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150 Ashley Road, Hale,

Cheshire, WA15 9SA

0161 233 9977

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3 Hardman Sq, Spinningfields,

Manchester, M3 3EB

0800 080 3535

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5 St Christopher’s Pl, Marylebone,

London, W1U 1NA

020 33 271 271

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We’re confident that you’ll find your perfect diamond from our extensive selection. However should you need help sourcing your diamond, please speak to one of our diamond experts via live chat or in-store.

The carat is the diamond’s most popular feature and refers to the stone’s weight. Unlike popular beliefs, the carat doesn’t necessarily reflect the value, nor the apparent size. Size varies depending on other diamond aspects, such as cut and shape. However, larger diamonds are rarer than smaller ones, therefore are valued higher. Use the interactive guide below to demonstrate the size in mm of different carat weights for each shape of diamond.

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85% customers purchase ‘G’ Colour or higher

Our diamonds are colour graded in GIA laboratories, compared to round brilliant diamonds called master stones. The clearer the diamond, the higher the value. The whitest, most desirable and highest rated colour grade is D. The diamond’s colour impact could be lowered or concealed by other features, such as clarity and fluorescence.

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85% customers purchase ‘VS2’ Clarity or higher

Clarity comprises the stone’s imperfections, also known as inclusions. The less imperfections a diamond has, the higher the clarity grade. It is extremely unlikely for a diamond to be entirely flawless, as almost all include trace minerals or other internal features affecting their clarity rating. In fact, flawless diamonds are so extraordinary, many jewellers have never even seen one.

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90% customers purchase ‘Very Good’ or Excellent

The diamond’s cut is the most significant of all features. It refers to the stone’s shape viewed from above and affects its brilliance and light dispersion. Diamond cutting requires absolute precision and superb craftsmanship – perhaps it is one of the most important processes in the art of making diamond jewellery. Understanding how the cut works to capture and reflect light is the key to finding the perfect diamond engagement ring.

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We are confident that we always give the best value for money so if you find a like for like diamond cheaper from a high street competitor, we will match the price.

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The shape of your diamond is arguably just as important as the stone itself. Contemporary shapes you can choose from are: round brilliant, asscher, radiant, cushion, oval, emerald, pear, marquise, heart, princess.

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The carat is the diamond’s most popular feature and refers to the stone’s weight. Unlike popular beliefs, the carat doesn’t necessarily reflect the value, nor the apparent size. Size varies depending on other diamond aspects, such as cut and shape.

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Our diamonds are colour graded in GIA laboratories, compared to round brilliant diamonds called master stones. The clearer the diamond, the higher the value. The whitest, most desirable and highest rated colour grade is D.

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Clarity comprises the stone’s imperfections, also known as inclusions. The less imperfections a diamond has, the higher the clarity grade. It is extremely unlikely for a diamond to be entirely flawless, as almost all include trace minerals or other internal features affecting their clarity rating.

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The diamond’s cut is the most significant of all features. It refers to the stone’s shape viewed from above and affects its brilliance and light dispersion. Diamond cutting requires absolute precision and superb craftsmanship.

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