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About Our Diamonds
The diamonds you will find in this diamond search can be purchased loose, or set into an engagement ring or jewellery piece.
All the diamonds listed here are GIA graded, certified and ethically sourced. Images, videos and sourcing location are available for most diamonds, upon request.
When shopping for a diamond through our diamond search, we suggest you first consider the diamond shape and your price point. The shapes we offer include (but not limited to): Round brilliant, cushion, oval, emerald, pear, princess or square, marquise, asscher, radiant, heart, hexagonal, rose cut and even antique cuts like the Old European.
Once you have a shape in mind, we suggest you optimise for the diamond carat weight and its brilliance (measured by the diamond’s proportions and cut grade) and only then colour and clarity.
Other characteristics, including the diamond’s polish, symmetry, fluorescence, depth and table are important too, and your diamond consultant can advise on these characteristics (or you can read more about these here).
The diamonds listed in our search tool are checked in person by our buyers to confirm they are eye-clean – their natural inclusions are not easily visible to the naked-eye. We then check for their brilliance and lustre, as we believe all our diamonds should have the maximum possible fire and sparkle.
This means that the diamonds listed here are checked again in person once you place your order. Once checked we e-mail you to confirm that the diamond you selected is beautiful and that we are proceeding with your order as planned.
Recommended by our Gemmologist
We’ve found the three-best priced options around the price point you suggested. All of our diamonds are graded by the Gemological Institute of America.
The three recommended diamonds below have the perfect balance of value and quality.
Cut: Excellent (applicable for round diamonds only)
Colour: F or G
All of these recommended diamonds are an F or G colour grade, and have a clarity grade of VS1, meaning that microscopic inclusions in the diamond are not visible to the naked eye.
You can use the advanced diamond search below if you’d like to see more options.
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Click here to learn how to choose a great old European-cut diamond.
Carat weight explained
While often confused with the size, carat weight is actually a unit that measures a diamond’s weight. When choosing a diamond, you should consider all 4 Cs to find a beautiful balance.
Applicable to round diamonds only, a cut grade refers to the balance of proportion, symmetry and polish achieved by the diamond cutter. Cut has the greatest influence over a diamond’s overall brilliance, with excellent and very good cut diamonds having the highest light return.
When diamonds are formed deep in the earth, they develop natural birthmarks. These slight irregularities are known as ‘clarity characteristics’. These may or may not be visible to the naked eye depending on their size, quantity or placement which is why it’s important to consider clarity when choosing your diamond.
White diamonds can have a colour grade from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow). Colour grades D-F are colourless and icy white and grades G-I are nearly colourless, with distinctions so subtle, most are indistinguishable to the untrained eye. We offer I colour grades and above.
Polish refers to the smoothness of the exterior of a diamond. We offer very good or excellent polish. This means that any marks that may appear on the diamond are difficult, or very difficult to locate under 10x magnification.
Symmetry refers to the angles to which the facets are aligned. We offer very good to excellent symmetry which means any symmetry defects are extremely difficult to see under 10x magnification or no defects are visible under 10x magnification.
Natural diamonds will emit a fluorescent glow when exposed to ultraviolet light, but their appearance in natural light is not affected. Diamonds with none or a faint fluorescence are rarer than those with a strong or very strong fluorescence. We offer diamonds with none, faint, medium or strong fluorescence grades.
What is a CanadaMark diamond?
CanadaMark diamonds are hallmarked with certification that details the origin of the diamond, down to the specific mine in Canada where it came from. CanadaMark diamonds are typically priced at a premium as this level of tracking is costly at every stage of the supply chain.
Diamonds that do not carry the CanadaMark are still ethically sourced, but do not have this additional certification. The rough diamond that these non-CanadaMark diamonds came from, carried the Kimberley Process certificate, prior to the diamond being polished, proving its origin and ensuring it too, was ethically sourced.