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SOLD.....1.60ct G SI1 Pear Diamond R4782

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ITEM #: R4782

Pear Shape Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 1.60ct
SHAPE: Pear Brilliant
MEASUREMENTS: 10.56 x 6.32 x 3.83 mm
GIA REPORT #: 15797314

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1.60ct G SI1 Pear Shape Diamond

One thing I love about diamonds is that they simple in some regards. It is such a beautiful object, and we examine it very closely. Re-examined with our naked eyes, and we examine it using magnification, such as a jewelers loupe. As opposed to many other objects that we may possess or examine a diamond is simple because we see both the outside and the inside of it all at the same time.

Of course, given the scope of and value of diamonds far more thorough scientific examination is done at places like GIA. When GIA, is plotting the imperfections in the diamond, they have divided names for these imperfections. Such as Crystal, feather, and in this case, twining wisps. So what is the difference between a twining wisps and a feather? If either is wholly contained within this diamond, so that they pose no structural risk whatsoever, what is the difference?

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Going back to GIA clarity grading again, the reason that this diamond is SI1, is due to twining wisps and a small feather. These things combined have zero visual impact, naked eye. I've blown the muffin this photo, and you could probably spot them with the 10 power loop, but it's not easy. Now, let's compare this to another SI one that might have a black spot right in the middle of the diamond. That might be in SI one that has an imperfection visible to the naked eye.

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The thing I love about an SI one diamond, is the price. In that way, I am a realist. I will admit that I love to own flawless diamonds. However, I will also admit that if I need an anniversary gift and I want a big wallop, I'm going with a 3.00ct SI2 as compared to a 2ct VS2. Not to say do not respect the VS2 and what it is worth.

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Another reason I chose this diamond, is the "make" and the "model".

Make refers to the overall cut quality. This is a classic pair of brilliant. That is to say the facet pattern mimics that of a round brilliant cut diamond. This produces a lot of large white flashes coming off the diamond.

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Because a round diamond is round, and a pear shaped diamond is pear-shaped, not all the facets are the same shape. The larger, wider facets of the middle of the diamond give you larger, wider flashes of white. In a bad case, this can be known as a negative bow tie. In this case, when the diamond just flashes a lot of bright white. You do not really see it as a deficit in the middle of the diamond.

The great brilliance, is why I say the diamond is so well cut.

Then we have the model. When I referred to the model, I'm talking about the overall shape of the pear-shape. To some extent this is subjective. Some people like a shorter, fatter pear-shaped. Other people like a longer drawn out pear-shape.

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To my eye, this diamond has the perfect compromise between the two. It could easily be a two carat diamond based on size, appearance. The photos, and video are designed to give you the best possible idea of how this diamond looks. However, when it arrives. If you do not like it. There is no problem, we will take the diamond back.

You can also have us put this beautiful pear-shaped diamond into a halo ring, with a lifetime guarantee on the workmanship of the micro pavé – or any other type of ring you desire.

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The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond you will receive.