0.05 ct Blue Diamond Round Brilliant Cut Loose Diamond Natural Earth-mined Enhanced (I1-I2)

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"Whether you are looking for a classic shape or cut that offers the maximum brilliance and fire." Round Brilliant Cut When people think of diamonds, the round shape is typically imaged. Because they are such a classic and maintain a bright sparkle, round cut diamonds remain very popular around the world. Round diamonds have a very good cut that allows even a lower clarity or color grade to produce a fairly bright sparkle, another reason it is such a popular shape. Being the most expensive cut, when a round diamond is cut and processed, it loses more of its carat weight than any other shape. Cut, color, clarity, carat weight When looking for your perfect diamond, it is necessary to know the ins and outs of each characteristic of a diamond- the 4 C's: cut, color, clarity, and carat weight. Each "C" contributes to the overall quality of each diamond and influences the price you will pay. It is necessary to have your diamond professionally graded to ensure that you are getting the quality of diamond you purchase. GIA is a globally known professional diamond grading laboratory and was the first to create the standard for grading diamonds going by the 4 C's. When GIA completes the grading of any particular diamond, they will give you a diamond grading report upon purchase of a diamond. Also, after GIA has graded a diamond, it will be inscribed with a verification number. A verification number ensures that the quality matches your grading report; this is also important to have in case your diamond is ever lost or stolen. Before learning about what the 4 C's are in depth, it is essential to know the anatomy of a diamond. Often, customers want to know which "C" is the most important for a brilliant looking diamond. Most jewelers will tell you that the cut is the most important characteristic of a diamond due to the purpose: creating the sparkle.