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SOLD....Loose Diamond: 1.26 Fancy Orange Brown Cushion VVS2 Coool color R2649

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1.26 Cushion Cut Diamond
Fancy Orange-Brown/VVS2
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ItemR2649
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Orange is such a lovely color. In nature, orange things that come to mind might be......Tiger Lilies- or an actual Tiger. Even closer. That's the orange I'd like you to picture.

The brown component? How about the back of a brown horse. Rich brown.

Can you picture that?

Combine the tiger, and the horse, and you have this diamond!

There's elements of both colors. Sometimes it's a coppery glowing orange- other times a deeper brownish shade

In terms of the cut- think antique cushion with a lot of sparkle.

A VVS2- Graded by GIA? Nothing to talk about in terms of clarity- this one's a clean puppy!

ITEM #: R2649
Cushion Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 1.26ct
SHAPE: Cushion Cut
COLOR: Fancy Brown-Orange
CLARITY: VVS2
MEASUREMENTS: 6.28 x 5.97 x 3.95 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 66.2%
TABLE SIZE: 0.58%
POLISH: VG
SYMMETRY: G
FLUORESCENCE: FAINT
GIA REPORT #: 16760923

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