0.40 Carat & 4.60 MM F/G Color I Purity Natural Diamonds
Calibrated diamonds parcel of 0.40 Caret Size, 4.60 MM Size, F-G Color, I(I1+I2) Purity Natural Loose Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Lot From Manufacturer. Price is applicable per Carat. Diamond Price Is Depend on Quantity of Order. Contact us for more info.
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2.5 P's /Carat Approx
0.40 Carat & 4.60 MM
Grading Certificate OF IGI, IF Customer Need.
Price applicable Per Carat
We are the 50-year-old family business dealing in natural diamonds. we are having our manufacturing facility in Surat India where 90% of worlds diamonds are cut and polished and that is the main reason why diamonds are cheaper here Rather than other parts of the world. we have manufacturing facility with proven technology like sarin, helium, Magnus, Russian bruting, laser and others. with our quality artisans who make this small marvel possible for yours.
We invite diamond merchants/traders/jeweler/designers to buy our diamonds/jewelry in bulk, and we are sure as you are getting diamonds from direct manufacturer. you’re any query/inquiries are greatly appreciated. drop your contact number and emails with detailed information so that we can understand about your requirement in the better manner.
We offer a wide range of natural diamonds, with sizes ranging from 0.005 cts to 0.10 cts in D to Champagne Color and IF to I3 Clarity in Round Brilliant Cut with Ideal Cuts, Fine Makes, and Value Goods. We are the pioneers in cutting and polishing of pointers’ goods.
We offer more than 30 different assortments of pointers based on the clarity and the nature of inclusions present in the diamonds.
For our international customers as per the requirement, 12 GIA grading assortments are available. We offer round diamonds in Whites & LB with sizes of -2, Stars, Melee & Eleven
-2 = 0.80mm to 1.25mm.
STARS = 1.25mm to 1.80mm.
MELLE = 1.80mm to 2.70mm.
ELEVEN = 2.7mm to 3.70mm.
The manufacturing center combines technology and subsidized rates, near the Israel Diamond Complex in Ramat Gan provides a subsidized work environment for up to 100 polishers, access to an abundance of advanced technological systems, including the Sarine Galaxy machine, laser cutting, and automatic round polishing.
The establishment of a modern manufacturing facility is being led by Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE).
Manufacturing can simply be called as a cutting process. This is because cutting is the only factor which is under human control, rest is the nature’s game. A rough diamond is carefully planned to cut, which can get the best out of any rough diamond. A good cut can offset a lower color or clarity and vice-versa. A poor cut actually reduces the brilliance, sparkle, and scintillations of a diamond.
The decision to cut a diamond in a particular shape is spoken by the natural shape of the rough stone. Incredible amounts of patience, skill, and consideration are required to transform the world’s hardest material into a beautiful and valuable polished gem.
A cutter must carefully consider the size, shape, cleavage planes and even inclusions when preparing to fashion a rough diamond. The ultimate goal is to end up with the best cut and the most carat weight possible at the lowest production cost. This results in some difficult decisions. Here are the 4 basic steps in cutting a diamond:
Planning is a decisive step in diamond manufacturing because during this stage the size and relative value of the cut stones that the rough will produce are determined. We have an expert team of all the manufacturing processes – Planners, operations manager, floor manager to look after all these processes. Planner decides where to mark the rough diamond for fashioning it into the best-polished diamond. It is a process of a lot of considerations like the size, clarity and crystal direction when deciding where to mark the diamond rough.
Cleaving or Sawing
Cleaving and Sawing are the two different processes that come after the rough diamond is planned and marked. Each and every diamond has a different plan on the basis of which it can either be cleaved or sawn. There are different teams for Cleaving & Sawing. A rough diamond needs to be broken into parts. That can be done through either of the methods.
This is the step where once the diamond is used to shape the other. The two diamonds grind against each other to shape each other in round shape, a girdling process. It creates a basic outline for a diamond to prepare it for faceting.
Giving diamonds a finishing is also carried out meticulously. One of the crucial stages is blocking. It’s crucial because it lays the foundation for the potential of the diamond’s performance in the market. The first 17 or 18 facets are made, creating a single cut. For some very small diamonds, the process stops here. Larger diamonds go on to the brilliant being stage. In this process, a specialist called a brilliant, polishes the final facets. It is this stage that will determine how much brilliance and fire a diamond displays. Minor inconsistencies in symmetry and proportions can make the difference between a gorgeous diamond and a dull, lifeless stone. Here, these are taken care of by the team of experts. Bringing out the best polished from the rough diamonds.
Why from us –
All diamonds we sell are 100% natural and untreated unless specified for colored diamonds. we can arrange any kind of parcel services and pack so that the transaction remains safe and secure in between us.
At RRP Diamond you get the real thing at the real price, not like surat diamond market. We ensure that you get maximum value for your money, also whatever color and clarity we specify for the diamonds you get exactly the same.
How to Order
At RRP Diamond, We are doing B2B Business where we sell diamonds in wholesale. You can contact us by below methods:
Email: [email protected] OR call us on +91 9016106290 (WhatsApp is available)
Returns and Exchanges
There are a few important things to keep in mind when returning a product you purchased. You can return unwanted items by post within 7 working days.
Please ensure that the item you are returning is repackaged with all elements.