Very Light Green/VS1 Pear Shape Diamond
ITEM #: R3020
Pear Shape Diamond, Loose
SHAPE: Pear Shape
COLOR: Very Light Green
MEASUREMENTS: 9.16 x 6.05 x 3.71 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 61.3%
TABLE SIZE: 56%
FLUORESCENCE: MEDIUM YELLOW
GIA REPORT #: 16773803
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Actual photos and Videos
of the Diamond we are offering.
When I first
saw this diamond, I went "Gosh Golly gee, A blue diamond!"
Ok, that's a
I went "HOLY
S*IT. LOOK AT THAT LIGHT BLUE DIAMOND!"
I mean, the
color is soft and subtle, but I picked it up immediately.
surprised to learn that the diamond was actually "Very Light Green" ( It still
looks light blue to me)
talking about the rarest color in diamonds, it would be red.
Green is not
far behind as one of the rarest colors. GIA performs a battery of tests
specifically to determine the origin of green in diamonds.
The stone is an eye magnet.
Even from across the room, it's incredibly bright. Even in the dimmest of
lighting- almost unnaturally so. The stone is simply remarkable.
The cut is also spectacular-
if you love a pear shape. It's totally organic- like a teardrop. it's got nice
size for it's weight- it's going to get noticed. There's something about this
The stone is a VS1- of
course it's totally eye clean.
As you can see in the
photos- this color is quite complex and shows different hues in different
In the photos, as in real
life, the blue-green is more evident in some lights compared to others. The
Medium Yellow Fluorescence is interesting- but completely unnoticeable unless
the stone is in the dark, and exposed to UV.
Here's how we may set this beauty:
As we can see, the pink and blue/green seem
to bring out the best in each other.
The side diamonds are
R2985 ( the pink side
diamonds are not included in the price of this item)
A note about photographing diamonds:
The main goal we have is to most
realistically represent the diamonds we are selling. In the case of Natural
Fancy Colored Diamonds, they have different appearances based on the light
source. You may notice that the diamond looks darker in some of the photos,
and lighter in others. It is this way in real life as well. We choose the
photos ( which are not retouched in any way for color) that most realistically
represent the lightest and darkest face of the diamond.
The Diamond is offered loose