Here at Renaissance Jewelers we have one of the largest selections of loose diamonds in the Virgin Islands.
But how do you pick a good loose diamond? Well rest assured you are in good hands at Renaissance Jewelers. We have been around since 2004. Of course, we don’t think you’ll find better quality anywhere else.
In fact, we encourage to check out our competition.
How to Pick the Perfect Loose Diamond
Pick a trusted jewelers
Know the shape of the stone you want
Know the 4 C’s
Set a budget
If you are in the market for a loose diamond, should know what you are getting yourself into. Since we have been around since 2004 we have become one of the most trusted jewelers on island.
Loose Diamond Shapes
Diamonds come in many shapes and sizes. The most popular diamond shape right now is round.
The Four Cs when it come to Loose Diamonds
There are the four essential segments that make up your loose diamonds.
Cut, Color, Clarity and Carat
Choosing an optimal loose diamond is additionally the business standard put forward by the Gemological Foundation of America that most gem specialists use to review precious stones.
Cut and Loose Diamonds
The principal C is the cut of your stone. The aspects reflect light that makes the precious stone shimmer at whatever point it is around the light. There is a wide range of slices to browse, and your decision ought to exclusively come down to what your taste is.
Clarity and Loose Diamonds
The second C is for clarity. Most people cannot tell the clarity with the naked eye so you want to use a trusted jeweler like Renaissance to ensure you are getting what you are paying for. We can tell you of the there are any blemishes or surface flaws.
Color and Loose Diamonds
The third C of loose diamonds alludes to their shading. Most precious stones are white, yet there are some different hues out. At the point when alluding to precious loose diamonds, there is a scale to distinguish inconspicuous indications of yellow. Flawless stones are exceptionally uncommon There will generally be a trace of yellow in most loose diamonds.
Carat and Loose Diamonds
The last C is usually the most fun! The carat size of your loose diamond decides its sheer size. At the point when the other three C’s are steady, the price of your stone will ascend as the carat weight increments.
Buying Tip: We suggest buying a diamond slightly below the whole and half carat marks. For example, instead of a 2.0-carat diamond, consider buying a 1.9-carat diamond. This really cuts down on the cost and you won’t notice the slight difference.
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Take as much time as is needed and pick your loose diamond cautiously. All things considered, it might be one of the most significant choices you will ever make. We are here to help!