Certified diamonds in blister

IGI, GIA and HRD
Certified Diamonds

Certified diamonds in blister

IGI, GIA and HRD
Certified Diamonds

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Certified Diamonds

It is not easy to grasp the value of a diamond for a layman. That’s why Eleven Value offers you only certified diamonds where the certification has an international character. With us you always know what you are buying, you have a series of certificates that prove it and you can relocate your certified diamond whenever you want, having the certainty that its value will increase over the years. Unlike many investments, the certified diamond is not taxed and can also be transferred as an inheritance without inheritance taxes. Here you will find some simple explanations to understand the characteristics of this precious safe haven.

Diamonds shapes

LE “4C” COLOR – COLORE

l colore del diamante è valutato su una scala da
D (incolore) a Z (tendente al iallo o brunastro).

CLARITY – PUREZZA

 l’assenza di inclusioni interne (imperfezioni)
o macchie esterne (segni di vario tipo).

Altri parametri che Eleven Value considera

 l’apice, lo spessore e l’aspetto della cintura, l’assenza di fluorescenza in quale spettro di colore, la qualità della pulitura, della simmetria e delle proporzioni

CUT – TAGLIO

Combinazione tra simmetria, lavorazione  lucidatura
è nota come taglio del diamante.

CARAT – PESO

Il carato rappresenta l’unità di peso dei diamanti
e corrisponde a 200 milligrammi.

Certified Diamonds

The blister is a plasticized case that wraps and protects the diamond, but allowing you to see it because the surface is of transparent plastic on the upper side.

The blister now offers a further guarantee on the certainty of the content and therefore is to the full advantage of the buyer.

It is not always easy to buy certified diamonds. Many wonder “where to buy certified diamonds”, with Eleven Value the purchase is easy, safe and certified by the most important global gemological institutes. If you also want to buy a certified diamond do it with us.

COLOURS

The “4C”

The color of the diamond is rated on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (tending to yellow or brownish). Unless you are a diamond expert, you probably can’t tell the difference between diamonds that have a D-I color classification, unless you can compare them side by side. Diamonds with higher color grades are rare and often come at a premium price.

Eleven Value selects diamonds in color from D to following (therefore D-E-F-G-H) for IF stones, only D for VVS and VS clarity stones.

The 4 C of the Diamonds

COLOURS

CLARITY – PURITY

Another parameter for evaluating diamonds is the degree of purity, that is, the absence of internal inclusions (imperfections) or external spots (signs of various types). Diamonds that have no inclusions or imperfections are incredibly rare in nature. Most diamonds have flaws that cannot be seen, other than using 10x magnification, which is how diamonds are graded. These defects do not affect the beauty of the diamond but only their evaluation.

For Eleven Value it is customary to focus on very high purity levels, so IF, but also VVS1 and VVS2.

The clarity of Diamonds

The most important feature

CUT

The carat represents the unit of weight of diamonds and corresponds to 200 milligrams. Diamond professionals also use the point system for smaller diamonds: each point corresponds to one hundredth of a carat.

Eleven Value generally orients itself down to two-carat stones. At the request of customers, heavier stones can be searched for, with a different color than the usual requests and with fancy cuts.

Diamonds cut

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CARAT 

The carat represents the unit of weight of diamonds and corresponds to 200 milligrams. Diamond professionals also use the point system for smaller diamonds: each point corresponds to one hundredth of a carat.

Eleven Value generally orients itself down to two-carat stones. At the request of customers, heavier stones can be searched for, with a different color than the usual requests and with fancy cuts.

Diamonds Carats

COLOUR 

Other parameters

Other parameters that Eleven Value considers determining the value are: the apex, (or the keel line for fancy cut stones), the thickness and appearance of the belt, the absence of fluorescence in which color spectrum, the quality of cleaning, symmetry and proportions. With reference to high carats, cuts and fancy colors, commercial evaluations are defined on a case-by-case basis.

An Eleven Value expert will be at your disposal to guide you in identifying the stone with the characteristics that best suit your needs.

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