The quality attributes of a diamond are its color, clarity and cut.
- Color: for best color, select "D,E,F" in the filter
Our filter groups diamonds with a D, E and F color in the same category because they all are colorless - in other words - EXTREMELY WHITE.
Expert tip: No need to go for a D color. An F diamond will look just as white and could save you a lot of money.
- Clarity: for best clarity, select "F, IF" or "VVS" in the filter
The clarity determines how pure a diamond actually looks like. When a diamond appears to have "stains", the clarity grade is low.
For best clarity grade, choose "F" (flawless) / "IF" (internally flawless) in the filter. We grouped both of them as they actually look the same. Moreover, actual "F" flawless diamonds are almost impossible to find. The filter will most likely display only "IF" graded diamonds.
Expert tip: Downgrade the clarity grade to "VVS" (very very slightly included). Only a diamond expert and a 10x magnification can see the difference between VVS and F/IF graded diamonds. They are also less expensive than F/IF diamonds.
- Cut: check that the cut grade is "Excellent"
We offer many different cut grades for a range of budgets.
If you choose a "D,E or F" color and an "F,IF" or "VVS" clarity, you will most definitely have a diamond whose cut grade is also the best: "Excellent". You can always double-check it by opening the GIA certificate of the stone you are interested in.