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What You Need to Know About Picking Out Diamond Jewelry

Last updated 2 years ago

Nothing compares to the beauty of a diamond. That is why these dazzling gemstones are the most popular choice for engagement rings and a variety of other types of jewelry. You can find an assortment of stunning diamond jewelry here at the Home Consignment Center. But if you want to find the very best diamond, you will need to know what to look for:

  • Cut: This characteristic is often considered the most important when determining a diamond’s value. Diamond cut does not refer to the shape of the diamond, it refers to the proportions of the diamond and how well the stone reflects light. A diamond’s brilliance depends on its cut—an ideal cut will reflect the most light.
  • Color: Diamonds can be found in a wide variety of colors, including yellow, blue, and pink. These diamonds are considered fancy-colored diamonds and are quite rare and highly valued. When buying diamond jewelry, you will typically look for diamonds with the least amount of color. Completely colorless diamonds are considered much more valuable than diamonds with a slight yellow or brown appearance.
  • Clarity: Find a diamond that contains as few flaw and imperfections as possible. Diamonds are brought to the surface of the earth through kimberlite volcanoes, which is why it is easy for them to become damaged or flawed. A diamond with no blemishes or inclusions will hold the highest value and will also have the most impressive appearance.
  • Carat: This term refers to the physical weight of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to approximately one-fifth of a gram. Diamonds with a higher carat weight may be considered more valuable, but all factors must be considered before determining a diamond’s true value.

You can find high-quality diamonds in the collection of consigned jewelry here at the Home Consignment Center. Stop by one of our Bay Area locations to learn more!

 

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