Regarded as the Premier Simulated Diamonds in the world, our Diamond Simulants are carefully crafted to be nearly flawless and colorless in every way. They resemble the same optical characteristics, have the ability to cut glass and can be shaped into all the same styles as natural diamonds. In most experts’ opinions, a Brilliant Diamond is a superior alternative to a natural diamond because for the same cut, clarity, color and carat of a natural diamond that would fetch tens of thousands of dollars, our simulated diamonds are a mere fraction of the cost.
The Raw Truth
It is almost impossible to the naked eye to distinguish the Brilliant Simulated Diamond from a real natural diamond. Because they resemble the same optical characteristics, radiance and beauty as a natural stone even jewelers have a hard time telling the difference; and because they are not created from carbon, they don't have any imperfections or inclusions.
About Diamond Cuts
The Cut is by far the most important aspect of a Beautiful Diamond. The Cut is what allows the Diamond to radiant the maximaum amount of light through the top of the Diamond.
The Art of a Skilled Gemstone Cutter
The faceting and polishing is one of the most crucial aspects of the stone and here is where you can get different qualities of stones with the same clarity, color and carat weight. The fluorescence, fire and sparkle of the stone can only be achieve by the amount of light that refracts from within the stone and this can only be achieved by the faceting and polishing of the stone. All Brilliant Simulated Diamonds are cut to ideal proportions and they come a written lifetime warranty that if they will ever fade and loose their brilliance, Brilliant Diamonds will replace it free of charge.
The Brilliant Diamond's Ideal Cut
The Ideal Cut was first developed in 1919 by Marcel Tolkowsky, a Belgian diamond cutter. Less than 15% of all diamonds reach the Ideal Cut Standard. However a diamond can be cut to look bigger or smaller than it actually is. That’s part of the magic in the hands of a skilled cutter.
About Diamond Clarity
Clarity refers to the how clean or clear the diamond is. This is determined by how free of inclusions and blemishes the Diamond is. Inclusions refer to the internal characteristics of the Diamond. Blemishes are the on the surface of the Diamond.
The Difference Between
Flawless, Imperfect, & VS1 Diamonds
In the world of diamonds, how perfect the clarity of the stone is, also makes a big difference in its value and cost. From flawless to imperfect this rating is based upon the number of inclusions in the gem. The Clarity rating system denotes how much “sparkle” or “fire” each gem produces and are marked as FL for flawless, IF or internally flawed, or the very rare – VVS1 which are considered most excellent in quality.
What is Flawless?
The definition of a “flawless” diamond is one that under a jeweler’s magnification of 10xs, no external or internal imperfections can be seen. Those with the least amount of blemishes or flaws, become the most highly prized and the most expensive, Buying from Brilliant Diamonds has a tremendous advantage over buying an earth-mined stone because each one is carefully crafted to be nearly flawless in every way.
The Brilliant Simulated Diamond
With Clarity of VVS1, Up Close and Personal
An engagement ring of this caliber, if it had natural diamonds could cost $10,000 and up, but for a simulated diamond engagement ring, the price is usually under $2,000 and it has almost the same clarity and radiance of a natural diamond without the hefty price tag to the earth, its people or your wallet.
Benefits of the Brilliant Simulated DiamondEco-Friendly : No need for harmful mining operations
About Diamond Color
The color of a diamond is an alphabetical grading system that goes from D to Z. Ranging from absolutely colorless (D color) which is the most preferred, all the way down to colors that can be quite gray. Colorless diamonds are truly devoid of any hues and they are also known as “white diamonds”. Because Color is highly valued, the less color a diamond has, the more valuable it is.
All Brilliant Simulated Diamonds are D Colorless
When you hear term Carat, people tend to think in terms of size but actually it is a matter of weight. Carat is the unit of weight for a diamond.
Carat is the measure of how much a diamond weighs. Carat is also related to size but depending on the shape of the stone and how well is cut, two diamonds with the same carat weight can be different sizes.
How Carat Weight Can Impact Price
Larger diamonds in their natural state are much rarer than smaller ones, so they have a much higher price tag.