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Carat

The weight of a diamond is measured in Carats. The term carat originated in ancient times when precious stones were weighted against the carob bean (Hindi : Ratti) . Each bean weighed about one carat. Carat is often confused with size but it is instead a measure of weight. In 1913, carat weight was standardized internationally and adapted to the metric system. One carat equals 0.2 grams (200 milligrams).

In general terms, the larger the carat, the more valuable and sought after the stone is. Since larger diamonds are found less frequently, a 1.00 carat diamond will cost much more than that of a 0.50 carat diamond, assuming colour, clarity and cut remain the same. Also, it is important to note that the way a diamond is cut and mounted can make a diamond appear larger than its actual carat weight.

Two terms, carat and karat are often confused. Karat refers to the fineness of gold alloys (pure gold is 24 karat; 14 karat is 14 parts gold and 10 parts other metals) and carat refers to diamond weights.