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Diamond Weddings Bands For Guys

Diamond weddings bands are  no longer exclusively for women. Many grooms today opt to get a man's  diamond wedding band to match the bride's. Still others enjoy the social  status that comes with wearing a diamond wedding band. Also the standard of the diamonds.

The guy should consider the same "4 Cs" into  consideration: carat weight, color and clarity and cut.

A carat is  exactly 200 milligrams, but not many men's bands will sport a diamond of  this size. Most bands will instead have several smaller diamonds that  may of might not exactly equal one full carat. An entire carat is also equal to 100  points, so a jeweler may make reference to a ring as having several 10 point  diamonds (all of which would be similar to one tenth of your carat).

While  the clarity of the diamond is normally considered minimal important from the  4 Cs, it is still a vital consideration inside your diamond purchase. The  clarity of the diamond measures the extent and number of the flaws in the  diamond. For the most part, a more valuable diamond will have fewer  flaws. It is quite rare that you will find a completely flawless  diamond only a couple hundred "FL" diamonds are made annually.  Although there are several grading systems used to determine a diamond's  clarity, the Gemological Institute of America's (GIA) score is definitely  the most widely used. It ranks diamonds as Flawless (FL), Internally  Flawless (IF), Very Very Slightly Included (VVS), Very Slightly Included  (VS), Slightly Included (SI), and Included (I).  (Note: 'inclusions'  are slightcracks and specks. Alternatively, other flaws in a diamond).  These ranks  are not subjective the scale has extremely specific criteria that happen to be  used to differentiate in between the grades.