2012 -2017 - Vaughn Garouche
Every diamond is a beautiful creation of nature, its price determined by a subjective examination and determination of its physical aspects and characteristics.
To avoid the problem of excessive subjectivity in a growing aggressive market, the GIA developed in the late 40's a set of parameters that all graders should have followed.
The presence of an objective evaluation of diamonds based solely on their physical characteristics has left very few possibilities for producers and dealers to add value to their products in other ways.
For decades, the 4Cs have constituted the general guidelines for choosing a diamond.
Cut, color, clarity, and carat weight are the fundamental basic rules to pick a good quality diamond.
Diamonds with a cut grade of good or very good represent an excellent combination of beauty and value.
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Diamonds: The 4 C's