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If you need a hand, our tools can help you find your perfect diamond.

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The 4cs

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The 4 C's

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We follow the globally-accepted standard for describing diamonds. The 4Cs are:

  • Carat:

    The weight of a stone.

  • Clarity:

    The imperfections and blemishes.

  • Colour:

    The tint or purity.

  • Cut:

    The symmetry and sparkle.

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This table includes each diamond’s key information and price. Select a diamond for more detail.

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Finding the right diamond is difficult, but we can make your search simple. If you answer
4 quick questions, we’ll be able to provide you with 3 personal recommendations.

Diamond rings

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Select a shape:

What style do you prefer the look of?

  • Round

    Round

  • Heart

    Heart

  • Asscher

    Asscher

  • Marquise

    Marquise

  • Princess

    Princess

  • Radiant

    Radiant

  • Oval

    Oval

  • Pear

    Pear

  • Cushion

    Cushion

  • Emerald

    Emerald

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Price range

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£200 - £3000

£200

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Size v Quality

What matters more to you, size or purity?

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Quality

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  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very Good
  • Excellent

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  • Very Good
  • Excellent

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Fluorescence:

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Diamond Shape

Round Brilliant

The Round Brilliant Cut diamond is the most popular shape. This cut maximises the fire and brilliance of the diamond.

Princess Cut

Princess Cut diamonds are perfect for those who love the fire of the traditional Round diamond but want something a little different.

Oval Cut

Combining the fire of a Round Brilliant Cut with a larger surface area for equivalent carat weight. An Oval diamonds elongated shape lends a flattering illusion of length to petite fingers.

Marquise Cut

A fancy cut by any standard, a Marquise Cut diamond is perfect for those in search of a unique engagement ring. They often give a larger and more impressive look than other shaped diamonds of the same carat weight.

Asscher Cut

If you like the vintage style of the Emerald Cut diamond and the square shape of the Princess Cut, the Asscher Cut diamond just might be for you

Pear Shape

Resembling a teardrop, the Pear Shape diamond is a unique shape that has both brilliance and style in its design perfect for those who wish to reflect their own personal style.

Cushion Cut

Cushion Cut diamonds are perfect for those who favour vintage style engagement rings and work particularly well in a halo setting.

Heart Shape

Perhaps the most romantic of all the diamond shapes, the Heart Shape diamond combines the fire of a brilliant cut with the age-old symbol of love.

Emerald Cut

The Emerald Cut diamond is one of the first cuts to be used in jewellery, and gained popularity during the Art Deco movement of the 1920s. It is the perfect cut to showcase a high quality diamond.

Radiant Cut

The Radiant Cut diamond is a rectangular shaped stone with distinctive cropped corners. A Radiant Cut diamond is ideal for a show-stopping engagement ring.

Carat

Carat Hand

0.20 ct

3.0 ct

Clarity

  • SI1
  • VS2
  • VS1
  • VVS2
  • VVS1
  • Internally Flawless

Cut

  • Poor
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very Good
  • Excellent

Polish

The polish grade refers to the smoothness of the diamond's facets. If the grade of polish is Poor or Fair, the diamond may appear slightly blurred or dull. We recommend that the polish grades you should consider when selecting your diamond are either Very Good or Excellent.

Symmetry

Symmetry indicates how well the diamond facets are aligned. The symmetry of a diamond also determines the amount of light returned to the eye, i.e. the sparkle.

Depth

The depth % of a diamond is calculated by dividing the depth by the width of the diamond. The lower the depth %, the larger a diamond of a certain carat weight will appear, most of a diamond.

Table%

The table % of a diamond is calculated by dividing the width of the table facet by the width of the diamond. As one of the 4Cs cut is an important attribute to any diamond. The cut of a diamond is calculated by the depth and table amongst other factors. When comparing multiple diamond with the same cut it can be beneficial to refine the table value.

Fluorescence

Fluorescence is only detectable under strong ultraviolet light and occurs in varying degrees of colour. Fluorescence in diamonds is very rare; whilst cut, clarity, carat and colour all increases the price of a diamond; fluorescence actually decreases the price of a diamond, just as an inclusion does. Despite this, fluorescence in diamonds can make them appear whiter and closer to colourless. Blue fluorescent colouring can actually improve the colour of a diamond by a grade or two, whilst reducing the cost.

Ratio

Understanding diamond ratios is important, as they reflect how perfect the diamond's shape is. Width to Length ratio indicates how square or rectangular a diamond is and is only irrelevant to the round brilliant diamond. For all other diamond shapes, ratio affects the beauty of the stone. To obtain an accurate ratio for any given diamond, simply divide the length by the width.

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