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SOLD.....Loose Diamond: 1.07 F/VS2 GIA Emerald Cut Diamond R1962

Loose Diamond:1.07ct GIA Emerald Cut Diamond
Color/Clarity: F/VS2
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1.07carat F/VS2 Emerald Cut Diamond
GIA report
ITEM #R1962

Here's the most elegant example of why you can't judge a diamond by it's "numbers".

For example- if you read a guide devoted on how to buy diamonds by the numbers, it would give you parameter. The depth must be between such and such a number, it's table likewise

This one falls outside any guide you might read- big freaking deal- the diamond did not read the "guide". For one thing, this diamond is shallow if you take the average emerald cut diamond which might have a 60-75% depth. This remarkable diamond goes against that with a depth of a mere 50.8%!

The great thing about that is that it means the diamond can easily be mistaken for a carat and a half. Now, if one could cut a diamond like that, and have it look amazing at the same time? Sounds like a win-win to me.

Of course there are ugly diamonds with 50% depth. Just like there are ugly guys that are 6'2" 195 lbs. Measurements tell you only so much.

Here- have a look at the stone in motion



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ITEM #: R1962
Emerald Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 1.07ct
SHAPE: Emerald Cut
MEASUREMENTS: 6.94 x 5.89 x 2.99 mm
GIA REPORT #: 11376137

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Lab Report Original GIA report ships with diamond. We also include our comprehensive appraisal for identification or insurance purposes.


More on this Emerald Cut Diamond


A very nice VS2- the speck is in a place you'll never be able to see it without some sort of magnification




GIA calls a diamond F color, you know it's colorless



As noted earlier- the cut is remarkably good. Distinctive. It reminds me of an Asscher in some ways. I never get tired of looking at it.



We use the best setters in New York City- I would compare our work to the best setters anywhere in the World.

Here's the type of heavy shank typical of our rings.

If you'd like the diamond set we have three lovely choices for $150

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