If you are in the market for a diamond then it is important that you know what to look for. Different types of diamonds have different characteristics, and some may be better suited for your needs than others. In this blog post, we will discuss how to tell the difference between diamonds based on their size, cut, clarity and color. It is important to know as much as you can about diamonds before buying one because the better they are, the more expensive they tend to be. diamonds are measured in carats where each carat weighs 0.02 grams with pure gold weighing exactly 24 karat or 24/24ths of a pound (0.916 ounces). The most valuable diamond ever was found in South Africa and weighed nearly 400 karats at the time it was discovered. Over two years were needed for experts to cut down this diamond into its current form which today sells for over $100 million dollars! Other types of gems include rubies, emeralds and sapphires but these do not come close to matching all that makes up a diamond. The more a diamond weighs, the better it tends to be. But what is not as well known about diamonds are how they can affect their appearance and value depending on where they were mined from in addition to other factors such as size, cut and clarity. Each of these elements will help determine whether or not you are dealing with an actual gemstone worth thousands of dollars or just another piece of rock that cannot even scratch glass. A pure white diamond reflects all colors equally which means no light enters inside giving off a bright reflection while dark colored stones absorb much more light so when viewing them reflect different shades back at you instead. For this reason it’s important that each stone has been properly polished before set into jewelry making sure that all angles are smooth and without any rough edges. One thing to remember when buying diamonds is that the larger stones tend to be more expensive than smaller ones while colorless stones with no visible imperfections are worth far more than those which have naturally formed flaws on their surface making them less clear or even giving off a rainbow of colors under different lights. It can also depend on where they were mined from, what cut was used in order for it to shine best under certain lighting conditions and its clarity rating after being inspected by an expert jeweler who will let you know just how good of condition your diamond has been kept into over time. If you’re not sure about buying a diamond then learning as much this gemstone first may help

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