D Flawless Diamonds:
“D Flawless" diamonds are top-tier gems, distinguished by their colourlessness (grade D) and absence of internal or external flaws, even under 10x magnification, making them exceptionally rare and valuable.
HVS2 diamonds are high-quality gems with a near-colourless look (H) and just slight imperfections (VS2), making them a beautiful and appealing choice
The Four Cs: Carat, Clarity, Colour, and Cut
These are the factors and attributes determining the overall price and quality of a diamond.
Carat weight is a measure used to quantify the size of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams, and the carat weight is a crucial factor in determining the overall value of a gemstone.
Diamond clarity grade refers to the assessment of internal and external imperfections, known as inclusions and blemishes, within a diamond. This grade helps determine the level of clarity or purity of the diamond, with higher grades indicating fewer and less visible flaws.
Diamond colour distribution refers to the variety of colours present in a collection of diamonds, indicating the range of hues within that specific group of gemstones.
Diamond cut refers to the quality of a diamond's faceting and shaping, influencing its overall visual appeal.
Diamond inclusions refer to the internal imperfections or tiny flaws within a diamond.
CVD Diamond Growth Process:
The CVD (Chemical Vapour Deposition) diamond growth process is a method for creating synthetic diamonds by depositing carbon atoms from a gas onto a substrate, resulting in the formation of diamond crystals. This is the diamond growth process that creates Skydiamonds.