Many factors impact diamond price. With Ritani's Diamond Price Match Guarantee you can be confident you'll get the best price for a diamond. Tip: Tradition tells you to budget 2-3 months' salary for your ring. We say, just do you.
Carat is the measure of a diamond's weight and size. We offer an array of high-quality diamonds ranging from 0.18 to 25.00 carats- with 1.00 carat being the most popular.
A diamond’s color grade actually measures how little color it reflects. To strike the best balance between cost and beauty, go for diamonds in the Near Colorless range: G, H, and I.
Clarity indicates how many flaws are visible to the naked eye. Too many flaws can detract from a diamond's beauty.
Cut is the quality of a diamond’s proportions and symmetry. The better a diamond’s proportions and symmetry, the more sparkle it will produce. Cut is the most important of the 4 Cs.
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A well-polished diamond will have excellent light return.
Some diamonds glow blue or green when exposed to UV light. Since fluorescence is rarely visible, it has minimal impact on the appearance of your diamond. To save money, go for medium fluorescence.
Depth percentage correlates with a diamond's sparkle factor. It is measured by dividing the diamond height by its diameter. For maximum sparkle, the depth percentage of a round diamond should be between 54% and 66%.
The proportional relationship between your diamond’s length and width. A perfect round diamond would measure equally 1-to-1, so its LxW ratio would measure as 1.
Symmetry tells you how well a diamond’s facets align to create sparkle. Diamonds with perfect symmetry create the most sparkle and earn a grade of Excellent or Ideal.
Table percentage tells you how big a diamond’s topmost facet (aka table) is in comparison to its diameter (aka girdle). When that ratio is in the right range, a diamond will sparkle more.
The culet is the point at the bottom of the diamond. If the point has a facet on it, it can stop light from reflecting and detract from the diamond's sparkle. Choose a diamond with no culet for optimum sparkle.