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SOLD.....Loose Diamond: 1.91ct Fancy Yellow SI1 GIA Circle in a a Square Radiant Diamond R3168

Original GIA Diamond Report, and our company's comprehensive appraisal included. Click the thumbnail on the left for a large image


1.91ct Fancy Yellow Radiant Cut Diamond
GIA Report

ITEM #: R3168
Radiant Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 1.91ct
SHAPE: Radiant Cut
COLOR: Fancy Yellow
MEASUREMENTS: 7.00 x 6.97 x 4.39 mm
GIA REPORT #: 2105269194

Original GIA Report ships with diamond.  We also include our comprehensive appraisal for identification or insurance purposes. How much will my new diamond appraise for?


Square Radiant with a beautiful and unusual cut.

The stone has broad corners- it's almost octagonal. Then you have the table ( the flat part in the middle) which is almost circular. It's not actually round- the facets that define the table are all straight. But it almost looks like a circle in an octagon.

The color is a lovely lemon yellow shade. Close to intense yellow for sure.

GIA Graded the diamond SI1- it is eye clean in person.

Please consider us at your disposal. The entire resource of our factories, well trained in the manufacture of jewelry for fancy colored diamonds.



 Yellows like this one look even more yellow once we set them.

Setting the diamond properly will give the yellow a "kick"


This diamond is sold loose, but we would be delighted to help you design and manufacture a fabulous setting for it.

You will approve the design, and side stone selection.

When we need to find side stones, we have an extensive selection to choose from.


The entire resources of our factories, well trained in the manufacture of jewelry for fancy colored diamonds, are at your disposal. Matching side stones and designing settings for vivid yellows is an art that we have mastered.


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