Certification Lab: (Gemological Institute of America)
The GIA is considered to be the world's foremost authority in gemology. A GIA Diamond Grading Report is the most widely understood and trusted set of credentials that can accompany a diamond.
Carat Weight: 0.44 ct.
Diamonds are sold by the carat (shown as ct.), which is actually a unit of weight, though most think of a carat in terms of size. Today, a carat is equal to exactly 0.2 grams (about the weight of a paper clip). Bigger does not necessarily mean better. All four Cs - Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat weight must be balanced in order to arrive at a diamond that fits your budget.
Color Grade: G
Your diamond’s color rating is G color and in the colorless range. G,H,I,J (near colorless) are the most chosen color grades.
Near Colorless GHIJ
Faint Color KLM
= Your Diamond= Most Chosen
Cut: Very Good
The cut of your diamond loses minimal light allowing for considerable brilliance and fire. A Very Good Make diamond reflects nearly all light that enters. Less expensive than an Excellent Make, it still displays a good amount of brilliance and sparkle.
ideal diamond visualization*
Clarity Grade: SI1
Your diamond has SI1 clarity rating. While all diamonds are unique, FL/IF - VS2 grades are considered always clean to the naked eye. SI1 - SI2 are almost always eye clean.
Flawless/Internally Flawless FL/IF
Very Very Slightly Included VVS1VVS2
Very Slightly Included VS1VS2
Slightly Included SI1SI2
= Your Diamond= Most Chosen= Mostly Eye Clean
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