FL-EF | Flawless or Internally Flawless. No internal inclusions.
VVS1-VVS2 | Very Very Small inclusions. Very difficult to see under 10x magnification.
VS1-VS2 | Very Small inclusions. Can bee seen under 10x magnification and in some cases to the naked eye.
SI1-SI2 | Small inclusions. Can bee seen under 10x magnification and may be visible to the naked eye.
I1-I2-I3 | Imperfect. Inclusions are visible under 10x magnification and in most cases to the naked eye.
The Clarity of a diamond is based on the number, location, size, and type of inclusions found in the stone. An inclusion is an imperfection or trace mineral in the stone that is visible under the magnification of a jeweler's loupe. The fewer inclusions the diamond has; the clearer, more brilliant and more expensive the diamond will be. A "Flawless" diamond is one that has no inclusions and is extremely rare and valuable.
Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. Though most diamonds may appear colorless to the naked eye, the majority of diamonds contain slight traces of yellow or light brown when viewed under a jeweler's loupe. Depending on the stone's size, a single increase in color grade can boost the value of a diamond by thousands of dollars per carat. A traditional engagement diamond is usually colorless or near-colorless.
In nature, diamonds can also occur in shades of red, pink, blue, green and deep yellow - These are called "Fancy diamonds". In the United States and around the world colorless diamonds are graded on an alphabetical scale, introduced by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). "Colorless" or "rare white" diamonds are of color grades D, E and F. Diamonds of color grade D are very rare, and extremely valuable.
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