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Preferencing and Selecting


Color is typically the most important value-setting factor for gemstones and Color is composed of three dimensions: hue, tone, and saturation. 

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A gemstone's clarity grade is directly related to its rarity, Clarity characteristics include inclusions, which lie within the stone, or blemishes, which lie on the surface of a gem

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Cut refers to the shape or design of a stone, arrangement of facets, as well as the precision of the stone's proportions and finish. the cutting process reveals the beauty of a gem.

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The size of a gemstone is measured, not by its dimensions, but by weight. One carat, the traditional unit of measurement for gemstones, is equal to approximately 0.2 grams.

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The 4 C's above and the various combinations of color, clarity, cut and carat weight are primary elements in determining the value and rarity of a gemstone.

Clarity Grades

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Type 1

Type I

Usually eye-clean with no clarity characteristics visible to the unaided eye

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Type 2

Type II

Typically shows some eye-visible clarity characteristics that do not detract from the overall beauty of the gem.

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Type 3

Type III

Almost always contain eye-visible clarity characteristics.

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