Like every diamond, lab-grown diamonds are also evaluated according to these 4 criteria. Knowing them will help you understand which stone best suits your needs.
This work is a true art, where creating the perfect balance of angles, proportions and symmetries is required. The cut is what allows the light to best reflect on the surface of the diamond: the more faceted the cut, the more the stone will shine.
Live Diamond diamonds and gemstones are all cut and polished by hand and come in two types, brilliant and baguette.
The baguette cut has 25 facets and a rectangular shape: simple and tapered, it’s one of the most iconic and recognisable cuts. The round brilliant cut has 57 facets and is the one that most enhances the stone's lustre.
During its formation, both in nature and lab, imperfections invisible to the eye are created, known as inclusions.
The fewer there are, the more brilliant the diamond will appear. At the same time, inclusions are what make the diamond unique, a bit like a fingerprint. Live Diamonds have a minimum clarity of SI (Small Inclusions).
The lack of colour
is an important parameter in determining its value, which is measured by
a scale that runs from D to Z:
D is whitest white, Z is the warmest tones.
Live Diamond works with diamonds graded with
G and H minimum quality, two very pure shades of white that
allow light to refract, creating beautiful reflections.
The weight of the diamond determines its size, and thus its diameter.
Our stones come in a wide range
of carats, ideal to best suit your needs:
from the most delicate to the most
impressive, each is perfect to celebrate your precious moments.