Traditionally a diamond's cost is based on the characteristics known as the "4 C's". Clarity, Color, Cut and Carat Weight determine the value of a stone. When selecting a diamond, shape is one of the most important factors to consider. No one shape is better than another, so choose the shape that you like best. Another important characteristic is assurance that you get your diamond from conflict-free sources.

diamond color

A diamond's color grade refers to the lack of color. Diamonds that are white, containing little or no color, receive higher quality grades than those with visible color.