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Make her heart skip a beat when you present her with this beautiful engagement set. It features an engagement ring and wedding band that combine to form a stunning symbol of your love. Adorned with a 1/2-ct. diamond center stone, as well as a complement of round-cut diamonds and diamond baguettes, they make a perfect pair.
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Diamond weights are approximate. Diamond total weights may vary between .01 and .08 ct. Some diamonds have fewer than 17 facets.
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Every diamond is unique, but all diamonds share certain features helpful for comparison and quality assessment. These features are Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight, also known as the 4Cs, developed by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
Cut refers to the arrangement of the stone's facets and the precision of the cuts, which affect its interaction with light. A well-cut diamond optimizes brightness (white light reflecting from the surface and interior), fire (flares of color) and scintillation (flashes of light seen when the diamond moves).
Color does not refer to what color a diamond is, but to the amount of color in the stone. The closer to colorless a diamond is, the more desirable and valuable. Truly colorless stones are extremely rare; most diamonds used in jewelry are nearly colorless with faint yellow or brown tints.
Clarity measures the number and size of a diamond's inclusions (internal) and blemishes (external). The fewer of these characteristics that exist in a diamond, the better its clarity grade on GIA's eleven-grade scale.
Carat weight is the unit of measurement for diamond weight. A greater carat weight will generally mean a more expensive diamond. However, carat weight alone does not determine price or size; the stone's cut and shape affect how large the stone appears and, in addition to color and clarity, help determine value.