About PASSION8 Diamonds

All Passion8 diamonds are precision-perfect gemstones that we cut to exact and mathematically proven proportions. The result is an exquisite diamond of singular finish, completeness and beauty; a splendour that is as timeless as the process that created them.
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Another important factor defining the value of Passion8 diamonds is that we send each of our gemstones to an internationally recognised and respected independent gemological trade laboratory for identification and grading. For your assurance,we sell each Passion8 diamond with its unique Gemological Institute of America (GIA) diamond grading and identification report certificate.

Another important factor defining the value of Passion8 diamonds is that we send each of our gemstones to an internationally recognised and respected independent gemological trade laboratory for identification and grading. For your assurance,we sell each Passion8 diamond with its unique Gemological Institute of America (GIA) diamond grading and identification report certificate.

Like the passion of true love, diamonds are everlasting. So it is vital to make sure that when you purchase a diamond you receive the everlasting value that can only come from having the utmost confidence in your selection. Passion8 was created with one underlying principle–confidence based on the quality of a superior product.The beauty and brightness of a Passion8 diamond inspires this confidence.

Like the passion of true love, diamonds are everlasting. So it is vital to make sure that when you purchase a diamond you receive the everlasting value that can only come from having the utmost confidence in your selection. Passion8 was created with one underlying principle–confidence based on the quality of a superior product.The beauty and brightness of a Passion8 diamond inspires this confidence.

The industry determines the size of a diamond by weight, measured in carats. One diamond carat weighs 200 milligrams. The industry weighs smaller diamonds using a point system, with every 100 points being equal to 1 carat. Larger diamonds are rarer than smaller diamonds, so all other factors being equal, a single 1-carat stone is worth more than four quarter carat stones put together. However, the worth of a diamond is determined by all of the first four Cs. Size alone does not determine…

The industry determines the size of a diamond by weight, measured in carats. One diamond carat weighs 200 milligrams. The industry weighs smaller diamonds using a point system, with every 100 points being equal to 1 carat. Larger diamonds are rarer than smaller diamonds, so all other factors being equal, a single 1-carat stone is worth more than four quarter carat stones put together. However, the worth of a diamond is determined by all of the first four Cs. Size alone does not determine…

Diamonds come in a variety of colours, ranging from rare, clear diamonds to those that have a yellow or brown tint. The less colour, the higher the grade. A universal colour scale classifies diamonds from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Diamonds without colour are rare. Most diamonds used in jewellery are nearly colourless, with pale tints of yellow or brown.

Diamonds come in a variety of colours, ranging from rare, clear diamonds to those that have a yellow or brown tint. The less colour, the higher the grade. A universal colour scale classifies diamonds from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Diamonds without colour are rare. Most diamonds used in jewellery are nearly colourless, with pale tints of yellow or brown.

Clarity refers to how perfect the stone is. Almost all diamonds have some internal imperfections (such as pinpoints and crystals) called inclusions, and some external blemishes (such as scratches and chips) or both. The fewer flaws a gemstone has, the higher its clarity grade and the more valuable it is. Most diamonds have flaws that the naked eye can see only with the help of high-powered magnification. These flaws do not affect the splendor of the diamond.

Clarity refers to how perfect the stone is. Almost all diamonds have some internal imperfections (such as pinpoints and crystals) called inclusions, and some external blemishes (such as scratches and chips) or both. The fewer flaws a gemstone has, the higher its clarity grade and the more valuable it is. Most diamonds have flaws that the naked eye can see only with the help of high-powered magnification. These flaws do not affect the splendor of the diamond.

Cut is imperative as it determines the symmetry of the stone, its overall proportions and ability to reflect light. How a diamond is cut and polished will affect the amount of sparkle and brilliance that comes from the stone when it interacts with light. This in turn affects its beauty and appeal. No one wants a diamond that does not sparkle. This is why Passion8 Diamonds are so spectacular, they are perfectly cut to mathematical proportions that the sparkle and brilliance is second to none.

Cut is imperative as it determines the symmetry of the stone, its overall proportions and ability to reflect light. How a diamond is cut and polished will affect the amount of sparkle and brilliance that comes from the stone when it interacts with light. This in turn affects its beauty and appeal. No one wants a diamond that does not sparkle. This is why Passion8 Diamonds are so spectacular, they are perfectly cut to mathematical proportions that the sparkle and brilliance is second to none.

Passion8 Diamonds will all have the signature 8 Hearts and 8 Arrows, the fingerprint and signature that visually exhibits its perfect alignment of every facet group. #passion8diamonds

Diamonds will all have the signature 8 Hearts and 8 Arrows, the fingerprint and signature that visually exhibits its perfect alignment of every facet group.

Passion8 Diamonds will all have the signature 8 Hearts and 8 Arrows, the fingerprint and signature that visually exhibits its perfect alignment of every facet group. #passion8diamonds

Diamonds will all have the signature 8 Hearts and 8 Arrows, the fingerprint and signature that visually exhibits its perfect alignment of every facet group.


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