Take her breath away with the wonderful designs and endless possibilities of diamonds and gemstones in every shape and price range.
We Sell Loose Diamonds
Choose from our large selection of Art Carved rings, which feature a lifetime warranty against workmanship imperfections. If your finger size ever changes, Art Carved will resize or replace your ring – free of charge. More brides and grooms choose this name more than any other brand!
We Are Diamond Experts
To determine the quality of the diamonds we sell, we examine the four Cs used by jewelers:
The cut converts diamonds in their natural state into beautiful, breathtaking, and polished pieces. This step is crucial to preserving the beauty and quality of the diamond. A flawless diamond that is poorly cut could be rejected by a diamond dealer because these will appear dull and glassy. On the other hand, diamonds that are precisely cut will sparkle endlessly.
The color of the diamond is a telltale sign of its value and quality. Color ranges from:
D-F – These are Colorless
G-J – These are Almost Colorless
K-M – These are a Faint Yellow
N-Z – These are a Lighter Yellow
Z – These are Fancy-Colored Diamonds
Diamonds D through J are virtually colorless when set in a piece of jewelry, and these are highly sought by our customers.
With the exception of flawless diamonds, all diamonds have distinguishing marks, such as clouds, crystals, and feathering. These are called inclusions.
When it comes to measuring clarity in diamonds, 11 scales are used for grading:
Flawless – No Inclusions
Internally Flawless – Only External Blemishes
VVS1 and VVS2 – Very, Very Slightly Blemished When Observed Under a Magnifier
VS1 and VS2 – Very Slightly Blemished When Included Under a 10X Magnifier
SI1 and SI2 – These Have Noticeable Inclusions Under a 10X Magnifier (Eye Clean)
I1, I2, and I3 – Inclusions, Eye Visible
The weight of a diamond is often expressed in points, with one point equaling 0.1 carats. 100 points is referred to as a 1-carat diamond.
Diamonds can range in size from a fraction of a carat to several carats, and depending on the rarity of large diamonds, particularly those with good color and clarity, the cost of stones greatly increases with carat size. As an example, two .50-carat diamonds will cost much less than a 1-carat diamond.