carat count

carat count

[′kar·ət ‚kau̇nt]
(lapidary)
The number of near-equal-size diamonds having a total weight of 1 carat.
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The government has indicated that it is planning to make hallmarking along with carat count mandatory for the gold jewellery sold in the country from January.
The funky, fashion-forward necklaces are relatively inexpensive - $600 for five carats, more depending on your carat count.
The carat count made for these Blackwall Zone intercepts was accomplished by optically sorting and segregating emerald crystals and crystal fragments from the core in 10 centimetre increments over a series of crushing steps.