Diamond Grillz

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Diamond grillz stand as an enduring emblem within the realms of both hip hop culture and the fashion industry. Prevalently embraced, the quintessential diamond grillz selections feature spherical gemstones meticulously adorned across the tooth's expanse, culminating in a resplendent array of fully crystallized grillz. Within the domain of Rhino Grillz, our distinction emanates from our elevated echelon as a purveyor of opulence, wherein solely the paramount materials grace our meticulous production regimen. Collaborating seamlessly with a venerable third-party appraiser of illustrious repute, each of our exquisite grillz attains the seal of authenticity, further reaffirming our unwavering commitment to uncompromised excellence.


When picking a diamond grillz, there are two things you have to think about. The first is the type of grillz you want, you have three features - the type of grillz, the pattern on the grillz, the metal of the grillz and the color of the metal.
  1. The Type of Grillz (Solid, Open Face, Drip, Bar or Fangs)
  2. The Pattern on the Grillz (Solid, Deep Cut, Diamond Dust, Diamond Cut, Nugget Cut, Princess Cut, Trillion Cut).
  3. The Metal of the Grillz - Silver or Gold.
  4. The Color of the Metal - Rose, White or Yellow.


Diamond for your grillz consists of three characteristics.  There are the 4C - color, carat, clarity, and cut.

The diamond that comes with our grillz, comes in four colors - white, blue, yellow, and black.

White diamonds, often simply referred to as "diamonds," are the most well-known and widely recognized type of diamond. They are prized for their exceptional brilliance, fire, and overall beauty. White diamonds are valued for their lack of color, appearing colorless or nearly colorless in their purest form. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grades white diamonds on a color scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown).

Blue diamonds can be found in various sizes and cuts, and they are often used in high-end jewelry pieces, including rings, necklaces, and earrings. The Hope Diamond, one of the most famous gemstones in the world, is a notable example of a large and historic blue diamond. It's worth noting that blue diamonds, like other colored diamonds, can also be treated or enhanced to modify or intensify their color. However, naturally occurring blue diamonds are especially rare and hold significant value in the world of gemstones and jewelry

Yellow diamonds, also known as "canary diamonds," are a type of colored diamond that possess a vibrant yellow hue. These diamonds are naturally occurring and derive their color from the presence of nitrogen atoms within their crystal lattice structure. The specific arrangement of these nitrogen atoms and how they interact with light give yellow diamonds their distinct color.

Black diamonds, also known as "carbonados," are a unique and intriguing type of diamond that differ from traditional colorless and colored diamonds. Unlike other diamonds, which derive their color from trace elements or structural defects, black diamonds have a distinct opaque black or dark gray color due to numerous dark inclusions, mainly graphite, present within their crystal structure. The exact origin of black diamonds is still debated among scientists, but they are thought to have formed in a different manner compared to traditional diamonds. Some theories suggest that black diamonds could have originated from impact events or supernovae explosions that subjected them to unique conditions during their formation.


A Diamond carat is a metric used to measure the weight of a diamond. It is one of the Four Cs of diamond grading, which are the main factors used to assess the quality and value of a diamond. Carat weight is often abbreviated as "ct" and is a fundamental consideration when evaluating and comparing diamonds.  One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 grams.

It's important to note that carat weight is not the same as diamond size. While carat weight does influence a diamond's size to some extent, other factors such as cut, shape, and proportions also play a role in determining how large the diamond appears.


The clarity of a diamond refers to the presence and visibility of internal characteristics (inclusions) and external imperfections (blemishes) within the diamond. Clarity is one of the Four Cs of diamond grading, along with carat weight, color, and cut. Clarity is an important factor because it affects a diamond's overall appearance, brilliance, and value.

Diamond clarity is graded on a scale developed by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) that ranges from "Flawless" (no inclusions or blemishes visible under 10x magnification) to "Included" (inclusions and blemishes are easily visible to the naked eye). Here are the main clarity grades, from highest to lowest:

  1. Flawless (FL): No internal or external imperfections are visible under 10x magnification. Extremely rare and highly valuable.
  2. Internally Flawless (IF): No internal inclusions, but minor external blemishes might be visible under 10x magnification. Also very rare and valuable.
  3. Very, Very Slightly Included (VVs): Inclusions are extremely difficult to see under 10x magnification and are typically only visible to trained professionals using specialized equipment.
  4. Very Slightly Included (Vs): Inclusions are visible under 10x magnification but are relatively minor and do not significantly affect the diamond's appearance or brilliance. Often a great balance of value and quality.
  5. Slightly Included (SI): Inclusions are more noticeable under 10x magnification and might be visible to the naked eye in some cases. However, diamonds in this range can still offer good value and can appear eye-clean (no visible inclusions) to the naked eye.
  6. Included (I): Inclusions are visible to the naked eye and can impact the diamond's transparency and brilliance. Diamonds in this range are typically less valuable and may be chosen for their size or unique appearance rather than their clarity.


We sell three different cuts of diamonds, Round, Princess Cut, and Baguette

Round diamonds, often referred to simply as "round cuts" or "round brilliants," are a classic and popular diamond shape that is widely recognized for its timeless elegance and exceptional sparkle. The round diamond is characterized by its circular outline and a specific faceting pattern that maximizes the diamond's brilliance and fire.

Round diamonds are renowned for their brilliant-cut faceting style, which includes a large number of facets that are strategically arranged to reflect and refract light in a way that produces a dazzling play of colors and sparkle. This brilliant-cut pattern consists of a flat top called the table, a cone-like area called the crown, and a lower portion called the pavilion. The pointed bottom, or culet, completes the diamond's appearance.

"Princess cut" refers to a specific type of diamond cut that is commonly used for engagement rings and other fine jewelry. The princess cut is known for its square or rectangular shape with pointed corners and a brilliant faceting pattern, which gives the diamond exceptional sparkle and brilliance. Princess cut diamonds are typically square in shape, but they can also be slightly rectangular. The number of facets in a princess cut diamond can vary, but it usually has a square or rectangular table (the flat top surface) and a series of smaller facets arranged below it. This faceting pattern enhances the diamond's ability to reflect and refract light, creating a dazzling display of sparkle and fire.

Baguette diamonds are a distinctive and elegant type of diamond cut that is characterized by its elongated, rectangular shape with step-like facets. The name "baguette" is derived from the French word for "stick" or "rod," which aptly describes the diamond's shape. Baguette diamonds are often used as side stones or accents in jewelry designs, where their clean lines and geometric form add a touch of sophistication and complement other diamond shapes.

If you are interested in other cuts besides the three above cuts, please email us at support@rhinogrillz.com


Are diamonds on are custom grillz set in two patterns, straight and zig-zag.


Here is a rough guide on how much our diamond grillz costs.  

Color Gold Clarity Cut Cost (per Tooth)
White 10K I Round US$265
White 10K Si Round US$320
10K Vs Round US$380
White 10K VVs Round US$530
Blue 10K Si Round US$370
Blue 10K Vs Round US$530
Yellow 10K Si Round US$265
Yellow 10K Vs Round US$320
Black 10K I Round US$200
Black 10K SI Round US$265
Black 10K Vs Round US$380

Example. Four tooth 10K Gold Grillz with 4 Ice-Out Teeth Using 4 Vs Round Diamonds Cost
4 Teeth 10K Gold Grillz US$240
4 Ice Out Teeth With 10 Carat Round Diamonds US$1600