DIAMOND CARAT WEIGHT
Carat weight is the most easy to comprehend among the 4C's. Ct is the estimation unit of the diamond. Jewelers refer to the carat weight of diamond as points. One point reciprocals to .01 Ct or 1/100 Ct. Carat of a diamond is a measure of the weight of the loose diamond. It is a unit of weight, not size.
1 carat = 200 milligrams. A carat is divided into 100 points.
1 carat = 100 points
Below diamond carat size chart will help you to determine the average size.
Diamond price will increase with diamond carat weight because larger diamonds are rare and extra desirable. But two diamonds of equal carat weight can have very one of a kind values (prices) relying on three different factors of the diamond Cs: Color, Clarity, and Cut.
In diamond pieces with more than one diamond, the consolidated absolute weight of jewels in the piece are referenced as the complete Total carat weight (t.c.w.) represents the total weight of all diamonds in a piece of jewelry. Solitaire Diamonds are mostly quoted in (t.c.w.)