DIAMOND AND PRICING GUIDE
Learn about the four C’s to help you maximize the value of your diamond.
CUT determines how well the diamond reflects and refracts light. The proportion and symmetry of a diamond is achieved by the diamond cutter and is directly related to the diamond's overall beauty.
Range: Good, Very Good, Ideal, Super Ideal
COLOR refers to the natural color of a diamond. Less color allows more light to pass, releasing more brilliance. The less color a diamond exhibits the higher the value.
Color range: I - H - G - F - E - D
CLARITY depends on how clean or clear the diamond is with respect to microscopic foreign material. The price of a VVS1 is significantly higher than a SI2 but with a SI you can still have a diamond that looks "clean" to the naked eye.
Clarity range: SI2, SI1, VS2, VS1, VVS2, VVS1
CARAT is the visual size of a diamond. Once cut, color and clarity have been established that carat weight of a diamond can be determined to fit within any budget.
Carats start at 0.5 ct +
LAB GROWN DIAMONDS - exceptional in quality, affordable in price and conflict free, lab grown diamonds are the only stones LACE uses to maintain its commitment to being an ethical practice.
Every diamond is unique, each with its own precise characteristics and pricing. Each ring is priced based on cut, color, clarity and carat weight and is subject to change and availability. The guide below gives you an estimate of prices for our Rhea and Clio diamond rings with small pave diamond setting around the solitaire at various carat weights and specifications. Please be aware that we are NOT limited to the following carat weights and a broader selection of carat weights are available. Submit an inquiry below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to select the perfect stone for your budget.
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