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Color in diamonds most often appears as a pale yellow or slightly brown hue. The yellow color is due to the presence of trace amounts of nitrogen in the diamond.
A diamond can be of the best Clarity and Color grades, but if its Cut Grade is poor, the diamond will not be the beautiful gem you will want to buy.
Gem-quality diamonds are evaluated and graded by their clarity, the absence of naturally occurring internal flaws, called Inclusions, and external flaws, called Blemishes.
The carat of a diamond refers to the weight of the stone. A carat is equal to about .2 grams, which can be compared to the weight of a standard size paper clip.