Yes! As hard as they are to come across, VVS diamonds are indeed real. If you’ve dealt with diamonds for a while, you know aspects like clarity, color and the cut of a stone are critical to getting the perfect diamond. VVS is a diamond classification that designates “very, very slightly included.” In the language of the industry, inclusions are the naturally occurring imperfections that determine the overall value of a stone.

What Is Diamond Clarity Grading?

VVS is only one of the several diamond quality grades currently available. To most jewelers and diamond shoppers out there clarity is one of the most important aspects of estimating a stone’s perfection. When the clarity of a stone is being determined, a professional jeweler must observe it under 10X magnification. He/she must consider the stone’s color. Position, size and imperfection range. 

Diamond Clarity Categories

According to the history of these observations, a stone may fall under one of the following categories:

  • FL- Flawless: Also known as “loupe clean,” flawless diamonds do not feature any inclusions. Nevertheless, they are incredibly rare. In fact, less than 0.5% of all diamonds produced around the globe are flawless.
  • IF- Internally Flawless: Internally flawless diamonds are slightly more blemished than flawless diamonds. They may feature graining, polish marks, or facets. Nevertheless, they are also very rare and are often grouped together with their flawless counterparts.
  • VVS & VVS2 –Very, Very Slightly Included: VVS diamonds are less perfect than the two former categories of diamonds. VVS1 diamonds often have edges that feature minute inclusions or facets in the pavilion. VVS2 diamonds are often slightly more included than their VVS1 counterparts. They tend to circle their microscopic flaws around their tables.
  • VS1 & VS2 –Very Slightly Included: VS1 and VS2 diamonds also have minute inclusions that are invisible to the naked eye. While VS2 diamonds feature more inclusions, it is hard for an untrained person to tell the difference.

Where Purchase VVS Diamonds?

If you are on the hunt for a VVS1 or VVS2 diamond, then you have followed the smell home. To begin with, VVS1 and VVS2 diamonds are very precious cuts. It is indeed a highly appreciated grade among our clientele; jewelers and shoppers alike. Pay us a visit today or contact us and get a piece that is worth your while.