A diamond with a Good cut grade is designed to reflect most of the light that enters it. This cut is considerably less expensive than a Very Good cut, making it an excellent choice for cost-conscious shoppers.
This color grade is reserved for the rare diamond completely devoid of color. The diamond appears pure white to the naked eye and under magnification; when compared side-by-side with another diamond, the purity of the D color grade is immediately obvious.
Diamonds in this clarity grade range (very slightly included) contain inclusions that most people cannot see with the naked eye, but would require magnification to find. These diamonds are priced lower than VVS graded diamonds, offering consumers a reasonable value for a high-quality diamond.