Diamond guide | Berger


The extraordinary beauty of a diamond lies in being an element of nature, however, the skill of the craftsmen in polishing and cutting diamonds attributes as a major factor in determining its brilliance. The craftsman’s precision gives the diamond more brilliance, while perfect proportions give it more luminous sparkle.









Among the most famous cuts are the Round Cut, also known as Brilliant; Oval Cut, Marquise, Cushion, Princess, Heart and Pear. The most commonly chosen engagement ring is the Round Cut, however as unique as each bride, is each diamond.


The first thing we imagine when we think of a diamons is an ice-white stone, pure and radiant. Diamonds are graded according to their color from “D” (colorless) to “Z” (colored). D represents the most exceptional white in the color range. This quality is easy to identify at a glance.


Each diamond is unique in the world. And despite having the same carat, color or weight, it will always have a variant of clarity. This is due to the natural process involved in their formation. During the creation of a diamond, other minerals and crystals can influence the reflection of light passing through the stone. These irruptions are known as inclusions. Berger chooses diamonds with the most perfect appearance to the human eye, and these inclusions are almost imperceptible. There is a process for grading clarity and at Berger we only use flawless clarity diamonds.


Carat weight

Carat is the term by which we measure the weight of a diamond. However, the value of a diamond is not only in the size, but in all the variables combined, color, clarity, cut and carat. At Berger, we offer the highest ranges in all characteristics to guarantee satisfaction and warranty in the purchase of your diamond.

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