CREDENCE DIAMOND's size chart
We refer you to please know the way how we work. Here is mentioned the process that we do when diamonds get polished.
1) After polishing the diamonds, we assort as per its size. To assort diamonds as per its size we use standard sieves, mentioned here in the picture.
Yet we have not assorted the diamonds as per its purity, color or cut.
2) When we get the order of the diamonds, our very experienced assorters assort the diamonds, exactly as per the buyer's requirement.
So, this is the way how all the manufacturer works. And that is why we have not shown our stock as per its purity, color or cut. And that is also why we have only shown the stocks separated(assorted) as per their size difference.
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*This chart is showing the No. of sieve with its size and its relevant weight of diamond.
4c's - CUT, CLARITY, COLOR and CARAT
A diamond’s brilliance is largely determined by its cut. An expertly-cut diamond with perfectly symmetrical and aligned facets will reflect light beautifully, leading to unrivaled brilliance. True expertise is required to create facets with perfect proportions that maximise light and increase a diamond’s signature sparkle.
The Scale for CUT:
As you saw, the grade of cut descends from excellent to poor.
Diamonds are created by tremendous heat and pressure deep within the earth. This thoroughly organic process means that virtually all diamonds contain internal inclusions and surface blemishes. Diamonds with fewer of these characteristics are deemed to have a higher clarity, ranging from FL, or Flawless, to I, signalling a number of inclusions.
The Scale for CLARITY:
VERY-VERY SLIGHTLY INCLUDED (VVS1 & VVS2)
VERY SLIGHTLY INCLUDED (VS1 & VS2)
SLIGHTLY INCLUDED (SI1 & SI2)
INCLUDED (I1, I2 & I3)
The gage for cut descends from left to right.
White or colorless diamonds exist on a scale of many different shades, ranging from brilliant white to pale yellow. These subtle differences are graded on a color scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Beautiful colored diamonds, in hues of yellow, pink, blue, orange, green and red, for example, go beyond all other measures of rarity, and a graded based on their intensity and enticing depth of color.
The Scale for COLOR:
(D - F)
NEAR COLORLESS (G - H)
FAINT (H - I)
VERY LIGHT (I - J)
LIGHT (J - K)