually refers to the diamond's total weight and not its size.
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Each diamond shape has different attributes that affect price and quality grade.
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Unbiased diamond grading reports are offered with every Blue Nile diamond.
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As the largest online diamond retailer, Diamond BAYOU offers the largest collection of the world's finest cut diamonds. Pre-selected for exceptional quality, the cut, color, and clarity of our loose diamonds are evaluated based on a standardized grading scale. Also, each loose diamond is accompanied by a grading report from either GIA, AGSL, or GemEx, independent diamond grading labs with stringent grading and certification guidelines.
If you find a comparable GIA-graded diamond at a lower price, we'll review to match the price.
We offer a lifetime diamond upgrade program on all GIA and AGSL-graded diamonds.
Diamond BAYOU diamonds are ethically sourced with a zero-tolerance policy for conflict diamonds.