The Most Popular Diamond Color and Clarity

Most Popular?

Why am I talking about the Most Popular Diamond Color and Diamond Clarity?

Because Everyone is always Interested in What Other people are Buying!

They’re Interested because it Shows them what Most People in their Shoes Purchase.

Who Buys what Diamond Quality and Why?

Most people like to go with the Flow. They don’t want to Buy the Best Diamond, or the Worst.

So what is the Most Popular Clarity and Color?

The Answer:

SI1 Clarity, G-H Color

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.70, SI1, G, EXCELLENT, GIA $2,400 VIEW
.80, SI1, H, EXCELLENT, GIA $2,990 VIEW
.92, SI1, G, EXCELLENT, GIA $4,600 VIEW
.96, SI1, H, EXCELLENT, GIA $4,740 VIEW
1.00, SI1, G, EXCELLENT, GIA $5,560 VIEW

Hands Down!

SI1, G-H, is the Most Popular Quality to get in any Diamond.

Whether it be a Round Brilliant Cut Diamond, Marquise Cut Diamond or Princess Cut, (Top 3 Diamond Shapes) SI1, G-H is Average, Good Quality, and a Great Choice to get for any Diamond Purchase.

Especially in a Diamond Engagement Ring!

Now let’s look at Color and Clarity Closer…

SI Clarity

SI1 means that the Diamond has some Small Inclusions inside the Stone (Flecks, Flaws, Spots, Carbon, etc…), that are NOT Visible to the Naked Eye.

In fact, SI1 is the First Clarity rating that has Inclusions that aren’t Visible by looking at it from all Sides or Angles. To see the Inclusions or Imperfections in an SI1 Clarity Diamond, you must use a 10x Jeweler’s Loupe or a Microscope. The Inclusions are that Small! And that’s Great!

Every Single Clarity Rating Below an SI1, (SI2, I1, I2 and I3) have Flaws in them that you can Visibly See from either the Top or Side view (Black Spots, Lines, Cracks, Feathers, Clouds).

That’s what makes SI1 so Popular.

The Inclusions are Hidden!

You get a Great Looking Diamond for a Great Price. You could go much higher up the Clarity Chart, (FL, IF, VVS1, VVS2, VS1, VS2) but to the Naked Eye, you won’t see much of a difference between these Stones (Underneath a Microscope you’ll see some Difference, but how many times are you going to carry around a Microscope?)

G – H Color

Now the Color of the Diamond is just as Important.

The G-H Color Range means that the Diamond is considered a “Fine White” Diamond. G-H are actually 2 Different Color Grades, G and H. Either one is Perfectly Fine to Purchase!

G-H is at the High End of the Near Colorless Range (G-H-I-J).

With a G or H Colored Diamond, it will look Pretty White. Most people can’t tell the Difference between a G-H and a Higher Color, like Diamonds with D-E-F Color (D-E-F is the Highest Color Range Possible. They’re “Colorless“!) D-E-F are Beautiful Colors to buy, but they are also more Expensive. And since most people can’t tell the difference between a “Fine White” Diamond and a “Pure White” (D-E-F) Diamond, then Why Spend the Money?

Now you could go Lower in Color as well, like in the I-J-K-L and M Range. But then you get into Diamonds that start to have an Old, Dingy, Yellow Hue to them, and it’s Not Very Pretty!

So stick with a White Diamond and it will look Bigger, Brighter, and Sparkle More!

Clarity, Color and Cost

Clarity, Color and Cost is what makes SI1, G-H the Most Popular Diamond on the Market!

It’s an Awesome Looking Quality that you don’t Spend an Arm and a Leg for.

And if you Do have a little Extra Money to Blow, then Buy a Bigger Carat Weight!

And as always, make sure you Buy GIA Certified!

And if you get one that’s ALSO a Laser Inscribed Diamond, all the Better!

That’s a Certified Diamond that will Guarantee that your SI1, G-H Diamond is in fact, truly an SI1, G-H Diamond!

Cheers! :)

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