The essential 4Cs for your precious diamond

Choosing the wedding rings for you and your partner that have tremendously sentimental value is an important part on the big day. 

These Wedding Rings are inspired by the love path of many couples talking to us to create the perfect rings on the most special day. We carefully designed to truly resonate with your love story, and we intently selected Diamonds that stand as a reminder and commitment that you and your lover will love and stand by each other through thick and thin.

RAVIPA carefully selects a diamond according to RAVIPA’s quality standards to create a custom wedding ring that captures your love story and your preferences to make your meaningful story more special. 

The “4Cs” are the main widely accepted standards for assessing diamond quality. The 4Cs of diamond quality are carat, color, clarity, and cut.



Carat (ct) is the unit of measurement that is used for assessing the weight of the diamond. The more diamond weight, the larger it is.




Color generally ranges from D (colorless), which is considered a perfect and expensive color grade, to Z (light yellow or brown). RAVIPA only selects the high-quality diamond from D to H on a diamond color grade.  




Clarity represents the purity of the diamond that is graded by FL, IF, VVS1, VVS2, VS1, VS2, SI1, SI2, SI3, I1, I2, and I3, with FL (flawless) being highest and I3 being lowest. RAVIPA only accepts FL, IF, VVS1, VVS2, VS1, and VS2 on a diamond clarity grade.




Cut refers to how well a diamond’s facets. It also refers to symmetry, dimension, and reflection of the diamond. If the diamond is cut perfectly, it will reflect light and sparkle. The more perfect a diamond's facet, the more reflective it is.


RAVIPA only meticulously selects the best-quality diamond to create the valuable jewelry for you. Anyone who wants us be a part of your special occasions could meet us at RAVIPA Boutique, The Emporium, 1/F

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