Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

1. Which are the Most Popular Shapes And Cutting Styles?
However, the ten most common shapes are round, cushion, oval, emerald, radiant, asscher, princess, pear, heart, and marquise.
2. What shape should I choose?
Princess cut diamonds are the second most popular shape after round brilliant cuts. Since this is frequently the first significant piece of jewellery purchased, rounds are the timeless, traditional cut that people most often choose. Due to the deeply ingrained traditions surrounding marriage. Due to its lower depth percentage, the round sparkles nicely, conceals colour and inclusions, and appears larger than the majority of fancy shape diamonds. Remember that it costs more because of this as well. If your future spouse isn't the conventional type, deviate and choose an oval or cushion cut. These are pretty common and not overly fantastical. Examine marquise or pear-shaped diamonds if you truly want to be "out there." 
3. Should I buy in store or online?
This is a personal question. Like with electronics, in today's day and age, we recommend the try in store, buy online methodology. The store can be valuable in helping you understand just how small inclusions are or how small the difference in colour grades really is. However, the store will have higher prices, up to 30 percent more. There will be limitations in diamond selection and the sales pressure is much higher. Buying online saves you money, allows you to buy comfortably and gives you the widest range of options.
4. How do I clean the diamond?
Diamonds are dirt and oil magnets. And dirt, oil and dust destroy a diamond's ability to sparkle because light cannot pass in and out. Every so often, possibly once a month, we recommend simply cleaning the diamond with a soft bristled toothbrush and soap with warm water. It's just that simple. It will restore the lustre and shine of the diamond and look also as good as now. Once a year, request your jeweller to clean the diamond and ring. Their ultrasonic cleaner will be the most effective.
5. is there a Certificate or Grading Report for diamond?
Definitely, yes. One of the first questions you should ask your dealer whenever you are buying a diamond is whether it comes with a certificate. If you intend to sell your diamond at any point in the future, a highly respected certificate is very helpful. Ideally, a reputable organisation such as the American Gem Society or the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) should give the grading certificate (AGS). Beware of diamonds that have grading certificates from laboratories like EGL or IGI. The information listed wouldn't be trustworthy, and the diamond's attributes would be totally off. Sometimes jewellers may even provide their own internal paperwork or appraisals from "supposed" neutral third-party grading companies. Keep a sharp eye out and be wary. These are merely marketing strategies used by dishonest jewellers to give the impression that they are enhancing the worth of your purchase when they are not.
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