Diamond selection is based on the four C's: carat, cut, color and clarity. Our selector table will help you choose the carat weight of your Diamond Signature, as well as the cut and color.
Clarity is defined by the tiny flaws or inclusions that naturally occur in a diamond. You can be assured that the diamond selected for your Diamond Signature is of jewel quality - the same quality you will find in respected jewelry stores - and your Diamond Grading Report, which comes with each precious gem, will be your guarantee of quality.
Carat refers to the weight of the diamond, not necessarily the size. Typically, you can expect that the larger the weight, the bigger the diamond will be. However, this is not always the case as the cut of the diamond often determines its size. Choose the carat weight that reflects your energy.
Cut refers to the shape of the diamond as well as the faceting produced by a diamond craftsperson. A round diamond is the most brilliant of diamond shapes and is often referred to as the round brilliant-cut. Others include the radiant or the princess. These three are the most commonly ordered diamonds. There are also several unique cuts that are considered to be more rare -- the emerald, pear, oval, heart or marquise are also available, but often look best in a larger weight. Select the cut that reflects your essence.
Diamonds often appear icy white, but typically have hints of color in them. These are usually referred to as white diamonds. Natural diamonds, however, can often be found in fancy colors such as: blue, green, yellow, and cognac. These colored diamonds are extremely rare and valuable. Thanks to the process used to create our Diamond Signature, we can simulate colors to create these precious diamonds. Select the color that reflects your spirit.
Intense Dark Blue
Your Diamond Signature comes in a presentation capsule, but you may choose to mount your diamond in either a ring or pendant, so you can keep it close. Choose either 14 Karat gold or platinum to complement the brilliance of your stone.
"Due to limitations of the Internet, the actual size and color of the diamond you order will not be as shown. For actual sizes and colors we recommend you visit a jewelry store to confirm the size and color you wish to order."