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SOLD...Loose Red Diamond: Incredibly rare Fancy Purplish RED Radiant Diamond GIA R4300

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ITEM #: R4300
Radiant Cut Diamond, Loose

WEIGHT: 0.27ct
SHAPE: Radiant Cut
COLOR: Fancy Purplish Red
MEASUREMENTS: 4.08 x 3.57 x 2.27 mm
GIA COLOR REPORT #: 1122694086

GIA certificate for red diamond

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?

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Nope, it's not a ruby- it's a red diamond!

Rare as chicken's tooth, here's a Natural Fancy Purplish Red Diamond. The purple aspect does make it more..... affordable, if that's the right word to use for a red diamond of this price.

A "Fancy Red" GIA graded diamond of this size could fetch another $50k

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Although the color is incredibly deep, the grade is 'Fancy"- as opposed to Fancy Intense, Fancy Vivid, or Fancy Deep- that's because red- and purplish red are so rare, they get their own category.

If you think about it, lighter shades of ring would have to be pink - so to get "red" from GIA- it's already gone "past pink"

Also amazing is how a stone with such depth of color can have so much brilliance.

In the photo below you can see the imperfection causing us to grade the diamond I1- top left side, a feather

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NOTE- on this stone we are acting as a broker. Availability is limited. Interested parties please call

A Red Diamond Ring?

Needless to say, we would love to work together to design a unique item for this diamond- or we'll be happy to ship it loose

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

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