Diamond Color Chart

Jangmi just acknowledges commitment jewels in the "dry" and "close to dismal" range on a precious stone shading scale. As such, for wedding bands, Jangmi just acknowledges D shading jewels, E shading precious stones, F shading precious stones, G shading jewels, H shading precious stones and I shading precious stones. Marginal jewel shading groupings are consequently given the more traditionalist grade.




Near Colorless


Faint Yellow


Very Light Yellow


Light Yellow

The gemological standards in this section refer only to individually registered engagement diamonds set in certain ring styles.

Does Diamond Color Matter?

Shading is the second generally significant of the 4Cs in light of the fact that the shading grade straightforwardly influences the stone's appearance. Jewels with a helpless shading evaluation can show up marginally yellow rather than the ideal splendid white. Also, the Jangmi Gemological Laboratory won't acknowledge stones displaying solid or unnecessary fluorescence, which, in characteristic lighting, can give jewels a smooth appearance.

The 4Cs


Cut is determined by how a diamond’s facets interact with light.


Clarity is a measure of the purity and rarity of the stone.


Carat denotes the weight of a diamond.

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