The Moijey Philosophy
At Moijey Fine Jewelry's & Diamonds we provide loose diamonds, from emerald-cut to round-cut diamonds, with brilliant color and V VS 1, meaning Very, Very Slightly Included, or an excellent quality diamond. All of Moijey Fine Jewelry's diamonds engagement rings are GIA certified (Gemological Institute of America™) with laser inscription inside.
Guidance for buying your perfect diamond.
Brilliance and sparkle are the two most important things to look for. However, certification and the 4 Cs are important. Shoppers should pay close attention to them. But it’s unwise to buy a diamond simply because it has certification. Beauty is the ultimate goal. Your loved one is going to wear the diamond, not the certificate. If the diamond isn’t beautiful, it’s not right.
Looking at a diamond from only one or two perspectives can be very misleading. Only an expert, like those serving you at Moijey Fine Jewelry and Diamond, can assess and evaluating the technical and artistic relationship between every angle in a diamond. Without a comprehensive evaluation, it will be difficult to know exactly what you’re getting for your money.
At Moijey, you always know what you’re getting. We give our customers no-nonsense explanations and clearly presented specifications that will let you decide what diamond is right for you. We are experts you can trust us to give you customized guidance.
In the diamond business, we determine the price of a diamond according to the "4C" criteria:
Clarity: The most expensive diamond is the one that is absolutely clear in clarity, but many of them have inclusions (scratches or trace minerals) that can detract from the pure beauty of the diamond. Clarity has several categories that affect the price of a diamond: FL (Flawless, no internal/external flaws), VVS1, VVS2 (Very, Very Slightly Included, an excellent quality of diamond), VS1, VS2 (Very Slightly Included, not visible to the eye), S1, S2 (Slightly Included, may be visible to the eye), I1, I2, I3 (Included, the lowest grades of clarity). Moijey Fine Jewelry does not carry the last two clarity grades in its inventory.
Color: A diamond can divide light into a spectrum of colors, and reflect light as more or less colorful, depending on the color grade. The less color in a diamond, the better the color grade. Color grades are categorized into D (absolutely colorless, the highest color grade), E (colorless, only traces of color and only detected by gemologists), F (colorless, slight color detected, still a high quality diamond), G-H (near colorless, color noticeable, but still an excellent value), I-J (near colorless, color slightly detectable), K-M (low grade color), N-Z (low grade color). Moijey Fine Jewelry does not carry the last three color grades in its inventory to maintain a good selection of diamonds.
Cut: The roundness, depth, width and uniformity of the facets determine a diamond's brilliance. Cut is the most important characteristic of a diamond; even with perfect color and clarity, a poor cut will affect its brilliance.
Carat: The weight of a diamond. In the engagement-ring market today, usually the "dowry" is around 1 carat and above.