If you're looking for a diamond with the absolute most sparkle possible, choose a
Ritani Reserve round diamond.
For a princess-cut diamond that produces the most sparkle possible, choose a Ritani Reserve princess-cut diamond.
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Ritani Reserve diamonds are unique in that they have passed stringent grading criteria for cut, and for sparkle. Each Ritani Reserve diamond comes with two diamond certificates: one documenting that the diamond embodies the proportions that produce the most sparkle, and a second, documenting that the diamond produces the most intense sparkle, shown in patterns of flash and fire.
These diamonds have been graded by either the American Gem Society Laboratories (AGSL) or the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), the most widely-respected labs in diamond grading worldwide, and have received the finest cut-grade available. This guarantees they are cut to maximize beauty, not carat weight, and will look gorgeous when viewed in a ring.
Each diamond has also received an AGSL Scintillation Report which uses proprietary AGSL technology to analyze the science behind the artistry of each diamond. The Scintillation Report shows the amount of sparkle — measured by the intensity of the flash (white light) and fire (colored light) each diamond produces — revealing that these diamonds produce the most sparkle of any diamond available.Browse All Ritani Reserve Diamonds
These certification reports attest to the superior design and quality of your diamond, reflecting the innovative research Ritani conducts in the pursuit of extraordinary sparkle.
All Ritani Reserve Diamonds come with an exclusive Ritani Scintillation Report, The True Measure of Sparkle™, and either an AGSL Diamond Quality Document or a GIA Diamond Grading Report.
Definition of the diamond shape.
The measurements of the diamond dimensions.
Here you'll find the Carat Weight (measured to the closest thousandth of a carat), as well as the Color, Clarity, and Cut grades of the diamond.
Grades for the Finish, comprised of the Polish, Symmetry, and Fluorescence, are graded based on a scale of Poor, Good, Very Good, Excellent.
This summary of the Color, Clarity, and Cut grading scale helps you remember which grades are optimal.
This diamond diagram shows the diamond's inclusions. They have been marked by the GIA gemologist as they appear from the top (looking through the table) and from the bottom (looking through the pavilion). Note that because the gemologists use pens to mark where the inclusions appear, the actual inclusions may be smaller than the marks.
Definition of the diamond shape, and the measurements of the diamond dimensions.
These characteristics are graded on a scale from 0-4, with 0 as the highest grade. The "AGSL 000" or "AGSL triple-zero" is renowned as a diamond with exceptional cut, color, and clarity, and one of the finest diamonds available.
The weight of the diamond measured to a thousandth of a carat.
This diagram shows the diamond's inclusions. They have been marked by the AGSL gemologist as they appear from the top and from the bottom. Because the gemologists use pens to mark where inclusions appear, the actual inclusions may be smaller than the marks.
This summary of the Cut, Color and Clarity grading scale helps you remember which grades are optimal.
The area of light color in the pattern is where a high amount of flash, or white sparkle, is emitted.
The light areas in the pattern indicate where you will see large facets reflecting flash or fire. The dark areas indicate areas where you will see many small facets reflecting flash or fire. You’ll see the beautiful effect of this patterning when you gently rotate the diamond or ring in your hand.
This is an actual photo of the diamond.
The area of yellow in the pattern is where a high amount of fire, or colored sparkle, is emitted.
This is an analysis of the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight of the diamond.
This shows the measurements of the actual proportions of your diamond.
These are actual photos of the inscriptions found on your diamond. (With the size and location of this inscription, it in no way affects the sparkle of your diamond.)