Your Diamond Pair has a Total Carat Weight of
These carefully selected diamonds work well together because of their near-identical cut,
color, clarity and size.
To compare the specific diamond details, see the charts and information below.
As determined by the GIA, these diamonds have each been cut to allow them to reflect most light that enters. A good cut is often significantly less expensive than a very good cut and is an acceptable choice for most jewelry.
These diamonds are nearly colorless. Diamonds with G-color have an extremely faint tint that is only noticeable to a trained gemologist. G-color diamonds make for beautiful jewelry and they offer an outstanding value, since they are less expensive than the colorless grades, but appear to the eye to be colorless when mounted.
These diamonds have few, very small inclusions. The inclusions are very difficult to see under a 10x power magnification, and are almost never visible to the unaided eye. VS2 grade diamonds present an excellent value in clarity because they are typically free of visible blemishes, and they are less expensive than higher clarity grades.
Diamond Carat Size Chart
This print out illustrates how diamonds of different carat weights and shapes will appear
when viewed from the top down.
Your diamond may differ from the printout in length/width ratio, table, and depth.