The quality of a champagne diamond depends upon the 4 C’s just like in case of colorless diamonds. You can take into account the following factors while purchasing champagne diamond wedding rings. Of the 4 C’s, choosing the carat is totally your choice.
The color of a champagne diamond is assessed based on its hue, saturation, and tone. The hue is the visible color of the stone and hue of a champagne diamond is brown. Tone refers to the darkness of the color and is lighter for champagnes compared to other diamonds. Saturation is the level of intensity of the color and a more valuable stone will have a more intense color.
A champagne diamond’s clarity is evaluated in the same way as done for other diamonds; the lesser the stone has flaws in it, the more valuable it will be. However, in the case of darker champagne diamonds, the clarity will not be an important factor because the flaws in the stone will be well hidden due to the color.
Another one of the factors to consider while purchasing champagne diamond wedding rings is the cut of the stone. If the diamond cut is more proportional, then the brilliance of the stone will be more, and hence, the stone will be more expensive. However, the brilliance will be less visible in the case of darker champagne diamonds.