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Frequently Asked Questions


No. Diamonds that are naturally colored outside the normal color range are called fancy colored diamonds. FTC does not provide guidelines for using the term “fancy color” in the United States. However, the general agreement in international trade is that fancy colored diamonds are yellow or brown diamonds that are more colored than the Z master stone, or have a color other than yellow or brown. ..

The depth of the pavilion is the length from the bottom of the girdle to the curette, and if the pavilion is too shallow or too deep, light can escape from the sides of the stone or leak from the bottom. In a well-cut diamond, more light will pass through the crown.
Weights such as 0.5 carat, 0.75 carat, and 1 carat are considered “magic size”. Visually, there is little difference between a 0.99 carat diamond and one carat. However, the prices of the two can be very different.
Certificates are known by wholesalers, retailers, and consumers as diamond grading reports or diamond dossier. The certificate states the exact dimensions, weight, cut and overall quality of the diamond. Certificates are a very useful tool for identifying stones to show the individual characteristics of a diamond. When you are buying loose diamonds, keep in mind that grading reports can help you make informed decisions about which stone is right for you.
The world’s most acclaimed authority on diamonds and colored stones is called GIA. Three to six separate gemologists evaluate all diamonds individually to obtain an accurate final grade, and GIA is evaluated. Throughout the world of diamonds, the GIA Grading Report is considered a testament to integrity. Two different types of reports are published by GIA. The fully published GIA report is one of the most common reports. Includes a complete description of the diamond and a plot of its stone grade, setting, and transparency characteristics. This report is typically used for diamonds of 1 carat or more. For diamonds less than 1 carat, the second type of report is used. See GIA Dosier for more information on each graded diamond. However, in Dosier, the laser inscription registration number has replaced the plot normally displayed in the report. The registration number was stamped on the diamond griddle so you can see the stone without mapping it to be included. This method saved GIA the time and money it took to publish a complete report on small diamonds.
As with color scales, GIA’s clarity grading system was developed because jewelers used potentially misleading terms such as “loupe clean” and “piqué.” Nowadays, terms such as VVS1 and SI2 should be used even if the jeweler speaks a language other than English (such as Japanese or French), such as when buying a diamond abroad
Small crystals can be trapped inside the diamond during formation. As the crystal grows, the atomic structure can become irregular.
The modern carat system started with locust beans. Early gem traders used small, uniform beans as the weight for their balances. Carats represent the same gram weight anywhere in the world.
Before GIA generalized the D to Z color grading scale, all systems were roughly used. Classification by A, B, C without clear definition, descriptive such as Arabic numerals (0, 1, 2, 3), Roman numerals (I, II, III), “gem blue”, “blue white” Terms and so on. These were misunderstood and did not have a good reputation. Therefore, the creators of the GIA color scale wanted to create something new that was not related to the previous system. Therefore, the GIA scale starts at D. Very few people still stick to other grading systems. No other system is as clear and generally accepted as the GIA scale.

Ring & size

Some rings cannot be resized. This may be due to size restrictions, out of range, or design style. It is important to know that the new ring may not look “exactly” with the original ring, as minor variations can occur. When you receive and inspect the ring, you will be notified before any work is done to discuss the ring resizing process.

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**Can you mount a loose diamond on a ring?**

Yes, absolutely! At FavolosoDiamond.com, we specialize in custom jewelry design and can skillfully mount your loose diamond onto a ring setting of your choice. Whether you have a specific design in mind or need assistance selecting the perfect setting to complement your diamond, our team of expert jewelers is here to help. To get started, simply provide us with the details of your diamond and your vision for the ring. We’ll guide you through the selection process, offering professional advice on the best setting style, metal type, and design elements to enhance the beauty of your diamond. Let us turn your vision into a stunning reality.

resizing process.
Yes. Custom designing an engagement ring is a great way to create the perfect ring for your unique personality, a beautiful expression of love. To find out more about custom designing your own engagement ring please send us and inquiry to get started. Please contact customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week .
Definitely not! In fact, it is advisable to select the diamonds individually. This makes your jewelry unique!
Designing your own ring or attaching diamonds to any ring does not make the ring custom. A custom order is a ring design that is not listed on the website. Note: All returns of engraved rings are subject to a regrinding fee of US $50.
No. Only metal type (18kt, 14kt or platinum) or the brand of which the piece of jewelry is designed from is engraved on the ring.
During the resizing process, a small amount of metal is added or removed to increase or decrease the size to fit the new size required. As a result, the ring may become slightly thicker or thinner when completed. This is a small difference and may or may not be recognizable. Resized rings are inspected by Quality Assurance to ensure that they meet our high standards and that the rings fit the required size. For free resizing, mail the ring to our office. Alternatively, if you want to stay local, you can resize directly at a location near you.
The size of the ring can be changed once a year after purchase for free. This includes free shipping for the first resizing. If multiple resizing is required, or outside the first year, a fee of US $50 will be charged for resizing the white, yellow and rose gold rings and US $75 for platinum. For US customers, the return shipping fee is US $50. The return of the ring is free, so the service is always free.
Yes, we will personalize your ring with inscriptions for free. Note: All returns of engraved rings are subject to a regrinding fee of US $50.


Yes. You can buy loose diamonds, engagement rings, or fine jewelry using a secure checkout process.
Yes. We will ship diamonds worldwide. shipping is free in the US. Please inquire about international shipping fee.
Enter your discount code or gift certificate code in the checkout screen. Just before the “place order” button.
All loose diamonds, rings, jewelry, luxury handbags and time pieces listed on our website are sold with a 100% Money Back Guarantee. Designing your own ring or attaching diamonds to any ring does not make the ring custom.

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