When people refer to the value of diamonds they usually refer to ‘The 4 Cs: Carat, Cut, Clarity and Colour’. In fact, as diamond experts there are hundreds of things we look for when valuing a stone, but the shape and these 4 factors will help you to determine the type of specification you’re looking for when buying a diamond.Read More
Panic Groom teamed up with the wonderful team at Vashi.com to put together some tips on buying an Engagement Ring for you to consider.
The first step is to decide on the ring. Some people decide to let the girlfriend select their own engagement ring. Others prefer to surprise her, whichever path you choose Vashi Dominguez, Diamond Expert and Founder of Diamond Manufacturers and Vashi.com has offered some advice on picking the best ring for her.
The clarity of a diamond is how clear or flawless the gemstone is. Clarity is affected by ‘inclusions’ which are flaws on or in the stone. Grades of clarity range from flawless (FL), the purest diamond grade, to inclusions visible to the naked eye (i3). The less flaws a diamond has, the more valuable it is.Read More
Listen up guys because the cut of your diamond truly makes a difference. What do we mean by cut exactly? Well, the cut refers to the diamond’s reflective qualities and it is actually the most important factor in determining a diamond’s value.Read More
Investing in any piece of diamond jewellery can be daunting, but with the added extra emotional significance of purchasing engagement or wedding rings – it’s very easy to become overwhelmed!Read More
In the last post we got you all clued up on the meaning of Cut when it comes to diamonds; this week we’re turning to colour, or a lack of colour should we say.Read More