@gqsanna16 asked 1 month ago.

What is 1/10 ct tw diamond mean?

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@James answered 1 month ago.

A diamond's total carat weight is calculated by adding up the weight of all the individual stones in the setting. For example, a 1/5 ct tw diamond ring contains five individual stones that weigh 1/10 ct each for a total carat weight of 1/5 ct.

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@Carlton answered 1 month ago.

A diamond is measured by the metric system in carats, which is divided into 100 units called points. A carat is divided into 100 units called points. One point is divided into 10 units called decimals, making a point equal to 0.01 ct. A 1/10 ct diamond is equal to 0.

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@Melissa answered 1 month ago.

1/10 ct tw diamond is a diamond that weighs 1/10th of a carat (0.10 carats), which means it weighs either 0.10 or 0.09 carats.

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@Roshan answered 1 month ago.

It refers to the total weight of the small diamonds in the ring. In this way, you can have a total diamond weight (TW.) of 1 carat (ct.) and 75 cents

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