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   FS 381 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.17ct - Fancy Vivid Purplish Red SI1 
   FPR 167B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.20ct - E VS1 
   FPR 171A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.20ct - D VVS2 
   FPR 100B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.20ct - D SI1 
   FPR 167A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.21ct - F VVS2 
   FPR 100A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.21ct - D SI1 
   FS 543 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.21ct - D VVS1 
   FPR 171B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.22ct - D VS2 
   FPR 162A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.23ct - E VVS2 
   FPR 160B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.23ct - D VVS2 
   FPR 162B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.23ct - D VS2 
   FPR 160A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.24ct - E VS1 
   FPR 170B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.24ct - D VS1 
   FPR 170A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - D VS2 
   FPR 176A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - D VS1 
   FPR 163B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - E VS1 
   FS 540 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - D VVS1 
   FS 560 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - D IF 
   FPR 161A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.26ct - E VVS1 
   FPR 163A - Pear Shape Diamond 0.26ct - F VVS2 
   FPR 161B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.26ct - F VVS1 
   FPR 176B - Pear Shape Diamond 0.25ct - E VS1 
   FS 539 - PR176 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.27ct - D IF 
   FS 561 - PR176 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.27ct - D IF 
   FS 544 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.29ct - D VVS1 
   FS 545 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.32ct - D IF 
   FS 325 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.33ct - D IF 
   FS 532 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.33ct - D VVS1 
   FS 399 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.38ct - F VVS1 
   FS 366 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.39ct - D VS1 
   FS 527 - Pear Shape Diamond 0.41ct - D VS1 

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Pear Shape DiamondsPear Shape Diamonds are a variation of the Brilliant cut, combining Round & Marquise shaped diamond cuts. A typical Pear shape diamond has 58 facets. Pear shape diamonds are popular for people who like the look of a round diamond but would like the style of a fancy shape diamond. Pear shaped diamonds are often called Teardrop shape diamonds. Some of the world's largest and most famous diamonds are Pear Shapes. When choosing Pear shape diamonds consider the colour, because colours below J may appear to show more colour in the corner areas. For a Pear shape diamond the length to width ratio between 1.50 - 1.75 is best.
Pear Carat Sizes

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The cut of a Diamond is the only property, which is totally dependent on man.  Cut refers to the shape, proportions, symmetry, and finnish or make of the diamond. A Diamond's Cut will influence the brilliance and fire of the diamond, and is what gives a diamond it's beauty. A diamond that is cut too shallow with respect to its width will allow too much light to pass straight through the diamond, leaving little light to reflect. Such a diamond will appear dull and lacking in brilliance. Alternatively, a diamond that is cut too deeply will allow light to escape from the sides of the diamond and also appearing dull. Did you know that if a diamond is poorly cut, the colour and clarity can not make up for it?
Diamond Cut Diamond Anataomy

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Diamonds are found in a variety of colours. The rarest diamonds are ones that have a colourless grading or diamonds with fancy colours such as greens, blues, reds and pinks. The colour of a diamond has a significant impact on its value. The diamond colour scale ranges from D to Z colour, D being colourless down to zed colour which is light yellow. Even though the most valuable diamond is D colour, a diamond which grades G colour through to J colour will appear nearly colourless.

Diamond Colours

Diamond Colour Chart

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Clarity is a term used to describe the absence or presence of flaws inside or on the surface of a diamond. The clarity of a diamond refers to a diamond's clearness or purity.  Diamond's clarity grade is based on the number, size, nature, and location of inclusions and blemishes. Diamonds that have a higher clarity grade are far more valuable in comparison to diamond that contains numerous inclusions. 
Clarity Grades
FL, IF Diamonds - Flawless, Internally Flawless
VVS1, VVS2 Diamonds - Very, Very Slightly Included
VS1, VS2 Diamonds - Very Slightly Included
SI1, SI2 Diamonds - Slightly Included
I1, I2, I3 Diamonds - Included
Diamond Clarity

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The weight of a diamond is expressed in carats, this is the weight of measure that the diamond industry uses to weigh diamonds. One carat is divided into 100 points. A diamond weighing one quarter of a carat can also be described as weighing 25 points or 0.25 carats. Carat is often confused with size of a diamond even though it is actually a measure of weight, a diamond's size is measured by fractions of millimetres.
Carat Chart

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MicroscopeA diamond certificate is a blueprint of a loose diamond. A diamond certificate can also be called a diamond grading report or diamond dossier . The diamond certificate documents the diamond's exact measurements and weight, as well as the details of its cut and clarity. It precisely points out all the individual haracteristics of the stone, inclusions and any flaws. A diamond which is certified provides consumers with confidence, security and increases comfort levels while making a decision on which diamond to purchase. Wholesale Diamonds choose to only sell certified diamonds that have been independently graded by DCLA, GIA, HRD, or AGS. We do NOT sell diamonds with EGL Certificates.
Diamond Grading Laboratories

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Laser Inscription ViewerLaser inscription is the use of a very fine precise laser beam to write a grading report number, or customised personal message on the girdle of a diamond. The laser inscription is totally invisible to the naked eye, and can only be seen with a magnifying loupe or a special diamond inscription viewer. Laser inscription provides instant verification, added security and peace of mind when making a diamond purchase.
Diamond Laser Inscriptions

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Diamond Fluorescence refers to how a diamond responds when subjected to ultra-violet light.  Some diamonds, when they are exposed to UV light, glow different colors. Some diamond merchants and jewellers will tell you that fluorescence is bad. The truth is that fluorescence rarely affects a diamond's sparkle and brilliance. In lower coloured diamonds fluorescence has the ability to make them look whiter and more colourless. Fluorescence in diamonds ranges from faint to very strong, and the most common fluorescent color is blue.
Diamond Fluorescence

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Hearts and Arrows is the term that is used to describe round diamonds that display a complete and precise Hearts and Arrows pattern with a total optical symmetry. Diamonds with a true Hearts and Arrows pattern are extremely rare. Hearts and Arrows diamonds produce excellent brilliance, fire and scintillation. It is important to note that all diamonds display a Hearts & Arrows pattern to a certain extent, even poorly cut diamonds. Unfortunately the Hearts & Arrows term has loosely used by jewellers and diamond merchants as a marketing and branding term in order to entice consumers. Viewing Hearts & Arrows

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