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ENGAGEMENT

 

In the years to come, The M Jewelers Inc. will always provide you with the finest customer service.  

Please email contact@themjewelersny.com to set up a private appointment with our GIA certified diamond expert.

 

THE 4C'S

“Carat” denotes the weight of a diamond. One carat equals 0.20 grams. The M measures diamonds to 1/1000th of a carat. Taken by itself, carat weight does not determine a diamond’s value. For example, two one-carat stones can vary widely in price when clarity, color, cut and presence are taken into consideration.

 

CUT

Cut—the precise shape and positioning of a diamond’s facets—is the most important factor in determining the stone’s beauty. Many diamond cutters choose to place the size of the diamond above its potential beauty, sacrificing the ideal balance of brilliance, dispersion and scintillation. 

CLARITY

Clarity measures the flawlessness of a diamond and correlates directly to its value. A stone is said to be flawless if, under 10-power magnification, no internal flaws (clouds, feathers, pinpoints) or external imperfections (scratches, pits, nicks) are visible. Absolutely flawless diamonds are exceedingly rare. Gem-grade diamonds are given a clarity rating based on a scale that is standard in the trade. However, when The M believes that a diamond’s clarity is on the borderline between two grades, The M will always give the stone the lower grade.

COLOR

The ideal engagement diamond is clear to the point of being colorless. At The M, GIA experts determine the color.  A chemically pure & structurally perfect diamond has no hue, like a drop of pure water, and consequently, a higher value.   Each stone is color-graded to a precise scale from “D” (colorless) to “Z” (saturated). Only diamonds of “I” level (near colorless) or better are accepted at The M.

CARAT WEIGHT

“Carat” denotes the weight of a diamond. One carat equals 0.20 grams.  The M measures diamonds to 1/100th of a carat. Taken by itself, carat weight does not determine a diamond’s value. For example, two one-carat stones can vary widely in price when clarity, color, cut and presence are taken into consideration.