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April’s birthstone is the Diamond.

Often the gemstone of choice for jewellery, especially engagement and wedding jewellery, it has come to symbolise love.

The Diamond is one of the most well-known and most sought after of all the gemstones. The word Diamond coming from the Greek “adamas” meaning “unbreakable” it has long been used in jewellery.

A diamond is certified by four characteristics – carat, cut, colour and clarity – all which can affect the value of a diamond.

The Carat measures the weight of the Diamond. The higher the weight, generally the higher the price,  as larger diamonds tend to be rarer than smaller pieces.  However the price can also be affected by the other characteristics.

There are many different cuts that diamonds can be found in jewellery, these shapes are not naturally found, being designed by jewellers. Many diamond gemstones in jewellery can be found in the following designs: round brilliant cut, Princess cut, Oval cut, Baguette cut. The preference is dependent on the wearer.

The clarity of a diamond refers to the flaws in the stone which is why a flawless diamond can reach such high prices. The grading system is defined by the the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and ranges from FL meaning flawless to I where the stone is imperfect.

The colour of a diamond varies from stone to stone. The most popular colour on the market is the white diamond, however the diamond can also be found in virtually ever colour of the rainbow. Recently Black Diamonds have become popular and even Pink Diamonds have been worn. The white diamond colours are graded ranging from colourless to having yellow hues.

When choosing your diamond jewellery, some people will look at the cut and carat but you should buy the one that captures you the most.

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