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Welcome to Jodhani BrothersJodhani Brothers is one of the most technically advanced diamond manufacturing company in India. Our diamonds, symbolizing excellence, are available from 0.30 to 3.00 carats in D to J colors experts. Each and every product of ours passes through stringent testing of high-tech

SERVICES

CLARITY
The clarity of a diamond is based on the number, location, size and type of inclusions found in the stone. An inclusion is an imperfection or trace mineral in the stone that is visible under the magnification of a Grader's loupe. The fewer the inclusions, the clearer, brilliant and expensive the diamond will be. A "flawless" diamond is the one that has no inclusions and is extremely rare and valuable. The clarity of a diamond refers to its inclusions, which are some black, grey or white marks that internally flaw the diamond’s structure.
CUT
Years ago, carat weight was considered to be the defining characteristic of a diamond. Cut is probably the most important and most challenging of the four Cs to understand. The brilliance of a diamond depends significantly on its cut. Gemologists all over the world consider Cut quality to be the most important diamond characteristic because even if a diamond has a perfect color and clarity, a diamond with a poor cut will have reduced brilliance. cut is not a shape of the diamond but it refers to the quality of the proportion of the angle with which the diamonds are cut to perfection. When a diamond is cut to good proportions, light is reflected from one facet to another and is dispersed through the top of the diamond.
DIAMOND SHAPE
Does your heart sing to the tune of light that reflects out from a round brilliant cut diamond? Perhaps your contemporary sensibility attracts you to the princess cut, which is square in shape, but brilliant like the round? Or do you love the elegance of a marquise-shaped diamond that marks your presence everywhere? Each diamond shape has its own attribute. Be it a pear shape, oval shape, heart shape, cushion, emerald, asscher or radiant, we have it all. But shape preference is primarily a subjective statement of style that reflects the personality of the woman who wears it.