.25
 .40
 .50
 .75
 1.00
 1.50
 2.00
             

General Size Chart For Chains. This chart is meant to be used fas a general guideline only.


 
0.1 centimeter = approximately 1/32
2.1 centimeter = approximately 13/16   
 
0.2 centimeter = approximately 1/8"  
2.2 centimeter = approximately 7/8"    
 
0.3 centimeter = approximately 1/8"
2.3 centimeter = approximately 15/16"
 
0.4 centimeter = approximately 3/16"
2.4 centimeter = approximately 15/16"
 
0.5 centimeter = approximately 3/16"
2.5 centimeter = approximately 1
 
0.6 centimeter = approximately 1/4"
2.6 centimeter = approximately 1"
 
0.7 centimeter = approximately 1/4"
2.7 centimeter = approximately 1 1/16"
 
0.8 centimeter = approximately 5/16"  
2.8 centimeter = approximately 1 1/4"   
 
0.9 centimeter = approximately 3/8"
2.9 centimeter = approximately 1 1/8"
 
1.0 centimeter = approximately 3/8"
3.0 centimeter = approximately 1 3/16"
 
1.1 centimeter = approximately 7/16"   
3.1 centimeter = approximately 1 1/4"
 
1.2 centimeter = approximately 1/2" 
3.2 centimeter = approximately 1 1/4"
 
1.3 centimeter = approximately 1/2"
3.3 centimeter = approximately 1 5/16"
 
1.4 centimeter = approximately 9/16" 
3.4 centimeter = approximately 1 3/8"
 
1.5 centimeter = approximately 5/8"
3.5 centimeter = approximately 1 3/8"
 
1.6 centimeter = approximately 5/8"
3.6 centimeter = approximately 1 7/16"
 
1.7 centimeter = approximately 11/16"
3.7 centimeter = approximately 1 1/2"
 
1.8 centimeter = approximately 3/4"
3.8 centimeter = approximately 1 1/2"
 
1.9 centimeter = approximately 3/4"
3.9 centimeter = approximately 1 9/16"
 
2.0 centimeter = approximately 13/16"
4.0 centimeter = approximately 1 9/16"

The actual diamond images shown below illustrate the types of inclusions and how they will appear under 30X magnification in a diamond. These inclusions would not be visible to the naked eye.  These photos will help evaluate the Clarity grade of a diamond.

Clarity grade of a diamond

Photo #1 is an example of a feather. Photo #2 is an example of a crystal.
Photo #3 is an example of a cloud. Photo #4 is an example of a needle.

Below you will see sample photos that will help evaluate the Color of a diamond


.Color of a diamond

 


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