Carat in diamonds has nothing to do with the ‘karat’ in gold, and means something totally different. A carat is a unit of measure for a diamond’s weight and is evaluated on a points system.

Carat in diamonds has nothing to do with the ‘karat’ in gold, and means something totally different. A carat is a unit of measure for a diamond’s weight and is evaluated on a points system.

Carat in diamonds has nothing to do with the ‘karat’ in gold, and means something totally different. A carat is a unit of measure for a diamond’s weight and is evaluated on a points system.

Carat in diamonds has nothing to do with the ‘karat’ in gold, and means something totally different. A carat is a unit of measure for a diamond’s weight and is evaluated on a points system.

‘Cut’ - refers to the visible shape of a diamond (pear, emerald, square, and round). Cut is also about how the angles and facets sparkle off each other, the symmetry of the cut and the polish of the surface. The cut determines the value of your diamond, because in a well-cut stone the brilliance and beauty of diamond is fully achieved. Round diamonds tend to be the most brilliant, followed by square cuts. To cut a long story short, the more light a diamond reflects, the better the cut.

‘Cut’ - refers to the visible shape of a diamond (pear, emerald, square, and round). Cut is also about how the angles and facets sparkle off each other, the symmetry of the cut and the polish of the surface. The cut determines the value of your diamond, because in a well-cut stone the brilliance and beauty of diamond is fully achieved. Round diamonds tend to be the most brilliant, followed by square cuts. To cut a long story short, the more light a diamond reflects, the better the cut.

As a child we all have our favourite colours – perhaps you still do? When it comes to rocks, some people covet the purity of a clear, colourless diamond, while others find a yellow diamond warmer in tone. The differing colouration of diamonds comes down to natural chemistry. A white diamond is pure carbon but other natural elements sometimes enter the mix at source, resulting in a chemical reaction and new colouration - for instance, nitrogen (yellow) or boron (blue).

As a child we all have our favourite colours – perhaps you still do? When it comes to rocks, some people covet the purity of a clear, colourless diamond, while others find a yellow diamond warmer in tone. The differing colouration of diamonds comes down to natural chemistry. A white diamond is pure carbon but other natural elements sometimes enter the mix at source, resulting in a chemical reaction and new colouration - for instance, nitrogen (yellow) or boron (blue).

Clarity measures the flawlessness of a diamond. The clearer the diamond, the more valuable it is - although diamonds, like people, gain some charming character from their ‘flaws’. Diamond flaws are natural birthmarks called ‘inclusions’ if inside the diamond and ‘blemishes’ if on the surface. Experts measure clarity with a loupe, a small powerful magnifying glass. Learn more: http://www.nwj.co.za/good-to-know

Clarity measures the flawlessness of a diamond. The clearer the diamond, the more valuable it is - although diamonds, like people, gain some charming character from their ‘flaws’. Diamond flaws are natural birthmarks called ‘inclusions’ if inside the diamond and ‘blemishes’ if on the surface. Experts measure clarity with a loupe, a small powerful magnifying glass. Learn more: http://www.nwj.co.za/good-to-know

‘Cut’ - refers to the visible shape of a diamond (pear, emerald, square, and round). Cut is also about how the angles and facets sparkle off each other, the symmetry of the cut and the polish of the surface. The cut determines the value of your diamond, because in a well-cut stone the brilliance and beauty of diamond is fully achieved. Round diamonds tend to be the most brilliant, followed by square cuts. To cut a long story short, the more light a diamond reflects, the better the cut.

‘Cut’ - refers to the visible shape of a diamond (pear, emerald, square, and round). Cut is also about how the angles and facets sparkle off each other, the symmetry of the cut and the polish of the surface. The cut determines the value of your diamond, because in a well-cut stone the brilliance and beauty of diamond is fully achieved. Round diamonds tend to be the most brilliant, followed by square cuts. To cut a long story short, the more light a diamond reflects, the better the cut.

4 C’s - You have Charm, Charisma, Character and Class – but what are the four C’s that define a quality diamond? Cut, clarity, colour & carat. Whatever combination of the four C’s makes up your chosen NWJ diamond, you can rely on accurate valuation and pricing – with a beautiful extra sparkle of our famous value for money. Learn more: http://www.nwj.co.za/good-to-know

4 C’s - You have Charm, Charisma, Character and Class – but what are the four C’s that define a quality diamond? Cut, clarity, colour & carat. Whatever combination of the four C’s makes up your chosen NWJ diamond, you can rely on accurate valuation and pricing – with a beautiful extra sparkle of our famous value for money. Learn more: http://www.nwj.co.za/good-to-know

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