Carat Relates To Weight, Not Size.
One carat (1ct) equals 0.20 grams and is divided into 100 points, so a half-carat (0.50 carat) diamond is also known as a 50 points diamond. Two diamonds with the same carat weight can appear to be different sizes. The greater the diamond’s carat weight, the more rare it is. As a result, the value of a diamond increases disproportionately to its carat weight, excluding other quality factors.
For example, a one carat diamond costs more than twice the price of a half carat diamond. No diamond is valued on its carat weight alone – two diamonds of equal carat weight may be valued differently depending on their other characteristics.
Forevermark chooses diamonds based on their beauty, never compromising quality for carat size.