Our diamond jewelry is manufactured with the best industry standards and each design is inspected by our experts. We adhere to the highest standards set by the renown diamond and gem laboratories such as GIA (Gemological Institute of America). We provide GIA or AGS diamond grading report for the Center Diamond. This report will provide an analysis with grading based on the 4Cs such as Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight. You will receive a separate diamond grading report card from Jordan Bass for the smaller side stone diamonds.
We top the quality diamonds with our workmanship, customer service, low price and the 30 day return guarantee to bring you the best value in purchases you make for you and your loved ones. All diamond jewelry is not the same. When you shop for diamond jewelry, make sure you compare quality and final prices. We bring you great jewelry at lower prices without discount.
Grading reports do not give a value; appraisals do that. They give an independent expert opinion on quality for loose or unset gems. Most grading institutes have labs or services worldwide and do not sell diamonds. Reading a certificate should be learnt carefully and is helpful in diamond purchase. However, purchasing a diamond should not be solely based on its certification. Some diamonds can look beautiful even if they don’t seem good from their certification.
Clarity of a diamond signifies its property of being free from any imperfections in its crystal structure and inclusions that make each diamond unique. Inclusions can be crystals of other material or another diamond crystal. Imperfections in the crystal structure can be tiny cracks which can lead to cloudy and whitish appearance. The number, size, location, orientation and visibility of inclusions can affect the clarity of diamond. Many organizations have developed systems to grade clarity based on the inclusions and imperfections. Only a trained professional can view these imperfections viewed by magnification of 10X... more
Diamonds are found in nearly all colors in nature; over 300 colors have been identified in infinite numbers of shades and hues. Yellow and brown are the most common ones. When the amount of impurity in a diamond is near saturation level, it gives diamond a visibly different look than the normal whitish diamonds and therefore are sometimes called fancy colored diamonds by gem traders. The other whitish diamonds are graded in the range of white diamonds... more
A diamond cut is considered to be the most important characteristic for judging diamond quality. Even if the mined diamond has good clarity and desired color, the cut determines the overall look and feel of the gem. Cutting a diamond works like making finished product (gemstone) out of raw material (the mined diamond). A cut refers to symmetry, polish and proportioning more importantly than the shape of cut (round, oval, cushion, square etc). A well cut diamond can even hide defects and impurities within and thus improve brilliance and color of the cut diamond, whereas a poor cut diamond would degrade a diamond’s value...more
Carat is used to measure a diamond’s weight. It is generally confused with “karat" which is the measure of purity of gold. A carat equals 0.2 grams or 0.007 ounce. A diamond’s price is determined by its carat weight and the price per carat. Total Price = Weight x Price per Carat. All other things being equal, the greater the carat weight, the rarer the diamond and the more expensive it is. Although bigger is assumed to be better, diamonds of all carat weight have equal an charm...more