Colourless Diamond

Diamond – the treasure of nature, flame with the eternal light, bright and strong. Its pureness and flawlessness became the symbol of marriage.Purchasing diamonds often requires a deep understanding of a lot of know-how. GIA grading system helps us to understand different characteristics and grading of diamonds. However, it is not easy to understand these professional terms alone, while choosing diamond often require a board range of technique.
Dawn Wedding offers professional diamond guide service, accompanied by our GIA qualified diamond consultant, to help you choose the right quality diamond, provide quotation and customise services.

How does a diamond look like? People often relate diamond in round shape. In fact, most unpolished rough diamonds are in octahedron shape. Round diamonds are indeed through polishing to meet market demand. Proficient diamond cutters determine how to cut the rough diamonds after studying their status. The octahedron-shaped rough diamonds are usually divided into two parts to produce two round diamonds. Round-shaped diamonds incur heavier weight loss during cutting process with precious cutting skill is required, therefore round-shape diamond appears higher value among others.

Diamond weight unit is known as Carat. Do you know the name Carat indeed comes from Carob bean? In ancient times, the diamond trading area abounded in Carob beans. Local businessmen discovered the seeds of Carob have uniform weight for weighting of diamonds. The word “Carat” as a result, has becomes the unit of diamonds’ weight. Nowadays, diamond weight needs to be measured by machine for precise accuracy.

White diamonds are valued by “colour”. Interestingly, it is all about “how colourless it is”. GIA graders grade diamonds under controlled conditions by comparing them to Master Stone. Their experience and judgement are crucial to variations of colour grading.

Most people find attracted by diamond’s purity, the flawless refers to the clarity of diamonds. In fact, most diamonds are not flawless. Whereas, most natural diamonds contain inclusions during formation. Since diamonds contain different inclusions, knowing how to distinguish them is one of the major sign when choosing diamond. Inclusions do not just affect the beauty of a diamond but may lead to diamond cleavage.

Do you know cutting is the most important element that affecting a diamond’s brilliance? A well cut diamond allows entering light to reflect inside the stone which then travels to our eyes , letting us see the brightness of the diamond. However, a poor cut diamond leads to the escape of entering light which makes the diamond dull. According to our past experience, “cutting” is mostly ignored among other grades, yet, it is typically detectable to the naked eyes.

Fluorescence may be produced during the formation of diamonds. Fluorescence cannot easily be seen generally. But, one day, if you go down a pub for a drink, you should be aware. If your diamond is with medium to strong fluorescence, it will emit a blue glow due to ultraviolet light, revealing that the quality of your diamond is relatively low.

Balance & Choice

There is no “good” or “bad” in natural diamonds. People rate diamonds according to their features, and determine their price due to the market demand. If you purchase a high-grading diamond, its price will increase tremendously due to its rareness. We suggest customers not to pursue an expensive diamond blindly, but to strike for a balance among different factors.

GIA is the most foremost global authority on diamond grading. Its examination and grading technique on diamonds are very reliable as it upholds the standards of science and independence. Dawn Wedding only sells GIA certified diamonds, we provide professional advice to choose the right quality diamonds concerning your needs.

Every diamond is unique. The brilliance of each diamond could be different despite of the same attributes . Level of brightness, fire, and sparkle can be compared under naked eyes, therefore customers are suggested to observe and experience the shininess of diamonds in person.

Customers are not suggested to make a decision barely relying on the certificate. For example, black inclusions can be easily seen in colorless diamonds, however, the certificate does not mention the color of the inclusion. Secondly, if a minor pinpoint located at a mirroring place, it will affect the appearance of diamonds as the entering light will repeatedly refract the inclusion. Thus, we suggest customers to inspect the stones in person.

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