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We aim at giving our customers the best quality of our entire product range that is simply incomparable in competitive market. Maximum consideration is given to make sure that they are supplied in uniform quality. To ensure all our quality standards are as per the international specifications, we have a highly committed team of quality examiners that deliver the best products at competitive prices. Our organization is dedicated in putting the customer first by developing ideas and supply products as per their demand with competitive prices in the industry. We have earned our stripes by supplying high-grade diamonds to clients across the globe. The strong foundations laid down by the ancestors have assisted V. Arvindkumar & Co. to gain this position in the industry. Our mission is to enable our customers and our co-partners to be successful which has been our driving force since initiation.

Our expert team can manufacture as per your given specifications, design and budget within a short period of time. We also provide sample pieces to show the customer the detailing work. We supply loose diamonds with particular mmsize as per our beloved customers requirements and most of our diamonds are used in jewellery,watches,tennis bracelets and bands.We provide premium quality goods in layout with unique size and color quality which you can lookout in our gallery. The factory is well equipped with state-of-the-art diamond processing technology such as Hi-gain laser machines, Vibfree machines & Sarin machines & Galaxy machines.

4C'S Diamonds

The concept of the 4 C's (Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat Weight) is used Internationally in order to group the specific characteristics for Diamonds.

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Cut enables a Diamond to make the best use of light. A well cut diamond is the work of a master Diamond Cutter. When cut to good proportions, a diamond will handle light better resulting in more brilliance. A well cut Diamond occurs when light enters through the crown and is reflected from one facet to another and then dispersed through the top of the stone. (Diagram A) If the Diamond is cut too deep, some of the light entering the diamond is reflected but escapes through the pavilion. (Diagram B) If the Diamond is cut too shallow, some of the light entering the Diamond escapes through the pavilion before it can be reflected. (Diagram C)

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Cutting Grades

: Diamonds cut to "Ideal" proportions. Maximum beauty is yielded with these proportions.
Very Good
: Diamonds cut just very slightly outside of "ideal" proportions.
: Diamonds cut noticeably outside "ideal" proportions but above average.
: Diamonds cut to average proportions with somewhat noticeably reduced brilliance.
: Diamonds cut to somewhat below average proportions with reduced brilliance and noticeable cutting flaws.
: Diamonds cut well below average proportions with distinctively reduced brilliance and noticeable cutting irregularities to the untrained eye.
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*Different laboratories may have different gradation scales to grade cut.

*Colour scale image based on saturation not hue.

Colour contributes to the value of a diamond. Diamonds are found in a wide range of colours. It is the absence of colour that makes a diamond more valuable and rare (with exception to "Fancy Coloured" diamonds). The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) colour grading scale begins at colourless and ends at fancy yellow. Diamonds are colour graded according to the amount of colour saturation present in the diamond. The difference between one colour grade to the next grade is very subtle.

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Clarity is the extent to which a Diamond has or is free of any inclusion(s). Inclusions are none other than a Diamond's natural occurring fingerprint that makes each diamond unique in itself. A Diamond is Clarity graded under ten power (10X) magnification and is assigned a Clarity grade based on the Gemological Institute of America Clarity grading System.

  • FL (Flawless) , IF (Internally Flawless)

    A Flawless grade is given to a diamond in which a qualified gemologist cannot find any inclusions and finishing faults.

  • VVS1-VVS2 (Very, Very Slightly Included)

    Very, very slightly included and may have very slight surface blemishes.

  • VS1-VS2 (Very Slightly Included)

    Very slightly included. Inclusions are difficult for a qualified gemologist to locate.

  • SI1-SI2 (Slightly Included)

    Slightly Included. An SI1 or SI2 clarity grade is given to a diamond which has an internal inclusion(s) or external blemishes that can be located without difficulty by a qualified gemologist.

  • I1-I2-I3 (Included)

    Internal inclusions or external blemishes that can be located with the unaided eye by a qualified gemologist.

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The weight or size of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). A carat is 0.2 grams and there are 100 points (or 200 milligrams) per carat. With an accuracy of 1/100,000 ct, the IGI. scales provide a highly precise diamond weight and this weight is specified on the Diamond Report to two decimal points.

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