What Does a Clarity of IJ 12-13 Mean on a Diamond Ring?

IJ denotes the diamond’s colour, while I2-I3 denotes its clarity on the diamond classification scale. Colorless IJ diamonds are rare. Internal faults apparent under 10x magnification are visible in diamonds with an I2-I3 grading, and these flaws may be seen to the human eye.

Colorless diamonds with a colour grading of D are the most valuable. Diamonds with an IJ grading are virtually colourless, which is the second best colour tier. To the naked eye, low-grade diamonds with a colour classification of S-Z seem yellow.

The “I” in the I2-I3 rating stands for “inclusions,” or flaws in the diamond. Internal defects like as knots, cavities, and graining are common. The lowest of the six potential diamond clarity grades is I2-I3. FL created the highest tier for “flawless.”


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