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Carat size is the measure of a diamond's weight. Diamonds of equal carat weight may vary in price, depending upon the stone's cut, clarity and color.

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How a diamond is cut determines a diamond's reflective qualities and brilliance, and influences its value. The better the cut, the brighter the diamond appears.

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Most diamonds contain tiny natural imperfections called inclusions, typically seen only by the trained eye using magnification. The smaller and less frequent the inclusions, the more valuable the diamond.

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In nature diamonds are found in a wide array of color - from colorless to rare pinks, yellows and blues, known as "fancies". Most diamonds have at least a trace of yellow, brown or grey. In general, the more colorless a diamond, the greater its value.

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Move the sliders back and forth to your desired price range.  Price is generally determined by the diamond's 4C's: carat size, cut, clarity, and color.

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