Summery Number : Refers to Certificate Number
Description of Article: Includes Type of Article, Gross Weight of Jewellery, Net Weight of Jewellery, Colour of Gold, Karat Weight of Gold, Number of Diamonds, Carat Weight of Diamonds
Cut : The criteria by which a polished diamond is graded for its proportions, facet angles and overall symmetry as compared with those of the ideal cut ( e.g. Scan DN or T olkowsky proportions). Also called the Diamond’s make. Antique cut ( cushion ), brilliant cut ( round, marquise / navette, oval pear – shape) , baguette, cabochon, emerald cut, rose cut and scissors cut.
Est. Total Weight : refers to total Diamond Weight
Colour : GII defines colour grade of diamond by comparing with CIBJO Master stone set using light source of 5500 Kelvin
|D||Exceptional White +||Colourless|
|F||Rare White||Near Colourless|
|I||Slightly tinted white||Faint Colour|
|J||Slightly tinted white||“|
|M-Z||Tinted||Very light to light colour|
Finish : Refers to the excellence of polish, freedom from external flaws and overall symmetry of a faceted diamond. Sometimes classified as the diamond’s external clarity.