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The 4Cs of Diamonds - Clarity

Confused about diamond clarity? Inclusions, tiny crystals and other features within gemstones, may be difficult to see and identify. Some inclusions may add interest or have no impact on value. Others may negatively affect not only a diamond’s optical performance but also its structural integrity.
Is an I Clarity Diamond a Good Buy?

An I clarity diamond has a low clarity grade, but can it look OK in an engagement ring? Learn the pros and cons of these stones and how to find a great…

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