Look at color, setting and the styles
Again when you want to choose exquisitely designed diamonds, take multiple factors into consideration. Just do not go by a prejudiced notion, after all. When you want to select a pure white diamond to mount on a white gold ring or platinum, level D can be chosen. Whilst for yellow gold, levels G, H or even I can be chosen.
When the diamond specialist looks for rare forms of colored diamonds, special attention is given to the color of the stone. Gray, brown and yellow are affordable colored diamonds. Oranges and high-quality yellows are mid-range. Ultra-modern and posh stones, that are really rare to find, include shades like blue, green, pink, purple, violet and glittery reds.
The more the inclusions, the pettier the diamonds are
If you go for a flawless diamond stone, it comes to you with absolutely no-flaw-no-inclusion, kind of a stone. The stunning finish is comparable to none other. But then, there is one striking aspect, lot of buyers, fail to understand. A super clarity stone can be a little monotonous.
Stones with the fringes, picques or inclusions add to the pretty looking appearance of a range of loose diamonds. If you go, for getting a wedding tiara, or a crystallized form of necklace designed, you necessarily need to pick stones with inclusions.
SI1 and SI2 range of diamonds have inclusions that are visible to the naked eye, as such.
Go for the cuts in a wise manner
A rounded cut or a princess cut stone is the most expensive one indeed. You can go for square cuts, cushion squares and oval shaped stones, in order to save your wallet by at least 40 to 50%.
Say for instance, a round 1 Carat diamond with a VS1 clarity costs you $9000. While the oval shaped one is $6500. For a 0.5 carat stone, a round shaped diamond costs you $1,700 while an oval shaped stone costs you $1,350.
Colored diamonds with fancy cuts make the jewelry look prettier and more fabulous.
Florescence- an aspect to be considered
When you go for a fluorescent diamond, you can definitely get the stone at a slightly reduced price. Counting on flaws, is what saves you, the money as well. As far as white diamonds are concerned, people prefer going in for the fluorescent stone, as it adds to a better degree of radiance or whiteness.
Fluorescence is however an aspect that is only visible under a UV enabled lamp. When you plan buying jewelry containing yellow diamonds, the fluorescent aspect of the stone, needs to be considered at depth. For other colored diamonds, this is however, not a major consideration that requires reviewing.