Buy the Most Sparkling Diamond Ring for Her
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Buy the Most Sparkling Diamond Ring for Her

New Delhi : India | Sep 13, 2012 at 4:23 AM PDT
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Buying diamonds is surely not an easy task. You can get conned by the shopkeepers may end up buying a wrong diamond out of confusion if you are familiar with it. But after understanding the qualities of good diamond you won’t find diamond shopping that intimidating.

If you want to propose your girlfriend to be your wife or if your wife is angry that you have forgotten the most important day of your married life, the best thing you can do is buy your lady a diamond ring. Diamonds are girl’s best friend but girls expect their men to buy them these diamonds and also wish that you surprise them buy buying the best and the most sparkling diamond available. What kind of diamond you buy definitely depends on how much money you can spare for it but certainly you can buy her the most sparkling diamond. But purchasing diamonds is not similar to purchasing teddy bears or candy hearts. You need to understand a few things before you step out of your house to buy your girl a diamond ring.

You must have heard the bigger the diamond the expensive it will be. But that does not mean all the small diamonds come with same price tags. Diamonds are categorized on basis of their different characteristics. What is the size of the diamond, if it is paler or whiter one, how flawless it is and what is the shape or the cut of the diamond, all these factors decide the price of a diamond. Basically diamonds are categorized by four Cs that stand for clarity, color, carat and cut. Clarity of diamond is directly proportional to its spark and inversely proportional to its flaws. If a diamond has some internal or external flaws it won’t look very sparkling. Diamonds are put into different categories on the basis of their clarity and the price of a diamond varies with each category. Of course the flawless one will be more expensive in comparison to the one with flaws. Colorless diamonds emit more sparkle thus the whiter the diamond the expensive it will be. The yellowish and brownish diamonds are the cheapest ones. Buy exclusive images of diamonds and understand the difference between diamonds of different colors.

One more thing that is important to categorize a diamond is its weight and carat is the unit to measure it. 200 milligrams make a carat. The bigger the diamond the heavier it is, the heavier it is the more expensive it is. Girls love big diamonds on their rings and small diamonds in their necklaces but which one you are going to buy certainly depends on the size of your wallet. Now the most important thing when you are going to buy a diamond ring is the cut of the diamond. Diamonds come in variety of cuts like oval, pear, heart shaped, cushion, emerald, asscher, radiant, marquise but the diamond cuts which are most popular among girls are round and the princess cut. Reason? These two types of cuts bring out best of the brilliance and sparkle in the diamonds. If you want to know about other diamond cuts as well you can buy images of all these diamond cuts including Brilliant Round and the Princess Cut.

Try to buy a diamond with a certificate of originality and authenticity. A diamond certificate has all the grading reports in it. It tells you exactly about its size, weight, cut, quality etc. The evaluation is done by professionals to certify a diamonds and these certificates assure you that you are not getting conned by the shopkeepers. To know more about these diamond certificates buy content related to diamonds certification.

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johnmatthew is based in New Delhi, Delhi, India, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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