J.B. Grading System

Our diamonds pass through rigorous quality control and are assessed finely by qualified craftsmen. Each flawless diamond complies with stringent specifications of color, clarity and shape.

  • Girdle
  • Culet


The outer edge of a diamond which forms a band around the stone. The girdle can be faceted or non-faceted.

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(F) FACETED A faceted girdle consists of a small series of polished facets. Diamond cut in a way to include many facets. The multiple facets structure increases light reflection and gives the stone a bright and shining look.
(NF ) NON-FACETED Diamonds that do not have geometrically shaped flat polished facets are graded as non faceted


A diamond's culet is the point on the bottom of a diamond's pavilion. A diamond's culet may be pointed or it may be blunted with a small facet. The culet facet can vary in size. This culet's size determines the grade that the culet is assigned.

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PO - POINTED If there culet faceted is NONE then it is referred pointed culet. The kite facets of the crown should exactly intersect with the pointed edge of the pavilion main facet and the upper girdle facet should synchronize with girdle facets. There should be a perfect alignment and no sideways displacement with respect to each other
MD - MEDIUM If culet faceted is medium then it is referred as medium culet
FC - FACETED If culet faceted is very high then it is referred as faceted culet. This culet should lie in the centre of the octagonal table. It is very easy to see whether the culet is eccentric from a side view of the stone as well as on looking through the table.
BR - BROKEN If culet facet is broken then it is referred as broken culet