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How much will my new diamond appraise for?
D Internally Flawless. The
Ultimate in diamond grades. Thankfully, there's plenty of intrinsic qualities
you won't need a GIA report to see that are present in this example. This
diamond is accompanied by GIA's Diamond Dossier. This service includes a laser
inscription microscopically engraved on the girdle of the diamond.
In terms of cut, it's also got
a lot of great aspects, in my opinion. Actually, this diamond was
classified as a "Square Emerald Cut" which is common for stones called "Asscher
There's a lot of "steps"
you'll see looking at well cut Asscher Cut Diamonds. This is caused by the
facets running around the diamond. Some of these steps are cut into the top of
the diamond- others on the bottom.
The ones cut on the bottom
reflect upwards creating somewhat of an optical illusion. It's hard to tell
sometimes, if you're seeing steps on the top or bottom.
Traditionally the steps on top
of the diamond lead to a slightly smaller "table ( the flat part on top of a
diamond). This one has a slightly larger table, allowing a a gorgeous step
pattern- while utilizing the rough to polish at 59% depth. This is a low number,
by traditional standards. Low depth is good, in this case, as you end up with a
.84ct that spreads like a 1.00ct. I'm also impressed with the glitter and life
the stone possesses.
Clearly, if one was
looking for the more traditional type of stone, that's the way to go.
But if one did like things
that had unique intrinsic beauty, as well as the GIA D/ Internally Flawless
grade, this might be a great choice.
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