Diamond Education

The European Gemological Laboratory and Gemological Institute of America are the two largest diamond certification laboratories in worldwide.
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Diamond Syndicate Hawaii carries diamonds of all shapes and is proud to boasts the largest inventory of “Fancy Shaped” non-round diamonds on the island.
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The number, position, kind, color and prominence of inclusions contained in the diamond determine its grade of clarity. Learn more about diamond clarity here.
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The diamond functions to allow the maximum amount of light that enters through its top to be reflected and
dispersed back through
its top.
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Diamonds are weighed in carats and the more the better. Continue on to learn more about the true meaning of carats and the history behind the use of the word.
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Nitrogen is a common element found in a diamond.  The less nitrogen, however, the less yellow the diamond appears and the greater its value becomes.
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Colored Diamonds are normally quite rare but with a new process called HPHT, the availability to provide colored diamonds has greatly increased.
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Learn about the process of mining diamonds directly from earth and the journey that diamonds take as they move from the ground and into your life.
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