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1.50 Carat Diamond Ring

1.5 carat diamonds are quite large diamonds for an engagement ring and usually are the popular choice for customers wanting a big diamond but still at a reasonable budget. Typically such rings start from around $3,000 and can go up to $6,000 for a higher quality diamond Choose one of our unique ring designs below. You can expect your diamond to appear larger than our catalog pictures which are usually taken with smaller diamonds closer to a one ct.

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1.50 Carat Diamond Ring

The 1.50-carat diamond ring is one of the most popular engagement ring choices. But, carat is often a misunderstood term that refers to a gem's weight, not necessarily diamond size. For example, a 1.50 carat round cut diamond measures 7.4 mm while a princess cut stone of the same carat size measures 6.4 mm. When comparing 1.50-carat diamond rings, also consider a diamond's cut. A high-carat diamond with a lower cut grade may appear smaller than a diamond with lesser carat weight and a higher quality cut.

Also, keep in mind that a diamond will look larger on a smaller finger. A 1.50-carat diamond solitaire ring will cover more surface area on a size 4 finger than a size 9.

There are no definite answers on the cost of 1.50-carat diamond rings because it all comes down to the 4 Cs. If you are looking for a luxury ring, a design with D color and IF clarity diamonds are on the high end for quality. This type of 1.50-carat diamond ring will command a premium price due to the level of quality and rarity of the gem.
But, unless you have no budget restrictions and can easily afford such extravagant indulgences, purchasing a flawless D IF diamond engagement ring would be considered overkill.

For the most budget-conscious couples, there are many affordable 1.50-carat engagement ring options.

Tips for Buying 1.50 Carat Diamond Rings

• Never Buy Uncertified Diamond Jewelry: Having a diamond grading report by a reliable source like the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), ensures you are getting exactly what you purchased. If not, you are likely to wind up overpaying for a falsified diamond.
• The cut is Most Important: When buying a 1.50-carat diamond you must first understand how cut impacts the beauty of the ring most, even more than color or clarity. If a diamond has a poor cut with the best color and clarity, it will have significantly less sparkle than a well-cut Sl1 clarity diamond with H color.

A 1.50-carat diamond is a good engagement ring option. Brillianteers offers a wide range of diamond ring designs to suit every taste and budget. Each style has its own unique characteristics. Consider selecting a princess cut or round cut diamond for maximum brilliance.

Above are examples of our rings set with 1.50-carat diamonds.