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Ratan Sajan Diamonds DMCC

Ratan Sajan Diamonds

Our Process

Ratan-Sajan Diamonds are crafted by gifted craftspersons and processed
with precise attention to detail. Every diamond is imagined, cut,
polished and graded in-house to the most exacting proportions and standards.
Over 2000 master artisans are adept at cutting any shape of diamond
to an nth degree of perfection, restoring life into a stone.

Our Diamonds

Mankind has revered the inextinguishable brilliance of diamonds since centuries. It has been a source of value and fascination throughout history. Known as the symbol of eternity and love, each diamond is nature’s work of art. Its beauty, durability, value and rarity make it the most special gemstone.

From round, to every kind of fancy shape, we are experts in diamonds of every color, clarity, shape, and size. Our diamonds personify the aspect of excellence in each of these parameters of gem quality. Our production comprises equal percentages of processed round brilliant cut and fancy cut diamonds. A dynamic inventory of over 20,000 diamonds online makes us one of the most significant manufacturers in terms of capacity in the world. We are committed to ensuring that every diamond is crafted with meticulous attention to detail and utter dedication to create a beautiful product that will stand the test of time. Our satisfied clients around the world stand testimony to our capabilities with regard to volume, variety and consistent supply. Moreover, we take utmost care to ensure our diamonds are ethically sourced and that no governing laws are violated in their mining or production. In essence, we champion the cause of ‘guilt free’ diamonds in our dealings. Know as the symbol of eternity and love, each diamond is natures work of art, with its beauty, durability, value and rarity making it the most special gemstone.

Diamond Grading and 4C's

In the pursuit of absolute perfection, RS Diamonds manufactures diamonds
with clarity and flamboyant brilliance. We are constantly innovating
and developing our manufacturing technology to offer you brilliance
you’ve never seen before.


Cuts are mainly the arrangement of facets in the stone, affecting the cost and beauty of a diamond. To what extend
a diamond will reflect light from within depends on the skill and craft of the diamond cutter. When a diamond is cut with
precision, light gets reflected from one facet to another and results in a burst of brilliance.

Ideal Cut

An ideal cut diamond has maximum brilliance that is achieved through exact calculation of the proportion and symmetry of the stone. Brilliance reflecting out of the perfectly cut diamond makes it alluring.

Brilliant Cut

Brilliant cut diamonds have 58 facets, 33 on top and 24 at the bottom and the culet. In this cut, all 58 facets appear to radiate from the center through the top of the diamond. This is the most common diamond cut.

Step Cut

Step cut resembles stairs or steps, with its three concentric rows of facets arranged around the table, culet and pavilion. The emerald cut is a good example of a step cut diamond.

Mixed Cut

Mixed cut diamonds combine the step cut and the brilliant cut. For instance, the crown of the diamond can be cut as a brilliant cut and the pavilion as the step cut.


Diamonds receive the FL (flawless) grade when there is no discernible inclusion or blemish that causes interference
with the passage of light through the stone. At RS Diamonds, we offer diamonds that achieve a grade of VS2 and
above. VVS and VS graded diamonds are expensive whereas SI1 and SI2 graded diamonds are more affordable.

A grading system has been established by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) for measuring the type and size of these impurities:

  • FL , IF
  • VVS1, VVS2
  • VS1, VS2
  • SI1, SI2
Flawless and internally flawless
Very minute inclusions that are hard to view under 10x magnification.
Slight inclusions that are visible under 10x magnification and may not be visible to the naked eye.
Slightly more prominent inclusions that are visible under 10x magnification and may not be visible to the naked eye.


More light passes through diamonds that display little color, creating a prism-like effect. If a stone is totally
transparent, it is considered rare; however, notable exceptions are fancy colored diamonds such as yellow, green, blue
and pink. Grades are allocated to a diamond according to the level of color it possesses.

Based on the color scale established by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America), a letter is assigned to the degree of
colorlessness found in diamonds. Starting from D and ending with Z, each letter in descending order denotes an increasing
amount of light (yellow, brown or grey) in the diamond.

  • D
  • E, F
    E, F
  • G, H, I
    G, H, I
  • J,K,L
D is the highest color grade attributed to a diamond, denoting that the stone is completely colorless (white).
A gemologist can identify traces of colors found in the diamond even though the stone looks colorless.
These diamonds look almost colorless because the untrained eye cannot notice the hint of color present in the stone.
These stones have faint traces of color.

Carat Weight

Carat determines the weight of a diamond with 1 carat being equivalent to 200 milligrams or 0.2 grams. One carat is
also divided into 100 points. These points are used for describing increments of weight within a carat. A diamond’s
price per carat increases in proportion with the size of the stone. Two diamonds of the same weight can have different
values based on their color, cut and clarity.

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