Which clarity is the best for diamonds?

Which clarity is the best for diamonds?


What is the diamond rating scale?

The AGS 0–10 grading scale is easy to understand: the highest possible grade is zero, and the lowest is 10. ... When writing the grades of a diamond using the AGS Scale, diamond Cut grade is first, then diamond Color, Clarity, then Carat Weight—in that order.

How are diamonds rated?

Diamonds are rated based on a system created by the Gemologists Institute of America (GIA), that rates a diamond's quality based on the qualities of cut, carat weight, clarity, and color. Each of these qualities has its own scale, which comes together to determine a diamond's final rating.

What is the best class of diamonds?

FL (or Flawless) is the highest grade for clarity. An FL diamond has no imperfections even when magnified 10x by a professional. For color, D or completely colorless diamond is the highest grade. While flawless and colorless diamonds are extremely rare, cut determines a diamond's true value.

Is I color good for diamond?

I color diamonds offer an excellent combination of near-colorless beauty and value for money, making them a great choice. For the best appearance, we recommend sticking to the round or princess cuts for diamonds in this color, although the Asscher and emerald cuts are also fine.

Is J color diamond bad?

While the J color grade can be a great value choice for round diamonds, it isn't always a good choice for other diamond shapes. Not all diamond shapes reflect light as well as the round brilliant cut, meaning they tend to show their color more obviously.