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Step 1: Choose a diamond based on the 4Cs.

Colour

A diamond’s colour is measured on a scale from D to Z, with D representing a colourless diamond and Z representing a coloured, yellow diamond. 

L to R: Colourless (D-E-F), Near Colourless (G-H-I), Faint Yellow (J-K-L-M), Very Light Yellow (N-O-P-Q-R) and Light Yellow (S-T- U-V & W-X-Y-Z)

Cut

Light physics plays an important role in affecting a diamond’s appearance. Thus, the way a diamond is cut can alter how light interacts with the diamond dramatically. An ideal cut will deliver a stunning scintillation, help to hide any inclusions and improve the diamond's colour.
 

L to R: Shallow Cut, Ideal Cut and Deep Cut

Clarity

Clarity refers to the absence of imperfections such as inclusions and blemishes on a diamond. Inclusions are caused by small crystals trapped within a diamond during its formation, whereas blemishes are external flaws on a diamond’s surface.

L to R: Flawless, Internally Flawless (FL, IF), Very Very Slightly Included (VVS1,VVS2), Very Slightly Included (VS1,VS2), Slightly Included (SI1, SI2, SI3) and Included (I1,I2,I3)

Carat Weight

Lastly, a diamond’s value is measured through its weight or carat. One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams, and each carat can be subdivided into 100 “points”. 

L to R: 0.50ct, 0.75ct, 1.00ct, 2.00ct and 5.00ct

Step 2: Choose a 4-Prong Ring or a 6-Prong Ring.

Next, you have to choose whether you want a ring with 4 prongs or 6 prongs.

A 4-Prong Ring accentuates and produces a squarish look for diamonds. However, it can be a bit unstable and the diamond might fall off. 

On the other hand, a 6-Prong Ring is more secure and is suitable for round diamonds, but it might overshadow smaller diamonds.  

Step 3: Speak to our consultants.

The final step would be to consult our team. We will help you determine the best diamond ring design based on your styling preferences and hand size.