Nice Ice™ Diamonds has been online since 1996 and is one of the first online diamond education resources. As can be seen in the images above, we specialize in the niche of Super Ideal Cut Diamonds. At the same time, it's important to realize that we do not sell diamonds direct to the public. On the contrary, our mission is to teach you how to buy the most spectacular looking diamonds possible. Click on the button below to take advantage of our free Diamond Concierge Service.
To begin with, we recommend grabbing a copy of our diamond buying cheatsheet.
Then, you should probably read the one minute diamond buying guide which most people find really helpful.
Next, we recommend reading the articles below that explain how to use the reflector scope images we use to judge light performance. Consequently, the images above show a Black by Brian Gavin Diamond through the reflector scopes we use to judge light performance:
At the same time, it's important to understand that minor nuances in diamond cut quality can have major impact on light performance. Which is why we recommend asking us to look over the details of any diamond you are considering. As a matter of fact, we don't care whether you're buying online or from a local jeweler. Which is why you should take advantage of our free Diamond Concierge Service before you buy.
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The ASET Scope images below show three "ideal cut diamonds" with varying degrees of Light Performance. The standard GIA Excellent cut diamond on the left is showing signs of light leakage under the table facet. While the entry level Hearts and Arrows diamond on the right shows traces of secondary brightness under the table facet.
The Black by Brian Gavin Hearts and Arrows diamond in the middle exhibits the most even distribution of light. To begin with, notice how the light is reflecting more evenly under the table facet. At the same time, the degree of hue and saturation is consistent throughout the entire facet structure.
This means that the diamond is reflecting light evenly because of the higher degree of optical precision. Which means that you will see sparkle which is even more vivid and intense along with higher light return.
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