Diamond Education

Spotswood Jewelers’ goal is to help you learn about the extensive history behind the diamond and how it came to be revered among jewelry connoisseurs everywhere. Spotswood Jewelers will help you get informed about the diamond grading process which includes cut, clarity, color and carat weight. Spotswood Jewelers will help you differentiate between various diamond shapes and cuts.

Diamond grading certificates are also essential when purchasing loose diamonds and Spotswood Jewelers enables potential buyers to learn to distinguish between some of the different types of certificates and why you should purchase a certified diamond. Spotswood Jewelers will also educate you on the basics of diamond appraisal and when it might be a good idea as a customer to purchase one. Diamond care is covered extensively throughout our site so you’ll be aware of the proper way to care for your priced purchase, your exquisite jewelry which is also one of you major investment. Spotswood Jewelers will also present to you some knowledge about fancy colored loose diamonds and the history behind them in our website in an easy to understand articles for your knowledge and reading pleasure. Spotswood Jewelers will do its best to present to you information about the process of diamond cutting, as well as what happens to your diamond from the time it's obtained from the mine to the final product.

Diamond Education

We educate our customers not only about the four C’s but also carry it beyond that. We start with the Conflict Free Diamonds, the different Diamond Shapes, the Diamond Certification and then the four C’s- Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat.

Conflict Free Diamonds

All our diamonds are conflict free. They originate from socially and environmentally responsible sources with the utmost and the highest ethical standards in the diamond and jewelry industry.

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Different Diamond Shapes

Many options are available in different diamond shapes. The first and the most traditional cut is the Round Brilliant Cut, more commonly known as Rounds. The other popular shapes are Princess Cut, Pear Shape, Oval Shape, Heart Shape, Radiant Cut, Emerald Cut, Asscher Cut, Cushion Cut, Trillion Cut, Marquise Cut, and Straight and Tapper Baguettes

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Diamond Certification

Diamondask.com diamonds are certified independently by all unbiased Gem Labs.

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How well the diamond is cut determines how well it reflects and refracts light, basically a well cut diamond has more brilliance compared to a diamond not cut as well. In simplest terms a better or a well cut diamond adds more sparkle to its beauty.

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The color of a diamond refers to the lack of color or the natural color visible within a diamond. The amount of color plays a major role in the beauty and the value of the diamond. In simplest terms, colorless diamonds receive a higher quality grade, face up better and are more valuable compared to the ones with visible color.

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Clarity of a diamond is based on its imperfections. Blemishes and natural inclusions impact the value and the appearance of the diamond. Diamonds with less imperfections receive a higher clarity grade and are of a higher value. Almost every diamond has some imperfections, very few are flawless.

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People are most familiar with the size of a diamond, and that falls in the category of the Carat size. Carat is more specifically the weight of the diamond. Weight of a diamond has a direct effect on the value and the appearance of the diamond.

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In diamond the carbon atoms are covalently bonded to one another producing a three dimensional network solid. Each carbon atom is bonded to four other atoms throughout the crystal lattice.

Diamond has no free electrons because they are all involved in bonding and is therefore a poor conductor of electricity.

Diamond is the hardest substance known and is used to cut glass and in industrial drill bits. Diamond is widely sought after because of its rarity and unique cystalline structure and is used in jewelry.

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