Most people may know this, but have you ever wondered how diamond inclusions are formed?
Diamonds and crystals are formed deep inside the Earth crust under high pressure. During their formation process, it is quite natural for smaller crystals to get trapped inside a diamond. These crystals usually look like cloudy formations, small dots, lines, etc. Similarly, the chances for the occurrence of cracks inside the diamond structure are also more during the diamond formation. Such cracks will be visible to the naked eye, and if the diamonds trap air within its crystals during the formation process, it will look like small bubbles.
All these flaws are considered as irregularities. However, there are some advantages to choosing engagement rings with a center diamond inclusion. The main benefit is that you can use the flaws in your gemstone as its unique identification code because the inclusion present in every single diamond will be different. Additionally, you can shop Slightly Included diamonds that exhibit even microscopic flaws in it for a much lower price.