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Shape Size Cut Color Clarity Lab Price
Heart 0.38 N/A F I2 None $427
Heart 0.42 N/A F VS2 GIA $804
Heart 0.55 N/A H SI2 GIA $951
Heart 0.52 N/A F SI1 GIA $1,048
Heart 0.72 N/A E I1 GIA $1,391
Heart 0.75 N/A I SI2 GIA $1,512
Heart 1.00 N/A H I2 GIA $1,862
Heart 1.02 N/A L VS2 GIA $2,313
Heart 0.80 N/A H SI1 GIA $2,331
Heart 1.00 N/A J SI3 None $2,422
Heart 1.00 N/A K SI2 None $2,425
Heart 1.18 N/A J I1 GIA $2,637
Heart 0.71 N/A D VS2 GIA $2,684
Heart 1.02 N/A K SI2 None $2,878
Heart 1.00 N/A D SI2 None $3,348
Heart 1.00 N/A J VS2 GIA $3,354
Heart 0.96 N/A D SI1 None $3,374
Heart 1.06 N/A H SI2 None $3,891
Heart 1.00 N/A F SI2 None $4,275
Heart 1.01 N/A F SI2 GIA $4,585
Heart 1.00 N/A F SI1 GIA $4,661
Heart 1.01 N/A H SI1 GIA $4,827
Heart 1.00 N/A F VS2 GIA $5,372
Heart 1.01 N/A E SI2 None $5,515
Heart 1.00 N/A E SI1 GIA $5,630
Heart 1.26 N/A I VVS1 GIA $6,028
Heart 1.64 N/A F I1 GIA $6,170
Heart 2.16 N/A F VS1 None $20,896
Heart 4.01 N/A K SI2 None $25,871
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Scientifically speaking, the round brilliant cut diamond, designed with 57-58 facets, has the most sparkle. Of course, because each diamond is unique, it is still important to take a look at the individual diamond to evaluate its sparkle.  

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Round brilliant cut diamonds look larger than other cuts, largely because much of the diamond’s surface area is captured in the circular shape. Elongated cuts, including oval, emerald, and marquise cut diamonds also make for a larger looking diamond.  

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Diamond color is actually a reference to a diamond’s lack of color, and the less color a diamond has, the higher its color grade. Colorless diamonds are graded D, E, or F. Near-colorless diamonds are graded G-J.

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Diamonds need to be cut into a faceted shaped stones from their rough natural state. First, the selected area must be separated from the rough diamond, either by cleaving, or by using a diamond saw or laser. Next, two diamonds are set onto opposite-spinning axles to grind the diamond into its shape in a process known as bruiting or girdling. Finally, the stone is polished to brilliant perfection.

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London Gold