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For maximum brilliance, every facet of a diamond should be professionally polished after the sawing and bruting process. A well polished diamond will leave little to no surface grainings & marks, while a poorly polished diamond can result in imperfections on the surface of a diamond.

Crown

Girdle

Pavillion

Table

Culet

 The smallest facet of a diamond, the culet is located at very bottom of the stone. It was originally intended to protect the diamond's pavillion. Today's setting are strong enough which makes it unnecessary to polish the culet facet.

It extends from the top of the diamond (the "Table") down to the girdle. Light enters through the crown facets of a diamond. The Crown is composed of 33 facets:

Bezel Facets - 8
Star Facets - 8
Upper Facets - 16
Table - 1

The outer edge of the diamond (the widest point of the diamond), where the crown and the pavilion meet. The girdle measures the diameter of a diamond. A diamond's girdle can be either rough, polished, or faceted.

It is located at the bottom of the diamond and bridges the girdle and the culet. The pavillion is integral to the diamond's light reflecting properties. A properly cut pavillion will allow the maximum amount of light to reflect from the surface of the diamond. The Pavillion of a diamond consists of either 24 or 25 facets:

Lower Half Facets - 16
Pavillion Main Facets - 8
Culet - 1 or none

 This is the largest facet of a diamond which sits at the top of the crown.

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CUT

Of all the 4Cs, cut has the greatest effect on a diamond’s beauty.
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CLARITY

Diamonds can have internal characteristics known as inclusions
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COLOR

Distinguishes the lack of color in a diamond.
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CARAT

Carat is the diamond's physical weight measured in metric carats.
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VD Global’s story began in 1974 when Vallabhbhai Dhanjibhai Vaghasia, founder of VD Global Pvt. Ltd. had one simple belief - to manufacture diamonds into priceless expressions transcending all words.

VD Global Pvt. Ltd. (VD), a preeminent Diamantaire based in India, with over four decades of expertise and heritage in the diamond industry spanning three generations, has distinguished itself with its leadership, attention to detail and customer service to clients in Hong Kong, Dubai, New York, and Antwerp. It is our belief at VD Global Pvt. Ltd. That it is not solely the technology or people, but a blend of men and machines that make this company a living dream.

  • Mr. Kenil Vaghasia

    VD GLOBAL PVT. LTD.

    HW 5012-13/GW - Wing,

    Bharat Diamond Bource,

    B.K.C. Bandra (E),Mumbai -400051

    Phone : +91-22-4362 9999

    Fax: +91-22-236 44975

    E-mail: info@vdglobal.in

We believe that whatever we do should touch the lives of those around us and this is why we forge our ties with people characterized by love, respect and long term commitment. VD Global Pvt. Ltd. Inc also believes that social responsibility should be the lifeblood of every country, thus, we have felt the need to recognize education as the crucial aspect of future. Partners of the company have decided to take initiative by expanding the high school in JALALPUR, GUJRAT, INDIA where he was born. Capacity will be increased to 1000 students.

Additional contributions done to educational trust are:

  • Vanani Hostel, Bhavnagar ,Gujarat, India . Capacity 300 students.
  • Sardar Patel Seva Trust, Gujarat, India. Capacity 2000 students.
  • Bhavanath Educational Trust, Gujarat, India. Capacity 700 students.

We are doing our every bit to nurture the community to a higher standard of living and a better quality of life.

Grading

on the 4C's

CUT

Refers to : The interaction of a diamond's facet and the light which passes through the facets.

GIVES

A diamond its brilliance and sparkle.

Grading

on the 4C's

CLARITY

Most diamonds have some impurities, known as “inclusions”

CLARITY MEASURES

How clear the diamond is to the naked eye and under a 10x loupe.

Grading

on the 4C's

FOR DIAMONDS D - Z COLORS

Diamonds can be naturally Colorless, Yellow, Brown, Orange, Pink, Blue, Green, Purple, or Red.

FOR COLORLESS DIAMONDS

The less color there is, the more valuable it is.

Grading

on the 4C's

CARAT

Measures a diamond’s weight.

THE VALUE

Of a diamond goes up with the carat weight of a diamond.