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Legacy Since 1832
Metal Rates

P.N. Gadgil Jewellers

Today’s Gold Rates

Today’s Gold Rates

14KT
Rs. 3573
18KT
Rs. 4526
22KT
Rs. 5419
24KT
Rs. 5776
Silver
Rs. 70

Applicable for online purchase only

29/01/2023 10:30 AM
Metal Rates

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P.N. Gadgil Jewellers

Today’s Gold Rates

Today’s Gold Rates

14KT
Rs. 3573
18KT
Rs. 4526
22KT
Rs. 5419
24KT
Rs. 5776
Silver
Rs. 70

Applicable for online purchase only

29/01/2023 10:30 AM

Clarity

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    Like other minerals and gemstones, diamonds are found with several inclusions that arise throughout their development. So, diamonds have flaws, just like everything else in nature and clarity measures the diamond's purity and the presence (or absence) of minute imperfections.
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    The precision and workmanship of a diamond's cut may either enhance or reduce its brightness and sparkle, hence increasing or decreasing the diamond's value.
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    The grades for diamond cuts under the GIA standard are Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor. Even a brilliant clarity diamond (no deformities or inclusions) might appear glassy or dull if the cut is excessively shallow or deep. So, when selecting a diamond, select one with the highest cut grade.
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Buying Tips:

The most desirable clarity for diamond to choose is VS1 (most expensive). Choose SI1 [Slightly Included] clarity and higher for a significantly more affordable range but with perfect clarity.

Clarity Diagram Examples

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VVS-2
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VVS-2
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VVS-2
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VVS-2
FLAWLESS​ FLAWLESS
INRERNALLY 
FLAWLESSINRERNALLY FLAWLESS
flas VVS1
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flasVS1
flasVS2
flasSI1
flasSI2
flasI1
flasI2
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Color

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    Color is another important factor that adds absolute sparkle and shine to diamonds. In the world of diamond and solitaire, the term "color" refers to the absence of it i.e., an ideal diamond is entirely colorless and the most expensive one.
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    Even though colorless diamonds are the most common, diamonds can be found in almost every shade of a rainbow. These diamonds are an exception to the norm of being ideally colorless and are available in a variety of popular colors, including a combination of pink, green, orange, blue, yellow, red, and brown. Yellow is the most common natural color of a diamond, while white, red, blue, and green diamonds are very rare.
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    The typical color grading of diamonds refers to the absence of colors. The lower the color, the higher the color grade. Fancy colored diamonds are valued and graded differently than colorless diamonds. As per the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), diamond hues are graded on a D-Z scale, with D being entirely colorless (most expensive) and Z having a heavy yellow tint.
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Buying Tips:

Choose stones from the D-F group for an ideal diamond with lot of fire and sparkle. Choose stone from the G-I group for a significantly more affordable but same as a perfect colorless diamond (Most diamond engagement rings are set in this color grades).

Color Diagram Examples

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J
daimond-j
N
daimond-j
P
daimond-j
S-Z
diamondD
diamond E
diamondF
diamondG
diamondH
diamondI
diamondJ
diamondK
diamondL
diamondM
diamondN
diamondO
diamondP
diamondQ
diamondR
diamondS-Z

Carat

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    Carat is a measurement of the diamond's real weight being the most visible factor that determines the diamond value. According to the GIA, one carat is 0.2 grammes or 100 points, which is about equivalent to the weight of a paper clip. A carat is further divided into 100 points, and this point system is used to weigh smaller diamonds. For instance, a diamond ring having a 50-point stone will weigh 0.50 carats. Provided, even a fraction of a carat may make a significant difference in the price of a diamond.
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    Naturally, the greater the carat weight, the higher the price. However, two diamonds with the same carat will have different prices depending on the other 3 Cs. When sparkle is your top priority, start with the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight.
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Buying Tips:

Choose diamonds weighing 0.50 to 0.75 carats as they are quite desirable due to their size and value. Simply, your ideal carat depends on stone size, budget, and wearer’s finger.

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0.25 ct
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0.5 ct
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1.0 ct
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1.5 ct
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2.0 ct
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3.5 ct
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5.0 ct