Solitaire diamond rings display a single diamond boldly on the ring to symbolize the sole devotion of the man and woman to each other. The elegance and brilliance of diamond solitaire rings is very evident in our collection. We hand pick each diamond to ensure that the ring has the high quality precious stones of varied choices of different woman. Our solitaire rings are vibrant in designs, settings and metal choices in keeping with the life styles of working and relaxed life styles of the bride-to-be.
We ensure that diamonds are of excellent cut to create as many facets as possible for brilliance and fire of the solitaire diamond rings. Each such ring has the stone that is colorless or near colorless so that you can proudly carry it on your finger on any prestigious occasion. As we believe in customer oriented approach, certified diamond solitaire rings from our collections are affordable to every buyer. To ensure it, solitaire rings have diamonds of visible to slightly visible flaws at cheaper prices. For a little higher cost, you can find very high quality eye clean diamonds for solitaire rings. But every diamond solitaire ring is competitively priced to guarantee affordability for every purchaser.
We encourage you to compare and evaluate your diamond purchase from us for a full 30 days. If you are not convinced that you have made the best choice possible, simply return it to us for a prompt full refund.
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While Color and Clarity are the major factors in determining the cost of a diamond, it is the Cut that breathes life, brilliance and sparkling fire into a diamond. Only 5% of all diamonds sold are Excellent or Ideal Cut, such as ours. Most diamonds sold at retail are Poor, Fair or Good Cut grades, and they appear milky and lifeless compared to a diamond of Excellent or Ideal Cut. You can calculate the return of light by studying the proportions of a diamond's Cut. Most gemologists agree on the 60-60 rule, that both the depth and table dimensions should be at or near 60%. In addition, the pavilion depth should be at or near 43.1% for the greatest return of light. . . . more about diamond Cut.
Diamonds are evaluated for color loose in the inverted position within a laboratory controlled lighting booth. After a diamond is set face up in a mounting, it is nearly impossible for even an expert gemologist to judge the difference between adjacent color grades such as between E-F color and G-H color in either daylight or indoor lighting conditions.
While the difference in perceived color is very slight, the difference in cost can be over 50% between a colorless diamond and a near colorless diamond of one carat or more. In short, near colorless diamonds represent a good value for a very slight difference. In addition, the greater return of light from an excellent cut diamond will far outweigh the minute difference in body color.
A diamond is considered "Eye Clean" if it has no flaws visible to the naked eye. Gemologists grade diamonds for clarity using a 10-power magnifying loupe. This is an important distinction if you are looking for the best value when buying a diamond
While the difference in Clarity between an SI3 diamond and an IF diamond cannot be discerned with the naked eye, the difference in cost can be well over 400% in a diamond of 1 carat or more. As mentioned above, the GIA Clarity scale rates and prices diamonds based on their rarity, not their perceived brilliance and beauty.
If you want the privilege of owning a rare masterpiece of nature, then we welcome you to consider diamonds above the SI Clarity range. However, unless the viewer has a magnifying loupe, or a microscope available, they will not be able to see the difference.