Diamond Clarity

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What Does Diamond Clarity Mean?

As one of the 4 C’s used to describe and determine diamond quality, cut references how well a diamond’s facets interact with light. Though it’s often confused with shape, which refers to the external outline of a diamond (such as round, oval, or pear), cut is actually responsible for a diamond’s ability to transmit light and sparkle. Precise artistry and craftsmanship are required to cut a diamond so that its proportions, symmetry, and polish deliver maximum light return and stunning shine. The better a diamond is cut, the more sparkly it will be.
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The flat surface at the top of the diamond.

 
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The top portion of a diamond, from the girdle to the table.

 
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I

The flat surface at the top of the diamond.

 
G

The top portion of a diamond, from the girdle to the table.

 
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F

The flat surface at the top of the diamond.

 
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The flat surface at the top of the diamond.

 
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D

The flat surface at the top of the diamond.

 

D Color

D is the highest color grade awarded only to completely colorless diamonds. To the naked eye, D color diamonds feature an icy whiteness that contains no color at all.

D Color

E-color diamonds are colorless and appear almost identical to D-color diamonds. The majority of the time, the difference between these two grades is only visible to an expert gemologist.