A CHEAP DIAMOND THAT STILL LOOKS GOOD

A CHEAP 1.00 CARAT DIAMOND THAT LOOKS GOOD AND SPARKLES

a cheap 1 carat diamond that still looks good

Cheap?

Yep! For a 1 carat, it’s DIRT CHEAP!

And by that, I mean $2520… Not entirely CHEAP, but for a stone that size, YES, it’s a low price!

But what makes this stone stand out, is not the price, it’s what the diamond looks like

Because the quality is LOW…

Low in just about every aspect, but yet, the diamond still looks good and sparkles!

Which is Amazing!

I went on a search for a low quality stone, bent on showing you what you SHOULD NOT BUY

And what I found, impressed me.

For it’s an I clarity diamond, the lowest category there is, but it’s not full of huge black spots (which I was so expecting and which is very normal in I clarity diamonds)… No, this diamond has many white inclusions that tend to blend in with the diamond. Even 10x magnified (with a Microscope or a 10x Jeweler’s Loupe), as you’ll see below, they still don’t stand out much. And without magnification, they’d all but disappear.

See this 1.00 Carat Diamond below:

a cheap 1 carat diamond that still looks good

But that’s not all…

Not only does it rate low in clarity, but the color is K… It’s a low color. Practically yellow…

And the funny thing is, it doesn’t appear yellow.

This diamond’s got a lot of BLING!

Which is crazy, because the cut is only “GOOD”… Not “Very Good”, or “Excellent”… Just GOOD! Middle of the road. The Polish is “Very Good“, but the Symmetry is “Good“…

AND… AND…

This diamond has a Medium Blue Fluorescence

And it still looks GOOD!

Good with tons of sparkles!

It really is hard to believe, but it just goes to show you that you can’t judge a stone by the grades only

YOU HAVE TO VIEW THE DIAMOND!

For each and every stone is unique unto nature. Everyone will face up different and react with light differently

Some stones, no matter what the quality is, just look better. And they can even look better than much higher quality stones.

This is a great diamond, for it’s a big stone, 1.00 carat on the dot…

And the price is right!

Seriously, for $2520, you can’t go wrong.

You get a big stone, save tons of money, and have a diamond that will look just as good as the ones selling for $6,000.

Pop this diamond into a halo mounting or pave mounting, and you have yourself one heck of an engagement ring!

Grab this 1.00 Carat Diamond NOW!

It won’t last long!

Cheers! :)






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