If you want a really Good Deal on a Diamond.
This is it!
Let’s take a closer look at the specs…
The Clarity is SI2 Clarity
SI2 means that there are Flaws in the Diamond that can be easily seen under a 10x Magnification (with a Jeweler’s Loupe or a Microscope), BUT to the naked eye, looking straight down into the Diamond you won’t see any Imperfections or Inclusions.
In an SI2, you should only be able to see any small flaws from the side view – literally turning the Diamond sideways and looking straight into the side.
Take a peek at this Wonderful Diamond…
Specifications for Item #: 1358515
|Shape: Round||Carat weight: .70|
|Cut: Good||Color: I|
|Clarity: SI2||Certificate: GIA|
|Depth: 63.7%||Table: 59.0%|
|Polish: Very Good||Symmetry: Very Good|
|Girdle: Thick to Very Thick||Culet: None|
|Fluorescence: None||Measurements: 5.58*5.55*3.54|
The Color is an I Color Diamond. I Color is about halfway in the Near Colorless Range. What this means is that you shouldn’t see any Yellow, Brown or Gray in the Diamond. It will pretty much look White.
Most people can’t see any Color in a Diamond until the Diamond Color gets down around K, L Color. That’s when Color gets more apparent. So to the naked eye, this Diamond will look White.
The Carat Weight is .70 Carats (70 points), which is Awesome because it will still look like a 3/4 Carat Diamond, you just don’t Pay the Price for one. Any Diamond 3/4 Carat or bigger is going to look Large on her Finger.
This Diamond is GIA Certified, which really is the BEST in the industry. It has “Very Good” Polish and Symmetry and NO Fluorescence, which is great because it won’t have that Weird Foggy Look to it like a lot of affordable stones do.
All in all, $2110 for a Diamond this size is a STEAL. My Recommendation, grab it up before someone else does.
|CARAT WEIGHT, CLARITY, COLOR, CUT, CERTIFIED||PRICE||VIEW|
|.70, SI2, I, GOOD, GIA||$2,110||VIEW|
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