Really it is. Not only is it huge in carat weight, this princess cut diamond weighs 1.51 carats…
Just the fact that it’s princess cut (square) will make it look even bigger (much bigger than a round of the same carat weight).
That’s the awesome thing about princess cuts, they look enormous.
And this diamond is not only big, but the price is ultra-cheap for what you get.
It costs only $4,790
Take a peek…
SI2 clarity means:
It has small inclusions in the stone… But the great thing is, these imperfections are white (versus black carbon spots), so they’ll blend in with the stone and make them much harder to see. You’ll probably need a microscope or a 10x jeweler’s loupe
Most diamonds above 1 carat are lower in clarity because they are so rare. SI2 is a wonderful clarity that faces up well and makes the stone so affordable.
F in color:
F color is stunning. It’s a pure white diamond that lacks any color whatsoever. No yellow, no brown, no grey… Just a bright white that looks like a spotlight.
And the rest…
It has very good polish, very good symmetry, no fluorescence, and won’t last long.
Usually diamonds this size, that appear this well, sell within a day.
They fly off the shelves.
So if you’re thinking about a huge, huge diamond, that looks brilliant, pure-white, and cheap, this is your stone.
And if that’s sold already…
Author Richard Scott. Certified Diamontologist and Gemologist. 30 years of experience.
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