A diamond can have a several color tints, such as yellow, brown, green or grey. Brown, green or grey color tinted diamonds should be avoided because the diamond will look darker for their color grade. These color tints may not be reflected on the GIA certificate due to its hue.
An industry term for this is BGM (Brown, Greenish, Milky) diamonds. Always ensure that your diamond has ''No BGM''.
The table of the diamond is the largest facet of the diamond; the flat top surface of the diamond.
The Table % of the diamond is calculated by dividing the width of the table by the diameter of the diamond (taken from each end of the girdle) multiply by 100.Example: 3.5mm table / 6mm width table x 100 = 58% The size of the table may affect a diamond's beauty in different aspects:
The brellia has always been my favorite diamond all time. I still remember the day when i held the first prototype on my hands. To me, it was probably the same feeling people got when they first saw the first rocket launch into space!
Unlike any other cut, the brellia possesses everything anyone can ask for: