Here are some of the most common questions about diamonds.
The better the diamond quality the more it costs. It's as simple as that. You can't go wrong with any of our diamond qualities. But if you're looking for the best clarity and color, select our "Collectors Diamond Quality". If diamond color is not a priority for you and you still want to maintain excellent clarity choose our "Fine Diamond quality". It has the same clarity as our "Prestige Diamond Quality" but its color is a little more visible. If you're on a tight budget, make a purchase from our "Popular" or "Regular" diamond quality. When shopping on a budget we recommend selecting a smaller diamond size and choosing a higher diamond quality for a better value. For example, instead of choosing a 1/2 ct. T.W Fine quality, buy a 3/8 ct T.W Prestige instead. This trick can especially save you some money when looking for the more popular diamond total weight sizes. In any regard, you can always upgrade your diamonds at a later time. That's one advantage of making a purchase at USAJewels. Below are our different qualities explained further in detail.
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Diamond clarity is important in choosing a diamond because without good clarity the diamond jewelry tends to look like salt. The diamond may have good color but without good clarity the diamond just looks dead. You want the diamond to be full of life from the crown to the tip.
Color can be seen from a great distance in a piece of diamond jewelry. This is especially true when the setting is either white gold or platinum. While choosing a whiter metal we highly recommend choosing a better color if it fits your budget. A better color in a diamond means the stone is more on the white side than the yellow. If your budget doesn't permit this than we recommend going with the yellow gold setting as the metal will mask the color of the diamond. Either way there isn't monumental difference unless you go from D color to F color. Our "Prestige" and our "Popular" qualities have the same grade of color while our "Fine" and "Regular" quality also share the same color. The difference lies in the clarity.