Diamond Certification

To Diamonds are widely used in earrings, rings and for lots of other purposes. No matter where it is used, it makes its surroundings bright. This brilliance is determined by its anatomy or basic structure.There are five main parts in the diamond’s anatomy, which are:

The Table

This is an extremely polished surface at the very top of the diamond structure. It is very important as it is the main place where light hits and exits the jewel.

The Crown

The crown extends from the top to the girdle. It contains several facets. In most cases, it is the part that is usually suspended above prongs and other holders. It is the most visible surface area and most likely to get scratches.

The Girdle

This is the widest edge of the diamond. It can’t be too thick or thin, as it will affect the diamond’s strength. This part plays a role in setting the price of this gem. Its thinness or thickness is the factor that diamond experts pay attention to

The Pavilion

It is usually hidden under the prongs and is the longest part of the diamond. A pavilion’s depth will determine if its light will be able to seep through the stone’s bottom or sides. The crown, on the other hand, shows how well cut the diamond is by its ability to direct more light upward through it. The more light can pass through the diamond, the brilliant it will be.

The Culet

This is the smallest facet and its small size keeps it from chipping, therefore maintaining the shape of the diamond..

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