ANANTA PREMIUM DIAMONDS
Ananta Premium Diamonds, for each Clarity Grade, are the most beautiful diamonds that are meticulously selected by Ananta. Ananta has paid full attention in every detail of each diamond to ensure that our customers who buys Ananta Premium Diamonds will have the most beautiful and best diamonds beyond other diamonds within the same grade. Here are the following standards that Ananta adopts to select our Premium Grade Diamonds.
1. GIA certified, D-I color, and FL-VS1 Clarity
Every diamond must be certified by GIA, which is the most widely-accepted institution in the world for their diamond standards. Ananta Premium Diamonds only have D-I color ranges from 100-95 and clarity level ranges from Fl - VS1.
We truly believe that premium grade diamonds must be clear and have minimal or no tarnishes, which hardly visible even through microscopic 10x level.
Color Chart of Ananta Premium Diamonds
Clarity Range of Ananta Premium Diamonds
2. Three Excellent
All of Ananta Premium Diamonds must go through careful inspection and evaluation to receive 3-Excellent grading, which is the highest premium grade for diamonds. This quality can be inspected on Cut Grade, Polish, and Symmetry in the GIA certificate.
3. Elegant, symmetrical, and clear Hearts & Arrows diamonds
Heart & Arrows diamonds are diamonds with the best and most elegant sparkles and edges. However, not every 3-Excellent diamonds are Heart & Arrows diamonds. Some 3-Excellent diamonds are not Heart & Arrows nor do they have the elegance of Heart & Arrows diamonds. For example, some diamonds’s Arrows are too thin or too thick of some Hearts are too small or too big.
Ananta’s meticulous standards ensure that every 3-Excellent diamonds have symmetrical, polished, and clear Hearts&Arrows.
4. None Fluorescence
Fluorescence refers to the chemical that makes diamond glows. Diamonds with strong fluorescence are usually cloudy or cloudier than diamonds without fluorescence. None of Ananta Premium Diamonds has fluorescence, which is written on the GIA certification.
5. Premium size
Premium-sized diamonds are big diamonds for each price range. Premium-sized diamonds are very rare because there are very few of them. Our premium-sized diamonds are in the following sizes; 0.35-0.39 ct, 0.45-0.49 ct, 0.60-0.69 ct, 0.80-0.89 ct, 0.95-0.99 ct, 1.30-1.49 ct, 1.80-1.99 ct
6. Type, size, quantity, and location of tarnish marks.
On each diamond, in different location, there are flaws that vary in level of visibility. For example, Indented Natural or Feather means a crack that is more visible than Pinpoint, which are small bubbles. The least damaging flaws are Pinpoint, Needle, and Cloud. However, within one diamond, there can be more than one type of flaw.
Size and amount of flaws on the diamond also matter. For example, for 2 same-grade diamonds, flaws on each diamond are different in terms of sizes and quantity. Diamonds with smaller and lesser marks are of course rarer than those with bigger and greater marks.
Location of mark is also important. Diamonds flaws that are on the edges are more noticeable than those that are in the middle of the diamond of on the surface Table.
Every Ananta Premium Diamond, for every grade, has the least amount of marks. If there is any, it is in the least visible location.
(Above illustrates the distinction of Ananta Premium Diamonds from other ordinary diamonds)
Most VS1 diamonds have more 3 types of flaws, most of which are located in the middle Table. Some diamonds even have undesirable Comment such as surface graining, and internal graining, all of which determine the quality and value of the diamond. Nevertheless, they do not affect Clarity Grade, which is stated in GIA Certificate. Therefore, we can clarify that, in every diamond grade there are beautiful and not beautiful. For example, beautiful VVS1 and not beautiful VVS1.
7. No Grainings
Ananta Premium Diamonds do not have any type of Graining, including Internal Graining and Surface Graining, which are stated in the comments section in GIA certification.
*Except VVS1 stone with graining but no other inclusions.
8. No Black Inclusions
Each type of marks is either colorless or colored. For example, black-marked diamonds are easier to notice and has lesser value than colorless -marked diamonds. GIA certificate does not specify the color of the mark, which means loupe or microscope is needed to inspect these marks.
Example of black inclusions
9. No Brown Shade
Generally, diamonds are colorless, rarely are they yellowish. GIA also grades the intensity of each color. Many diamonds have light-brown shade rather than yellow which inevitably make those diamond more noticeable and consequently leads to greater discounts on their price.