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Diamond Promise Ring

If you are looking for the perfect way to express your dedicated love without popping the question, then a diamond promise ring is just what you need. A diamond promise ring is a delightful way of saying how much that special lady means to you.

Diamonds are truly a rare stone. They are some of the rarest on the planet and everyone loves to give and receive them. When you are ready to buy a diamond promise ring you will definitely want to do some research so you will be well educated when it comes to diamonds. You will want to get the highest quality diamond and the only way to do that is to get fully knowledgeable about the 4 C’s of diamonds.

The first consideration is the carat weight of the diamond. The larger diamonds are harder to come by therefore making them higher in price per carat. The word carot comes from the word carob. This is seed which is today to season food. Centuries ago this seed that consistently weights the same was used to balance out scales to find the weight of gold, silver and precious stones that were traded. Early on in the 1900’s the carat was made into a standard one fifth of a gram. The carat can be reduced further into points. One hundred points would be equal to 1 carat total weight of the diamond. The carat weight of a diamond is the single most important factor when it comes to the overall value of the diamond.

Another factor to remember is the colour of the diamond. Diamonds come in more colours than any other gem material making them absolutely precious to the one receiving them. Most of the diamonds bought are colourless, and the closer these diamonds appear to be colourless the rarer and more valuable they tend to be. You will find from time to time very fancy colours of diamonds that are very rare and very expensive. These diamonds come in beautiful combinations of blue, brown, yellow, pink, red, and green.

The clarity of the diamond is something that can be graded by several different factors. Diamonds are naturally formed deep within the earth’s surface under tremendous pressure and extreme heat. All diamonds are imperfect in some way because an absolute flawless diamond is extremely rare and virtually unaffordable. The last thing to remember about the 4 Cs is the cut of the diamond. There are many different cuts available and all offer unique qualities that are sure to please that special love in your life.


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