What Does CTW Stand for in Diamonds?


CTW stands for Carats Total Weight, in relation to diamonds. A carat is about 0.199977536 grams. A ring could be five carats if it has other gemstones in addition to diamonds. It is good to note that as the stone sizes increase, the price per carat of diamonds jumps exponentially.
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Carats refer to the weight of gemstones. Karat refers to the gold content of gold alloys. CTW refers to the weight of all the individual stones in a setting. A setting comprised of
CTW stands for Carats Total Weight. A carat is .007054 oz. 1-carat diamond of fine quality might be valued at $25,000 or more as of August 2009.
ctw is usually an abbreviation for 'carat total weight', which would be the total weight in carats of all diamonds in a piece of jewelry. A ring with one solitaire diamond might be
Carat Total Weight probably. It is an abbreviation I do not use. A carat is defined as a weight already. Carat : the international unit of measurement for gem weight. One carat equals
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In the world of diamonds ctw means carat total weight. In other words the total number of carats or weight of the particular diamond. It is sometimes called tcw which means kinda the same thing.
In relation to diamonds, CTW stands for Carats Total Weight. It refers to the total weight of all stones in a setting, not just one individual stone.
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