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Polish
Polish

A grade given to the external finish of a stone. The polish grades range from poor to excellent. Good polish is crucial for maximum brilliance of a diamond.

Table%
Table %

This refers to the large flat facet on the top a diamond. If the table facet (the polished flat surface on a diamond) is too large or too small, it will often indicate poor proportions overall, which will affect a diamond's brilliance.

The table percentage is derived by dividing the width of the table by the diameter of the gemstone.

 
Symmetry
Symmetry

Symmetry refers to the exactness of the shape and arrangement of facets (which are the polished flat surfaces on a diamond).

Symmetry grades include: extremely poor, very poor, poor, fair, good, very good, and excellent.

Few diamonds are available with excellent or very good symmetry, and diamonds with poor to extremely poor symmetry should be avoided. This is an important indicator of the quality of a diamond’s cut.

Depth%
Depth

This refers to the height of a diamond or gemstone (measured from the culet at the very bottom to the large table facet on the top divided by the width of the diamond or gemstone).

 
Fluoresc.
Fluorescence

A bluish glow that originates from certain diamonds when exposed to high ultraviolet lighting conditions.

Most experts indicate that a diamonds florescence does not affect its appearance, however, the market prices them differently.

Therefore, diamonds with strong fluorescence are of better value, because they are less expensive than those with faint or negligible fluorescence.

L/W Ratio
L/W Ratio

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