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Diamond Carat Weight

Diamonds with the highest carat weight do not always appear largest. Although weight is important in determining the diamond’s size, the cut of a diamond makes all the difference. A well-cut diamond will seem larger than a poorly cut diamond because of the way it reflects light, even if both diamonds have the same carat weight. Furthermore, different diamond shapes and dimensions can impact cut quality and cause variations in brightness.

Diamond Cuts and Shapes . Actual sizes vary within the same weight bands depending upon the cut grade

Round

Typical  sizes of an Excellent Cut Round Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Round Diamond

Cushion

 Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Cushion Shape  Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Cushion Shape Diamond

Oval

sizes of an Excellent Cut Oval Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Oval Shape Diamond
Typical  sizes of an Excellent Cut Pear Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Pear Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Princess Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Princess Shape Diamond
Typical  sizes of an Excellent Cut Asscher  Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Asscher Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Emerald  Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Emerald Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Heart  Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Heart Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Marquise  Shape Diamond
Typical sizes of an Excellent Cut Marquise Shape Diamond