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5 Things You Need To Know About White Diamonds

The most popular diamonds across the globe are the white diamonds. These diamonds add a marvelous look and focus points to a jewel. We often hear the term white used for colorless diamonds, but these diamonds are not really colorless. Their shades can range from totally colorless - like a water droplet to having tints of light gray, light brown, or light yellow. The rarity, and hence the value, of these diamonds, is based partly on the extent to which they approach colorlessness. The more colorless the diamond is, the rarer and more expensive it is. The addition of these white diamonds increases the elegance of any jewelry.

Before you shop white diamonds, be it for a necklace or a ring, there are few basics you should know about them.

  1. Formation

White diamond formation takes place over a long period of time. It takes over a billion years for these diamonds to form under extreme pressure and heat. When a volcanic eruption takes place, it pushes the diamonds closer to the surface from where they can be extracted.

As an alternative to these mined diamonds, you can go for lab grown diamonds, as they are inexpensive as compared to mined diamonds and are grown in a laboratory in a matter of weeks or months.

  1. Carat

Carat is the size of the diamond, as the word carat refers to the weight of the gemstone. Your jewel can seem just as good with several small stones totaling a carat weight as it would with a single, larger stone of the same quality. A carat weighs around 0.2 grams and the number of carats is computed based on a system of points, with 100 points equivalent to one carat. When a ring contains more than one diamond, the overall weight of the diamonds is used.

  1. Color

The lighter the diamond (in terms of color), the more it is regarded as precious. A white diamond with a yellow hue lowers the quality because, the more colorless a diamond is, the more it sparkles. White diamonds are appreciated throughout the world for their incomparable versatility and glamour.

  1. Cut

The manner in which a diamond is cut always has a major influence on its appearance. The more surfaces or facets the diamond possesses, the more reflective it will become. Generally, diamonds come in many cuts, some of the cuts are, princess cut, cushion cut, oval cut, and round brilliant. You should always look for the best lab created diamonds that fulfill your purpose.

  1. Clarity

Clarity depicts how spotless your stone is. The clearer the stone, the less faulty it is. Blemishes and inclusions are certain flaws that affect the clarity of the diamond. As the clarity increases, the quality and value of the diamond increase.

If you wish to purchase a lab grown diamond bracelet or a ring for any special occasion, do not settle for any less than what you want. You can check out New World Diamonds since they offer all sorts of diamond jewelry and the best part is you can personalize them as you wish.

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