Romil not only selects its diamonds according to the 4 Cs standards laid down by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), but takes this rigor to the highest level, selecting only the top categories of the 4 Cs. It is one of very few jewelers to offer such remarkable and rigorous quality standards.
The standard diamond certification – the 4 Cs – was developed by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America), an internationally recognized, institution. These four criteria are color, clarity, cut and carat, and they determine the quality and value of a diamond.
Romil not only selects its diamonds according to 4 Cs standards, but takes this rigor to the very highest level, choosing from only the top categories of the 4 Cs. In fact, only diamonds from categories D and E on the color scale are selected (the global scale ranges from D, extremely rare colorless diamonds to Z, the much more common yellow diamond).
On the clarity scale, only the highest criteria – "Flawless" and "Internally Flawless" and "Very very slightly included" (VVS1/VVS2) – are selected by Romil (the global scale ranges from Flawless (FL) to "Included 3" for diamonds with obvious visible inclusions).
As for cut, only the criteria "Excellent" and "Very good" are selected (the global scale ranges from "Excellent" to "Poor"). These criteria selected by Romil guarantee optimal refraction of light in the heart of the diamond, and therefore extreme brilliance.
Finally, the Maison offers a wide range of carat sizes.
To guarantee a rare and extraordinary stone, the 4 Cs are essential but not sufficient in themselves. Romil goes even further by imposing an additional constraint, the fifth C, for "character".
Diamond is a precious stone, known for its extreme durability. To contribute to its longevity, it is advisable to take great care of your diamond Jewelry, preferably by isolating each diamond creation in a separate box, and avoiding shokes.