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Start with a Diamond

Start With A Diamond


You can start by choosing a diamond shape or price range. You can also choose from Express Karo’s exclusive collections.

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Express Karo Diamond Collections


Leo
The first diamond ever independently certified to be visibly brighter.
Every Leo Diamond is independently measured for superior fire, sparkle and brilliance.
Tolkowsky
Inventors of the ideal cut diamond.
In 1919, Marcel Tolkowsky invented the Ideal Cut Diamond. To this day, the Ideal Cut remains the benchmark for industry excellence.

What To Consider When Shopping For A Diamond


The 4C’s – Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat Weight

Color

Diamonds come out of the earth in many different colors. The market has traditionally valued white diamonds higher than others, and the grading scale reflects that. The D grade, at the top of the scale, is considered “colorless,” rarest and most expensive. Going down the 23-grade scale from D to Z, diamonds become progressively more yellow, brown or gray.

Finding the perfect diamond

A diamond’s grade is made up of four factors, often known as the 4Cs: cut, clarity, color and carat weight. Each “C” has its own grading scale for evaluating quality. Put together, the diamond 4Cs help diamond sellers determine price and compare diamonds to one another. They’re also a useful tool for shoppers — and the more you understand about them, the savvier you’ll be in choosing your diamond.

Carat Weight

People often mistake carats as a measurement of size, but they actually measure weight. Diamonds are also measured in points: 100 points equals 1 carat. The abbreviation "ctw" standards for “carat total weight,” which measures the total weight of all diamonds in a piece of jewelry.

Cut

A diamond’s cut is harder to quantify than color, clarity and carat weight. That’s because cuts can vary from diamond to diamond and have to do with how the diamond cutter chooses to shape, facet and polish a diamond. Sometimes diamonds are cut so they’re heavier, thus fetching more value for their carat weight; sometimes they’re cut to hide or minimize inclusions.

But many diamond companies are focused on cutting diamonds for beauty. A diamond is essentially a prism of light, and diamond cutters work to let the most light shine through each stone.
When done well, a diamond’s cut can be the most important C.

Clarity

The clarity grade is a reminder that, after all, a diamond is a thing of nature — and like most natural things, it's rarely perfect. Like any rock or mineral, diamonds often have flaws, known as inclusions and blemishes. Diamond cutters try to cut and polish a diamond to hide these inclusions or work around them, but they’re still there — and the clarity grade measures them. The scale ranges from flawless to heavily included.

Color

Diamonds come out of the earth in many different colors. The market has traditionally valued white diamonds higher than others, and the grading scale reflects that. The D grade, at the top of the scale, is considered “colorless,” rarest and most expensive. Going down the 23-grade scale from D to Z, diamonds become progressively more yellow, brown or gray.

Finding the perfect diamond

A diamond’s grade is made up of four factors, often known as the 4Cs: cut, clarity, color and carat weight. Each “C” has its own grading scale for evaluating quality. Put together, the diamond 4Cs help diamond sellers determine price and compare diamonds to one another. They’re also a useful tool for shoppers — and the more you understand about them, the savvier you’ll be in choosing your diamond.

DIAMOND CERTIFICATES


GemEx Systems Inc.

GemEx is an independent laboratory that focuses on light performance, or the movement of light through the diamond.
Trained professionals use the GemEx BrillianceScope® Analyzer to measure a diamond’s white light (brilliance), color light (fire) and scintillation (sparkle).
These measurements are then compared with those of other diamonds of the same shape (the highest and lowest amount of white light, color light and scintillation possible for each shape was set by measuring thousands of diamonds). The GemEx Light Performance Report illustrates the measurements for your diamond in a three-bar graph.
The report also shows images of your diamond under five different lighting views. Superior performance in any of the three light categories yields a beautiful diamond.

Types of diamond certificates

A diamond certificate, also called a diamond grading report, diamond dossier, diamond quality document or diamond light performance certificate, can help. A diamond certificate contains most of the important information you should know about a finished diamond.
Check out the diamond certificate before purchasing a diamond engagement ring so you can make a more informed decision. File it with your important papers afterward, and you’ll have easy access anytime you want it. Because no two diamonds are exactly alike, a diamond certificate can even serve as identification in the event of loss or theft.

Gemological Institute of America (GIA)

GIA pioneered diamond grading in the 1940s, creating a consistent way to describe a diamond in a common language.
Today, GIA grading certificates are considered the hallmark of integrity in the diamond world. The private laboratory issues two types of reports.
The GIA Diamond Grading Report provides scientifically determined information on shape, clarity, color, cut, carat weight, proportions, finish and treatments. It also includes a diagram of the diamond showing any inclusions that affect clarity.
The GIA Diamond Dossier® is a more concise version of the full report and is available for loose diamonds between 0.15 and 1.99 carats.
GIA also will laser-inscribe an identification number on the diamond’s girdle that is visible under 10x magnification.
The number matches the one on your grading certificate and serves as positive identification that it’s your diamond.

International Gemological Institute (IGI)

IGI is an independent grading and appraisal organization with centers in New York City and Los Angeles as well as in Antwerp, Bangkok, Mumbai, Tokyo, Dubai and Toronto.
Several gemologists analyze each diamond and produce an accurate description of its characteristics, such as color, clarity, carat weight and the quality of its cut.
The information is stored in IGI’s computer database so you may request an update of your report if the need arises.
IGI also offers colored gemstone certificates, educational courses and laser inscription services.

Gemological Science International (GSI)

GSI is an independent gemological laboratory based in the heart of New York City’s Diamond District with additional offices in diamond centers around the world.
GSI offers gemstone identification, grading and appraisal services exclusively to the fine jewelry industry.
The lab’s business model is built on integrity, innovation, professional service, and shared research and education.

American Gem Society (AGS)

AGS Laboratories developed the AGS Performance-Based Cut Grading System. The key to the system is tracing light as it travels through the diamond.
That’s what determines whether a diamond looks bright and lively or dull and mediocre. The lab offers several levels of grading reports.
The most popular is the Diamond Quality® Document. It shows cut (if available), color, clarity and carat weight accompanied by a profile showing that individual diamond’s measurements along with a custom plot with the actual facet arrangement and inscription details.

GemEx Systems Inc.

GemEx is an independent laboratory that focuses on light performance, or the movement of light through the diamond.
Trained professionals use the GemEx BrillianceScope® Analyzer to measure a diamond’s white light (brilliance), color light (fire) and scintillation (sparkle).
These measurements are then compared with those of other diamonds of the same shape (the highest and lowest amount of white light, color light and scintillation possible for each shape was set by measuring thousands of diamonds). The GemEx Light Performance Report illustrates the measurements for your diamond in a three-bar graph.
The report also shows images of your diamond under five different lighting views. Superior performance in any of the three light categories yields a beautiful diamond.

Types of diamond certificates

A diamond certificate, also called a diamond grading report, diamond dossier, diamond quality document or diamond light performance certificate, can help. A diamond certificate contains most of the important information you should know about a finished diamond.
Check out the diamond certificate before purchasing a diamond engagement ring so you can make a more informed decision. File it with your important papers afterward, and you’ll have easy access anytime you want it. Because no two diamonds are exactly alike, a diamond certificate can even serve as identification in the event of loss or theft.

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