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1.16 Ct Diamond (Round)


1.25 Ct Diamond (Round)

6.82×6.85 mm 7×7 mm
actual size
Actual size of 1.16ct Diamond   Actual size of 1.25ct Diamond
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Ring: Skin tone:
Ring width: 3.0 mm
Left finger image
Ring on left finger
White 1.16ct Diamond on a ring
64 mm
Right finger image
Ring on a right finger
White 1.25ct Diamond on a ring
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Skin tone
Ring diameter
16.9 mm
Ring width
3.0 mm
Finger length
64 mm
Ring diameter: 16.9 mm
Actual sizes of 1.16ct Diamond Round (6.82×6.85mm, White) and 1.25ct Diamond Round (7×7mm, White) as they would appear on a ring and finger. Adjust the ring and finger size to get an idea of how these gemstones would look on your finger.

Where to buy?

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Face-up Size

The face-up size depends on the shape of the gem, its weight and the proportions of the cut. Face-up area is a measure of the size of the gem when viewed from above (as set in a ring). It tells you how big the gem is at the girdle plane.

1.16 Ct Diamond (Round) 1.25 Ct Diamond (Round)
6.82×6.85 mm vs 7×7 mm
36.69 mm²   38.48 mm²
Face-up size outline
Face-up size outline
1.16ct Diamond Round (6.82×6.85mm)
1.25ct Diamond Round (7×7mm)
Difference: 5% (1.79 mm²)
1.25ct Diamond Round (7×7mm) has approx. 5% more face-up area than 1.16ct Diamond Round (6.82×6.85mm).

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