Carat weight : A diamond’s carat weight is determined by milligrams in weight. For example, one carat equals 200 milligrams in weight. For diamonds under one carat, each carat is divided into 100 points – similar to pennies in a dollar. 0.75ct. = 75 points, 1/2ct. = 50 points and so on. Larger diamonds are more rare than smaller diamonds, so diamond values rise with carat weight.
The 4Cs provide a way to objectively compare and evaluate diamonds, but numbers alone cannot describe a diamond’s mysterious and captivation beauty – for that, you’ll have to visit our showroom to see one for yourself!