Mastering the Inclusive Art of Exclusive Diamonds

Mastering the Inclusive Art of Exclusive Diamonds

Vast knowledge is readily available when one needs to select a solitaire diamond. The thirst for these alluring gems is their sparkling beauty and exquisite allure that has captivated humanity for centuries. This comprehensive guide is specially brought to you by C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers to take you beyond the basics to discover the intricate details of diamond selection in one of their collection, The DiamondAir™ Natural Diamond Solitaire Collection.

From understanding the 4Cs to exploring diamond certifications, including the exclusive Diamond Air™ Report, we will equip you with the knowledge and expertise needed to choose the perfect diamond. As we embark on a fascinating journey of discovery, we shall dive deeper into the world of diamond selection with the trusted guidance of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group.

The Diamond Facets – A Closer Look

The anatomy of a diamond consists of different parts that include the table, crown, pavilion, girdle and culet. Undiscovering these elements will significantly guide you to grasp the gemstone’s overall beauty and brilliance through its 57 or 58 facets, but with DiamondAir™ relish the splendid craftsmanship to a maximum of 150 precise facets in the round and fancy shapes in naturally coloured & white diamonds from the expert diamantaire of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group.

The Value Factor – 4Cs

The Choicest Cut

Most gem-quality diamonds have octahedral habitat as their rough state, these crystals are often cut into round brilliants because of the possibility to cut two such stones with a single rough. Wherever possible, when a pair is required, C. Krishniah Chetty Group will strive to offer the pair of diamonds born of the same mother mineral. A one-of- kind service, possible only with a skilled cutter who considers and decides, based on its original shape of rough, the inclusions within and retains the maximum carat weight.

C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers have gone beyond this standard of 57 or 58 to create an amazing 150 facet  that impacts a diamond’s sparkle and light performance with no compromise, ensuring the final fashioned gem has a unique life, depth of character, and free from light obstructing natural inclusions. These numbers of facets also speak about the 150 years of the glorious years of the organisation. With the guidance of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group, gain a deeper appreciation for the precision and skill involved in crafting a well-cut diamond

The difference between the excellent and Very good.

The Appealing Colour

The Normal colour range is assigned a scale from D to Z and beyond with a prefix with Fancy. To understand its colour grade in the diamond colour grading, the purest D is colourless to the warm hues of Z with light yellow or brown. The subtle colour variations can affect the appearance and value of a diamond. All diamonds, including the DiamondAir™, undergo a systematic set of processes using sophisticated equipment to scan and eliminate suspected treated diamonds by HPHT (High-Pressure High Temperature) that enhances colour.  Discover the expertise of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group in assessing and sourcing diamonds of exceptional colour quality.

The Birthmark – Clarity

The fascinating world of diamond clarity and the evaluation of such internal and external characteristics have always served as an identifier. These clarities are graded from Flawless (FL) to Included (I). The presence of inclusions and blemishes is what impacts the beauty and price of a diamond. The C. Krishniah Chetty Laboratory grades each diamond over 0.228 CT with well-qualified experienced with trained eyes supported by technology and artificial intelligence that makes each diamond special. These grades are symbolised on a report and discussed during the sales process to distinguish between different types of clarity characteristics and benefit from the expertise of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group in selecting diamonds of exceptional clarity.

The Personality – Carat Weight

The unit of measurement for a diamond is the Carat. One Carat equals 200 milligrams or 1/5th of a gram or subdivided into 100 points. Do not confuse this with karat, a measure of gold purity. The misconception that many have is that if a diamond weighs heavier than the other stone, it does not mean it will look large. A diamond that weighs 2.00 carat does not mean its size is twice in correspondence to a 1.00-carat diamond. Besides the weight of a diamond influences its price, a sudden drift of prices is noticed in slab weights are known as magic sizes. Discover the importance of balancing carat weight with other factors to ensure an optimal combination of size and quality. Let the experienced professionals at the C. Krishniah Chetty Group guide you in finding this perfect balance. 

Diamond Certifications

The blueprint of the authenticity and credentials of a diamond reflects on a report with the four value factors of raw data and measurement, proportions and angles with or without a plotted diagram of its graphical representation of clarity characteristics.  C. Krishniah Chetty Group provides a combined Report cum Certificate with every DiamondAir™ that comprehensively guarantees the diamond. This report + certificate assure you the diamond has met the demanding high standards of over 35 tests and steps to qualify to be a DiamondAir™ diamond.  Besides, this report goes beyond the standard certifications and provides a comprehensive analysis of the characteristics of a diamond with information such as the following:

a. Origin Details: The DiamondAir™ Report includes information about the diamond’s origin, including the country or region where it was mined. This provides a deeper understanding of the diamond’s journey and adds to its unique story.

b. Light Performance Analysis: The report analyses the diamond’s light performance, assessing its ability to reflect and refract light. These include evaluating factors such as brilliance, fire, and scintillation, providing a comprehensive understanding of how the diamond sparkles and interacts with light.

c. Proportions and Symmetry: The DiamondAir™ Report examines the diamond’s proportions and symmetry in length. It assesses factors such as the table percentage, crown and pavilion angles, and facet alignment. This level of analysis ensures that the diamond is expertly cut for maximum beauty and brilliance.

d. Additional Grading Parameters: The report may include additional grading parameters unique to C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers, offering a more comprehensive evaluation of the diamond’s quality. These parameters may cover aspects such as fluorescence, polish, and additional clarity characteristics.

To conclude your diamond journey with the C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers, we are committed to selling only natural diamonds mined from the soil of the earth, with roughs carefully handpicked from the best mines of the modern world from Russia, Africa & Canada and precision-cut, a result of over 900 person-hours of painstaking cutting trials, measurements, analysis and challenging diamond design which earns the diamonds a stamp of being a true CKC DIAMONDAIR™.

Every Single DiamondAir™ diamond may include, where feasible, a replica of the rough mother mineral from which your diamond was born.

Did You Know?

Diamond Air™ is beyond technology, which involves a keen eye and a keen understanding of diamond crystallography, chemistry and physics to a greater depth than popular “trading’ Practise.  Thus DiamondAir™ is truly an authentic, ethical, highly sought-after diamond for those who have an eye for detail, rarity and value.

Choose diamonds effortlessly with the combined guidance of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group, evaluating diamonds in person and asking insightful questions to make an informed diamond selection that truly speaks to your heart, with the expertise and support of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group on every step of the way. With every diamond of DiamondAir™

Trust in the expertise of the C. Krishniah Chetty Group to assist you in finding the perfect diamond that will forever capture your most cherished moments.


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