At Eternity we offer 100% natural diamonds, we do not work with treated or artificial diamonds. The diamonds we choose are of high quality with very good brightness in relation to their price. The diamonds with which we work in Eternity are in a range of VVS1 to VS2 and of color from F to J as well as they present as an rule an exceptional quality to the cut which we certify with a gemologist and deliver to all our clients. The diamonds within these parameters only have slight impurities that are not visible to the naked eye, only by an expert under a microscope or jeweler loupe as well as having a beautiful white color without yellow hue. The International Diamond Rating System of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is the worldwide recognized standard for the evaluation of diamonds. Next, we present the main characteristics of a diamond as well as the GIA table based on which the value of a diamond is known.
Clarity: Clarity in diamonds refers, as its name says, to its clarity and purity. Specifies how many impurities are present in the interior and surface of the diamond and where they are located. A clear diamond, with few impurities allows light to refract inside the diamond which gives it its brightness as well as its value.
Color: Color refers to the color scale in white diamonds. White diamonds may have a slightly yellow hue. The less colored diamond has, the most value.
Cut: The cut refers to the proportions, symmetry, finish and polish of a diamond. These are the factors that influence the reflective qualities and brilliance of the diamond. A bad cut dampens the brightness by preventing the light from dispersing evenly. This is the only characteristic of the diamond that is determined by artistic ability and not by nature.
Carats: Carat refers to the weight of a diamond. However, the carats of a diamond is not the main feature that determines the value of a diamond. Two diamonds of equal weight can vary widely in price depending on the other characteristics named above.