How to Select a Diamond for your beloved

Most people can’t figure out the difference between ‘Diamond’s shape’ and the ‘Diamond’s cut’. Although the two terms sound similar and are used interchangeably, they are worlds apart. The prior refers to the external geometric construction of a gem, while the latter refers to its internal structure. If you are still wondering about how to select a Diamond for that special occasion, then you can count on Uniglo Diamonds. We provide you with all the assistance that you may require.

While you look into the aesthetics such the diamond’s shape, we make a much deeper analysis. We look into the technical aspects such as the diamond’s cuts,  clarity and color. Thereafter, we grade it as per our diamond clarity scale and diamond color scale. Uniglo strives hard to bring you the best of both the worlds. We ensure that you receive the best value for your money. After all, a Diamond is an investment and we completely understand that.

More about a Diamond’s Shape

The shape of a Diamond is the most prominent attribute, and it adds a whole new dimension to the appearance of any jewel, thereby enhancing its beauty. Uniglo Diamonds is focused on procuring Diamonds of the highest grade in order to get you the best value for your money. Meanwhile, depending on your preferences, we help you sift through some exquisite options to make any occasion a celebration.

Uniglo Diamonds is focussed on providing you with an assortment of shapes such as the classic Round-shaped Diamonds; the swanky Oval-shaped Diamonds, further classified into Pear and Marquise; the trendy Square-shaped Diamonds, further classified into Cushion and Princess; the swanky Rectangular-shaped Diamonds, further classified into Emerald and Radiant and the most sought-after heart-shaped Diamond.

Although the choice of Diamond’s shape is largely influenced by one’s personal preferences, there are certain other traits that have a greater impact on the gem’s value. These traits, popularly known as the 4 Cs guide you on how to select a diamond and acts as a yardstick to measure the quality and value of a Diamond. Let us now delve into each of these 4 Cs.

The 4 Cs of a Diamond

Cut

The Diamond’s cuts refer to its reflective properties, and at Uniglo Diamonds, we inspect this under special lighting conditions. We consider it our duty to provide you with Diamonds that have the perfect structure.

Color

At Uniglo, we follow a universally accepted diamond color scale, which ensures a globally acceptable yardstick. We rank the colorless diamonds on the top of our diamond color scale, next in line are the ones with a yellowish hue, and finally, at the bottom of the scale are the ones with a brownish hue. Therefore, depending on your preference and budget, we strive hard to provide you the best.

Clarity

Once we procure the Diamond, it goes through a standard grading process to ensure that the gem is in par with Uniglo’s clarity grading standards. Diamond is the hardest form of Carbon, formed under intense pressure. Therefore, it needs to be devoid of blemishes and inclusions, to grade well on our diamond clarity scale. At Uniglo Diamonds, we use a sophisticated grading-process and advanced equipment to ensure higher gem clarity.

Carat

Diamonds are measured on the basis of carats, which is a deeper classification of a gram. To be more precise, one carat weights 200 milligrams, and therefore five carats make one gram. Measuring this requires precise weighing scales, which can measure up to the fifth decimal. At Uniglo Diamonds, we use the best-in-line measuring scales to protect the best interests of our clients.

Uniglo Diamonds would be your perfect partner in this pursuit for the best Diamond. So whether you are concerned about impressing your beloved with a priceless jewel, or plan to make a timeless investment, we are here to assist you and educate you on how to select a diamond.

At Uniglo, we skim through the best available options and do all that we can, to help you make a well-informed decision and get the best value for your money.

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