Diamond Size comparison on hand; 0.3ct, 0.4ct, 0.5ct, 0.6ct, 0.7ct, 0.8ct, 0.9ct, 1ct, 1.5ct, 2ct

Hello everyone!

In today's video we shall try to help you to decide on what carat you should go for. There are a few things that you have to consider before you make a decision. One is your lady’s preference viz. does your girlfriend like to wear accessories or does she like things simple and sweet? There's also the budget you're willing to spend and most importantly what would suit your girlfriend's hand.

With me today are 2 of my colleagues, to help us try out different sizes on their hands.

We have here my colleagues, Joey and Elaga. Hello. Elaga's ring size is actually in Asian size 7 which is equivalent to US size 4.5 or 47 mm circumference. Her ring size considering average for an Asian lady, while Joey would have an Asian size 13 or US 6.5 equivalent to 53 mm circumference. These two ladies would help us try out different carat weights on their finger.

So are you girls ready? Yes. Let's get started.

Let's now try the carat weight for Elaga. Focusing here you will see with the small slim finger a 0.3 carat really does look very nice and pretty. Slim hands will still give that effect where the 0.3 carat wouldn't look too small. The diamond ring still suits her hand. Elaga did also try a 0.4 carat, 0.5 carat and 0.6 carat. You'll see how the 0.6 carat stands out more as compared to the rest, certainly it made a lot of difference and due to the slim ring size, it made the diamond ring feels like it's kind of bigger than it really is.

Now are you satisfied with this look. Is this what you're trying to achieve? If still not, maybe we can go for a slightly bigger one. Let's try a 0.7, 0.8, 0.9 or even a one carat. Wow! These diamonds look so grand, it is definitely outstanding and eye catchy, that they'll know you'll soon be a Mrs. This 1 carat is actually a very wishful fantasy for most ladies. If you have an average ring size like Elaga does, would this be the right diamond for you?

Since you are trying different carats anyway why not have a look at 1.5 and 2 carats as well. This carats are a lot bigger and get a lot more attention depending on lady’s preference most will feel like it's a bit too big for daily wear, but if you are a fan of diamonds then why not?

Let's now try the same carats in Joey's hand again a 0.3, 0.4, 0.5 and 0.6 carat. For Joey's ring size a 0.5 and 0.6 carat does look proportionate and it suits her hand nicely. Not over-the-top but just enough to get that second look from your pals.

Same as in Elaga’s hand, 0.7 to 1 carat still stand out more, although it will not appear to protruding or bulky as compared as when Elaga wore it. You will notice how a smaller diamond may suit a smaller hand better and a bigger diamond and a slightly bigger ring size.

1.5 to 2 carat is a different story altogether. This still looks enormous even a slightly bigger ring size and deniably the biggest among the crowd.

Thank you ladies for helping us today I know that this will be very helpful to our viewers out there, who need some advice and recommendations.

If you guys have any questions please feel free to email us at sales@jannpaul.com or call us on +65 6733 2925.

Thank you for watching!

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