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SOLD.....Loose Diamond: .59carat Fancy Light Yellow VS1 Radiant R1791

Item #R1791

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.59carat Fancy Light Yellow VS1 Radiant Diamond Ring
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ITEM #R1791

Many moons ago, my darling little girl sent me on somewhat of a wild goose chase with one of my gemstones - she swallowed it.  The following 3 days could hardly be described as some of the more joyous of my life.  Smelliest, yes.  Joyous, no.

This stone could easily trigger a repeat performance - it looks good enough to eat.  Like a piece of lemon ice on a hot summers day.  I don't think David would want it back after a trip through a first grader's intestinal tract.  We really mean it when we say that DBL doesn't stock, caca.

The color has been graded by GIA as 'Fancy Light Yellow' and you can see from the pics that she looks like crushed frozen lemonade - yum!  She faces up a good size for her weight of .59ct and with a clarity of VS1 and a beautiful cut, this diamond is edge-to-edge sparkle. 

All this for a price very similar to the price your local jeweler must pay for such a ring-if he can find it!

Now that it is set, it will knock your socks off!

* Disclaimer: DBL will not be held financially responsible for damage to socks, loss of socks or accidents caused by flying socks. *

By the way, this is not David.  Just call me DJ (DiamondJunkie, that's my moniker on the forum about diamonds, which I moderate and post on post on).  I'm enjoying waxing lyrical about my sparkly passion.  I have had the privilege of being a Diamonds by Lauren (DBL)  customer for the last few years.  Why choose DBL?  Well, for me I loved the fact that DBL list their items with actual photos AND that I could call David and have him discuss the stone with me while he held it in his hand.  I can say from experience that his expert eye has never let me down.  I am now proud to be on board and writing about such beautiful diamonds.

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ITEM #: R1791
14Karat Yellow Gold Diamond Ring

WEIGHT: 0.59ct
SHAPE: Radiant Cut
COLOR: Fancy Light Yellow
MEASUREMENTS: 4.94 x 4.32 x 2.90 mm
GIA COLOR REPORT #: 15177619

14Karat Yellow Gold

Currently sized at: 6.75
We will ship the ring in your size.

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Lab Report Original GIA Color Origin Report included- as well as our appraisal for identification or insurance purposes. How much will my new diamond appraise for?


More on this Fancy Light Yellow Gem


VS1- This diamond has GIA's "Color Origin" report.  This type of GIA report describes the diamond's measurements, cutting style (shape), and color.  Because a fancy colored diamond's color is paramount, the "Color Origin" does not mention clarity.  GIA also issues Full Reports for Fancy Colored Diamonds.  We've given this diamond a strict grade of VS1.



Cut for great brilliance.  The diamond has 67.1% depth which means it faces up a nice size for its weight.



The color is rated by GIA as "Fancy Light Yellow". Many people refer to diamonds with this much yellow as "Canary"



The diamond weighs .59carats - a nice chunk over 1/2ct.


This is a lovely 14 carat yellow gold solitaire diamond ring. It's a simple design, yet so elegant. The prongs are totally solid, this is a ring built for daily wear. The yellow Gold does a great job of accentuating the diamond's natural yellow color.



It does not matter if the piece sells for $1500, or $150,000, we make sure the setting work, and polishing are impeccable.


I truly hope that we can do business together. It will be our goal to become your jeweler for the long run.


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