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TODAY'S RATE: GOLD 22K:1G R2,851.00
GOLD 24K:1G R3,049.00

FAQ

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We sell jewellery made using either 22 carat or 18 carat gold. Majority of our jewellery is available in 22 carat gold.

Carat (or karat) is the term used to measure the proportion of Gold in jewellery. Pure Gold is designated 24 carat, and is the finest Gold found; 22 carat gold is defined as 91.67% pure gold and 18 carat Gold is 75% pure Gold.

Yes. All our products are hallmarked.

White Gold achieves its whiteness when other metals are added to yellow Gold. Platinum, on the other hand, is white to begin with and maintains its luster permanently. Since white Gold is actually yellow gold with alloys added to it, the alloys tend to wear away with usage. To keep your white Gold jewellery looking its best, you can have it polished and rhodium plated on a regular basis. Platinum is hypoallergenic, tarnish-resistant and extremely durable. Unlike white Gold, Platinum does not turn yellow over time and will always maintain its beautiful white brightness.

 Platinum is a dense metal that is 95% pure. It is the safest security for Diamond as it provides the needed strength.

Precious stones are diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire, while all others are semi-precious. This distinction reflects the rarity of the respective stones as well as their quality: all precious stones are translucent with fine color in their purest forms, except for diamonds, and are very hard (8-10 on the Mohs scale).
Other stones are classified by their color, translucency and hardness. The traditional distinction does not necessarily reflect modern values, for example, while garnets are relatively inexpensive, a green garnet called Tsavorite, can be far more valuable than a mid-quality emerald.

The most important factor to consider when buying a gemstone is its color, which comes in a variety of shades. The finest gemstones are intensely saturated, pure natural color with no overtones. Color is divided into three aspects: hue (the basic color of the stone); tone (the "depth" of color, ranging from "light" to "dark"); and saturation (the purity of the color and the level of other hues, if present).
After color, the factors that influence value are clarity, cut and size. Gemstones that are clear with no visible inclusions are more valuable than those with visible internal flaws. Perfection in natural, untreated gems is exceptionally rare and very expensive.

Beauty — the colorless beauty and inner fire of the diamond has made this precious gem prized for centuries. Each stone's complex characteristics cannot be duplicated, and no two diamonds can ever be the same. Each stone, like its owner, is endowed with a personality and character uniquely its own.
Durability — a diamond is the hardest substance known to man, making it resistant to deterioration. When cared for properly, diamond jewellery can be worn every day and passed on as an heirloom to the next generation.
Rarity — although new resources for diamonds are being explored and discovered, the supply of these gems remains limited. This is understandable once you learn that more than 250 tons of ore need to be blasted, crushed and processed to yield just one carat of rough diamond. Further, only 20 percent of all rough diamonds are suitable for gem cutting.
Enduring Value — like many precious products, diamond prices fluctuate. But it is important to know that these sparkling gemstones still retain value after years of being worn and enjoyed.

Jewellery is all about trust and we tell our customers the truth about diamond jewellery. For that, endorsement by a respected certification company is necessary. Shreeraj Jewellers takes the C's of diamonds to the next level moving from the four Cs to six Cs, also incorporating "certified" and "conflict free". This allows buyers to confidently compare Shreeraj Jewellers offerings with the best in the market. The IGI certificate we provide with each diamond is essentially a statement attesting to the authenticity of a diamond and provides a reliable and accurate report of its identity and grade through internationally recognized methods.
The grade or quality of a diamond is based on four characteristics commonly referred to as the 4Cs: the Carat weight, Color, Clarity, and Cut. These are analyzed and the results are recorded in the IGI Diamond Report.
Appraisers here are highly qualified gemologists who have years of experience in appraising, which allow IGI to maintain a high degree of professionalism and ethics, along with technical excellence.