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Loose Diamonds

The cut of certified loose diamond determines not only the overall shape of the stone, but it also includes the many facets that are cut within the stone. These facets are what give the diamond its luster and sparkle that catch eyes wherever you go. There are professional diamond cutters in the world who take rough diamonds and make them beautiful. A rough diamond is one that has just been excavated from the earth and is not very pretty at all.

The color of a diamond is determined by which elements it was exposed to underground while it was being formed by the earth. Boron, for example, makes diamond blue. Of course there are many variations of white loose diamonds. The whiter the diamond, the more valuable it is.

The clarity of a diamond deals with how perfect or flawless the diamond is. Loose diamonds are made by the earth under extreme conditions, so it makes sense that they would get a little scuffed throughout their journey to the surface of the earth. These scuffs take away from the value of the stone, but most of the time, they cannot be detected by the human eye. This means you can get a gorgeous diamond and also save a few dollars!

The carat weight of loose diamonds reflect how large the diamond is. A carat is a unit of measurement used to determine the size of a diamond. The bigger the diamond, the more expensive it is. However, each of these four categories can fluctuate considerably, making diamonds available at every end of the financial spectrum. Just because a diamond is big does not mean it is super expensive. It is possible to have a large diamond that has a number of imperfections, which would take away from its value. Figure out which category is most important to you and go from there. You also want to stick to your budget no matter what!