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Tanache diamond content

Tanache diamond content


Every diamond is unique and different. To maximise the beauty and brilliance you get from every diamond, we tell you about its core characteristics, properties and facets so that you get the perfect diamond for your engagement ring, wedding band or jewelry piece.




The round brilliant cut diamond is the most popular diamond shape, whether it is for an engagement ring or if it is meant to become a part of your diamond jewelry collection. It is timeless, classic and can be applied to many versatile styled diamond rings, and therefor has the flexibility to facilitate many tastes and style preferences. It has been created, optimized and perfected for over almost 100 years, and is considered to be of the most ideal proportions to maximize sparkle, light return and fire. Nearly 75% of all dia

mond engagement rings feature a round brilliant diamond.


Color, or, the lack of has a substantial impact on a diamond’s appearance and value. At Tanache  you will discover a large assortment of high-quality diamonds in varying color grades.







Warm yellow tint can be visible



Faint yellow color tint can be seen in these diamonds, however masked when set in jewellery to a large extent



Slightly yellow tinted, however when set in jewellery, especially in yellow gold, it is harder to notice the yellow tint


Near Colorless. These are more common than the higher grades, so are of great value


Near colorless, but has more of a tinge than the J diamond


Touted as the tipping point between colourless and slightly yellowish diamonds


Contains small traces of color


Although has a slight colour, it can be detected only by a gemologist, so it’s still termed colorless


Rare and high quality diamond with slight traces of color


Icy white and extremely rare


Sometimes it’s not about what you see in a diamond, but it’s about what you can’t see. The clarity of a diamond refers to the presence of natural inclusions, imperfections and blemishes on and inside a diamond.

As the name suggests, clarity of a diamond is how clear the stone is, howeverwith regard to the organic traits that were trapped inside when it was forming. The traits on the inside are known as inclusions, which are often minute diamonds that were drawn in by the bigger one. The traits of these inclusions like their size, orientation, location and color determines the clarity. Hence, diamonds with few inclusions are rare and more expensive.


Flawless and extremely hard to find


No internal flaws


Slightly flawed, but hard to see with the naked eye


Slightly more flawed than VVS1, but again, hard to spot


Very slightly flawed


Slightly more inclusions than VS1


Inclusions slightly visible with the naked eye


More inclusions than sI1


Inclusions are included



Although extensively used while purchasing and scouring for just the right diamond, carat or ct, is often confused with size. However, the carat actually refers to the weight of gems and diamonds. This is also not to be confused with karat, which refers to the purity of gold.

The form and kind of gemstone will show its weight differently, because of the different densities of each stone. Diamonds that have the same carat weight can have varying costs due to the impact of the other Cs that come into play. Like, for example, a diamond’s cut influences how large the carat weight will appear. Diamonds of a smaller carat weight will appear larger and with higher cut grades. Total carat weight refers to the total of the individual carat weights of all diamonds in one piece of jewelry.


Tanache unlocks the beauty and brilliance of a diamond by its cut. The skill employed to the way a diamond is cut defines how well it reflect and refracts light. Ranges from Excellent to poor cut.