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SOLD... Loose Diamond: 1.05ct Emerald cut GIA I/VVS2 R711

ITEM #: R7111
Emerald Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 1.05ct
SHAPE: Emerald Cut
MEASUREMENTS: 6.49 x 4.99 x 3.55 mm
GIA REPORT #: 5101378926

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

This is a beatuiful emerald cut diamond. It has a fantastic rectangular shape with perfectly proportioned cut corners. The cut is wonderful - beautiful "hall of mirrors" look with bold flashes of light.

The color on this stone has been graded "I" by GIA - a very bright stone. The clarity is a very clean VVS2.

This stone will look amazing set!
If you are interested in this stone, give us a call. You will be purchasing with a money back guarantee, so you are sure to end up satisfied!

The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the diamond you will receive.



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

You can also pick from any of the rings on the site- we'll replicate the setting for the stone you purchase

Or, if you want a three stone ring, you will approve the design, and side stone selection.

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


Of equal import to the beauty of our diamonds is the quality of our reputation. You can buy diamonds from an honest seller, right here on eBay. We respect EVERY we person we do business with- including our suppliers, and eBay- especially eBay. Here's what we NEVER do:

1) We NEVER  list items for $1 just to pull them at the last moment- or use alternate identities to protect prices. You've got to ask yourself- if a jewelry company has a 25 carat diamond necklace would they actually risk it in a $1 no reserve auction without some way to get out if they don't like the price?

2) If a diamond we carry has a lab report, it's going to be a GIA report.  We do not use the term certified, as GIA does not like the use of this term with regard to the document they produce. They are very efficient at grading diamonds, and that is what they do. The term "certify" has legal implications that do not apply to the grading of a diamond.


How is the way we sell different?

What you see when you look at Diamonds by Lauren you'll see actual photos of actual diamonds we possess.

We could sell our diamonds to jewelry stores.

Instead we offer them to folks like you.

We're completely the opposite of someone selling with a list. We select our diamonds one by one. We buy them from the people that cut them.