What Colour Diamond should I buy?

What clarity diamond should I get?

For diamonds over 2 carats, a clarity grade of VS2 or higher is the safest bet for avoiding any signs of visible inclusions. In diamonds between 1 and 2 carats, clarity grades of SI1 or better will not have inclusions easily visible to the naked eye.

What is best color and clarity for a diamond?

According to that GIA standard, the “best” diamond color is D. (Read more about D color diamonds here.) D color diamonds are the equivalent of IF or FL grade diamonds on the clarity scale — they’re very rare, and their price definitely reflects that.

Is D color diamond good?

The difference that D color makes in your diamond’s appearance is more subtle than the cut quality or carat weight of your diamond. D color diamonds are valuable because they are rare, not because they are noticeably more beautiful than other colorless diamonds.

Are Tiffany diamonds worth it?

Overall, they grade similarly to other labs, in terms of giving a Carat Weight, Color, Clarity and Cut. The most important, for Tiffany, is the cut as they only sell diamonds with Excellent Cut Grades. This alone is part of the reason their diamonds are worth it.

Does diamond color affect sparkle?

The diamond’s color also has an effect on a gemstone’s sparkle. Diamonds with less color tend to shine more brightly, as they have less absorption than lesser-colored stones. When it comes to a diamond’s brilliance, less color is better.

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