The colour of the diamond is how "white" a diamond shines. D colour is the "whitest" or most "colourless" on the chart which is organised alphabetically, starting with the letter D. So D is the "whitest" or most "colourless" on the chart. The difference between a D or an E or an F is almost indiscernible to the naked eye, all three are bright white stones.These are considered "near-colourless".
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Refers to the measure to ascertain the imperfections in a diamond. Many inclusions are only visible to an experienced diamond grader and are not visible to the naked eye, so therefore do not effect the diamonds natural beauty. To a novice a VS1 - SI2 will more than likely look exactly the same or more information please come by our show room or give us a call. A member of our friendly team is always happy to assist.
A Diamond certificate is issued by an accredited independent gemological laboratory. In addition to the diamond’s carat weight and measurements, a certificate includes grades for the diamond’s cut, colour and clarity. These grades are the opinion of the lab who graded the diamond, based on the lab’s own grading standards. Certificates include other information about the diamond’s polish, symmetry and fluorescence, and also a graphical depiction of the diamond showing the location of the diamond’s inclusion.