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Clarity is a term used to describe the absence or presence of flaws inside or on the surface of a diamond. In other words, the clarity of a diamond refers to the diamond's clearness or purity.
When these flaws / marks occur internally, they are called inclusions and the most common types of inclusions include crystals, tiny bubbles representing small minerals that were absorbed into the diamond while it was growing, internal graining, needles, knots, chips, cavities, cleavage, feathers, and clouds. On the contrary, when these flaws / marks occur on the surface, they are known as blemishes and the most common types of blemishes include polish lines, naturals, scratches, nicks, pits, transparent stress lines that appear on a diamond's surface, surface graining, and extra facets, that are usually cut to remove a near-surface inclusion to raise the clarity grade of a stone. Most diamonds have these imperfections in them. Although many of these flaws are not visible to the naked eye, but under magnification, tiny featherlike shapes, crystals, bubbles and dark flecks become noticeable. These slight flaws make every diamond quite unique but they also do affect the beauty and value of the diamond.
Diamond's clarity is based on the number, size, nature, and location of imperfections on the finished stone. Diamond with higher clarity is more valuable in comparison to diamond that contains numerous inclusions because it is less brilliant due to inclusions interfering with light passing through it.
No inclusions under 10x magnification. Very rare, beautiful and expensive diamonds.
Contain minute inclusions that are extremely difficult for an inexperienced grader to locate under 10 x magnifications. VVS diamonds are very rare and beautiful.
Contain minor inclusions that range from difficult to somewhat easy to see under 10 x magnifications. Typical VS inclusions are small crystals, feathers or distinct clouds. In some rare cases, a VS stone can contain an eye visible inclusion. Excellent quality diamonds.
Inclusions are easily visible under 10 x magnifications to an experienced gemologist and may be visible with the unaided eye. A great value.
Diamonds with significant inclusions. Best suited for use in diamond jewelry.
Note: At Jewel Country, we do not carry diamonds below I1 clarity.