What are the 4c standards for diamonds
The standard 4C diamonds are Carat, Clarity, Colour and Cut.
A carat is a unit of quality of a gem. A carat is equal to 0.2 grams or 200 milligrams. A carat is divided into 100 cents and is used for the calculation of smaller gems.
Clarity refers to the inclusions in a diamond. The number, size, shape and color of the inclusions determine the clarity and uniqueness of a diamond.
Color , diamonds are found in almost any naturally occurring color, including gray, white, yellow, green, brown, and pink.
The cutting of diamonds is about symmetry and balance.