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Diamond Weddings Bands For Males

Diamond wedding rings are will no longer just for women. Many grooms today  choose to buy a man's diamond wedding band to match the bride's.  Still others benefit from the social status that accompany wearing a diamond  wedding band. Even the  quality in the diamonds.

The man should  take the identical "4 Cs" into consideration: carat color, clarity and weight  and cut.

A carat is exactly 200 milligrams, but only a few men's  bands will sport a diamond on this size. Most bands will instead have  several smaller diamonds which could of might not exactly equal one full carat. A  full carat is also equal to 100 points, so a jeweler may refer to a ring  as having several 10 point diamonds (each of which may be equivalent to  one tenth of the carat).

As the clarity of a diamond is frequently  considered the very least important from the 4 Cs, it can be still a key  consideration inside your diamond purchase. The clarity of your diamond  measures the extent and number of your flaws inside the diamond. For the best  part, a far more valuable diamond can have fewer flaws. It is quite  rare that you will find a totally flawless diamond only a couple  hundred "FL" diamonds are designed annually. Although there are various  grading systems accustomed to determine a diamond's clarity, the Gemological  Institute of America's (GIA) score is essentially the most popular. 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, or another  flaws in the diamond).  These ranks usually are not subjective the scale has  extremely specific criteria that are utilized to differentiate between the grades.