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6.08ct Light Pink VVS1 Cushion Cut Diamond Halo Ring
Don't you hate it when sites make you call for a price?
We won't waste your time like that. Now, you might think more than half a million bucks is a lot of money for a ring- and you would be right. However, when you consider that if this diamond was a Fancy Pink, it could easily be more than 2 million, this might just be a bargain.
GIA graded the stone "Light Pink". In person, there is no doubt you're wearing a pink diamond and the color is sublime. It is light pink and what's wrong with that? Its one of the loveliest shades, and luckily, cost a lot less than the darker ones.
Then we have the fact that the stone is just shy of flawless, at VVS1 - remarkable clarity. (Unfortunately an overly enthusiastic lady in the office was not able to NOT put on the ring before photography, so there are a few smudges on the stone I can see in the pictures - you know who you are)
Did I mention the excellent cut? Excellent cut, there you go. Seriously, if you look around the internet at sites selling diamonds, you will see all kinds of cut grades. Just like driving through a cow pasture, you see all kinds of bullpoop. These "secret" cut grades are quite misleading.
I would call the cut of this cushion Excellent- but instead of telling you it is a secret, I will explain why. First of all, it's cut as you want a fancy color cut - that means a lot of sparkle. As opposed to the way you can focus in on the bottom of a round brilliant, when looking through the table, you cannot focus on the bottom of this diamond. Therefore your eyes perceive it as a bottomless pit of sparkle. It's mostly even tiny sparkles - but there are a few larger shards of light as well. I cannot stop looking at it. OK, I have to look at the keyboard from time to time.
Back to the Excellent cut. We have a depth of 64.7%. In this case, it is responsible for a very respectable surface area for a 6ct. It is big. The small table, at 63%, means the crown of the diamond is pretty generous. It all works so well together.
Then we have the remarkable Uber Ring. I am so proud of this work. There is a teeny tiny row of micro pave hogging that massive cushion. That is surrounded by eight oval diamonds at the outside edge, These stones had to be picked to have the perfect profile, and LxW measurements to form a perfect ring around the pink cushion. The common prongs make it look almost like a ribbon of diamond.
To call this piece drop dead gorgeous is a glaring understatement.
The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond ring you will receive.
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