Can you cause an inclusion in a diamond?

Asked By: Trace Rutherford
Date created: Tue, Jun 1, 2021 6:01 PM
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A small, shallow opening on the surface of a diamond often found near the girdle, culet or facet junctions. This inclusion is typically man-made in the sense that it is damage caused by wear and tear or accidental knocks.
Answered By: Summer Kuhlman
Date created: Wed, Jun 2, 2021 8:04 PM

How the type of inclusion affects the appearance of a diamond

How the type of inclusion affects the appearance of a diamond
In fact, there are many different types of inclusion that a diamond can have and not all are formed through natural processes. Each inclusion has a different cause and subsequently a different effect on the appearance of the diamond. Diamonds certified by the GIA or AGS will include a diamond inclusion plot with each stone they certify.
Answered By: Gardner Oberbrunner
Date created: Thu, Jun 3, 2021 2:43 AM
To answer your question, no. Diamonds are not living organisms where they can produce new flaws or make your inclusions bigger. However, it can weaken your diamond and cause it to not be as durable.
Answered By: Keith Nolan
Date created: Thu, Jun 3, 2021 3:56 PM
A cavity inclusion is a small, slightly deep curved area typically caused when a crystal near the diamond’s surface is removed during the cutting or polishing process. In other words, you can think of a cavity as a hole on the diamond’s surface.
Answered By: Niko Gutkowski
Date created: Fri, Jun 4, 2021 4:52 AM
A crystal inclusion is a mineral crystal that is embedded within the diamond and they can come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They also happen to be one of the trickiest inclusions that can cause a beginner to make a bad purchase. Why? Well, that’s because of the simplistic symbol they are drawn with on the clarity characteristic plot.
Answered By: Lesley Fritsch
Date created: Fri, Jun 4, 2021 6:09 AM
Twinning Wisps – This inclusion is a result of growth defects (distortion) in a diamond’s crystal structure. In essence, twinning wisps are a mish-mash of different inclusions such as pinpoints, crystals, feathers and clouds. They often resemble a twirly looking plane and appear ribbon-like.
Answered By: Elliott Kutch
Date created: Fri, Jun 4, 2021 2:57 PM
Inclusions can affect a diamond’s brilliance—meaning how well white light reflects back to your eye off the diamond’s table. When an inclusion impedes light, the light might exit out of the sides or the bottom of the diamond instead. In these cases, the diamond will appear dull and lifeless.
Answered By: Mae Heathcote
Date created: Fri, Jun 4, 2021 8:37 PM
Inclusions happen because diamonds are subjected to lots of pressure and high temperatures deep into the mantle of the earth. Under these conditions, various clarity characteristics are present in and on diamond crystals. There are very few crystals that don't have external or internal inclusions.
Answered By: Piper Carter
Date created: Sat, Jun 5, 2021 5:03 AM
Diamond inclusions are generally thought of in relation to their impact on value. However interesting inclusions can add character and personality to a diamond. These diamonds feature distinctive, exceptional inclusions that make them truly memorable. Venetian Mask Photo by John I. Koivula/GIA.
Answered By: Constantin Hoppe
Date created: Sat, Jun 5, 2021 7:34 AM
A mineral crystal contained in a diamond. General trade term for a break in a gemstone, often white and feathery in appearance. A small, concentrated area of crystal distortion; can be white or dark, and might have a thread-like or pinpoint-like appearance. A portion of the rough diamond’s original surface that dips below a polished diamond ...
Answered By: Bailey Keeling
Date created: Sat, Jun 5, 2021 6:18 PM
This type of inclusion is from a sharp blow to the diamond’s surface that extends inside the gem, causing small feather inclusions. Bruises are usually found in the diamond crown, but they can appear in different locations and sizes. Most of the time, cutters are at fault for this inclusion.
Answered By: Armando Strosin
Date created: Sun, Jun 6, 2021 1:45 AM
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Here is How to Tell if a Diamond is Real or Fake 1) Water Test. Use this simple test to ensure a diamond is real. Find a normal sized drinking glass and fill it ¾ of the... 2) Fog Test. For the fog test, hold the diamond or ring between two fingers and breath on it with a puff of air. A light... 3) ...
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Lay the stone onto the dot with the flat side down. Through the pointed end of the diamond, look down onto the paper. If you see a circular reflection inside the gemstone, the stone is fake. If you cannot see the dot or a reflection in the stone, then the diamond is real.
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Here is How to Tell if a Diamond is Real or Fake 1) Water Test. Use this simple test to ensure a diamond is real. Find a normal sized drinking glass and fill it ¾ of the way with water. Carefully drop the loose stone into the glass. If the gemstone sinks, it’s a real diamond.
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For the fog test, hold the diamond or ring between two fingers and breath on it with a puff of air. A light fog will form on the diamond because of the moisture and heat in your breath. If the fog dissipates right away, the diamond is real. If it takes several seconds for the fog to disperse, it is likely a fake diamond.
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Lay the stone onto the dot with the flat side down. Through the pointed end of the diamond, look down onto the paper. If you see a circular reflection inside the gemstone, the stone is fake. If you cannot see the dot or a reflection in the stone, then the diamond is real.

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