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SOLD....Loose Diamond: 4.22ct K/VS1 Emerald Cut DIamond GIA Amazing cut R3134

Original GIA report, and our company's comprehensive appraisal included.


4.22ct K/VS1 Emerald Cut Diamond

GIA Report

ITEM #R3134

ITEM #: R3134
Emerald Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 4.22ct
SHAPE: Emerald Cut
MEASUREMENTS: 10.87 x 8.56 x 5.40 mm
GIA REPORT #: 1102448139

 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?



If you research diamonds on the internet, you're bound to learn all kinds of interesting facts.

Many of them will be untrue, if that matters...

For example, I've read how larger stones show more color than smaller ones. They may also say that step cuts show more color than rounds

The proponents of these theories may even "scientific" reasons why.  Right. And bulls have large...horns.

This stone is a perfect "foil" to that argument. It's quite large, it's a step cut, and it's K color.

As a trained diamond grader, I can see the color in the stone- even in some of these photos. BUT, I don't  find it bothersome- a personal thing. I see it as more of a warmth to the color. Not necessarily a negative thing. Make no mistake, put this next to a  D color emerald cut, and you WILL see the difference. But it's a subtle thing.

The photo below shows the warmth.

You can notice the warmth in the next few photos as well.

The amazing thing about an emerald cut like this one is that they manage to look very "cool white' as well. Also amazing that the warmth entitles you to a hefty 60% discount over a G color. Yup. Less than half the price of a G.

I so much love the cut of this diamond. Again, internet research will lead you to many conclusions that I have found to be patently false. There are charts giving the "ideal" depth and table- yet in real life many of the stones downgraded are phenomenal- really well cut. Plus, other stones that fall within the "ideal" or "AAA" cut grade are not as attractive to many viewers. Bottom line is that you need to visually assess the diamond. These photos give you the main ingredients- once you buy the diamond, with our 7 day money back guarantee- and you actually hold it- you'll find the photos inadequate.

Its way nicer in person.



This stone falls into the "Ideal" category on the lists, but that's still no reason to endorse them. other stones having identical Table and Depth mill look totally different. Even if a stone is the same length and width, the corners have tremendous influence on the overall personality of the stone. I'm drooling over the corners on this one......




It's a very good VS1 diamond. It will take a trained grader a few moments to find the imperfection with a loupe.

It could have easily been graded VVS2. Totally eye clean- sorry about the photos that may have a little dust.



Photographing diamonds is a difficult task. Our goal is always the same- shoot and publish photos that most accurately represent the diamond.

Photos are good, yet they must be seen in context. We do this by publishing many photos. Color representation, for example, requires several photos. In many cases we also provide a video for further comparison. After hearing the reactions of many thousands of folks who have purchased based on the photos- they give you a very good idea what you'll see when you open the box.



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