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1.23 Carat D Color VS2 Round Diamond

$9,753.00

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Product Details Diamond Certificate
Carat 1.23 Table 57.00
Color D Culet None
Clarity VS2 Depth 62.60
Cut Excellent Gridle Slightly Thick | Slightly Thick
Polish Excellent L/W 6.82|6.78|4.26
Symmetry Excellent Certificate GIA
Fluorescence None Certificate # 2223102088

Learn about your Diamond

The carat weight of a diamond is a measure of its weight, with one carat equaling 200 milligrams. The carat weight of a diamond is an important factor in determining its value, with larger diamonds typically being more valuable than smaller ones. However, the value of a diamond is also influenced by its other three Cs (color, clarity, and cut)

The color of a diamond refers to the presence or absence of color in a diamond.

A colorless diamond is considered to be the most valuable, while diamonds with a yellow or brown tint are less valuable.

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grades diamonds on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown), with each grade representing a different level of color.

The cut of a diamond is a measure of how well the diamond has been shaped and polished to maximize its brilliance and beauty.

Diamonds are graded on a scale from Poor to Excellent based on their cut quality, with some grading systems including additional grades such as Fair or Ideal.

The GIA Cut Grading Scale includes the following grades: Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good, and Excellent. A diamond's cut grade determines its proportions, symmetry, and polish, which are essential factors in determining its overall value and beauty.

The clarity of a diamond refers to the presence or absence of internal or external blemishes and inclusions in a diamond. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grades diamonds on a scale from Flawless (no inclusions or blemishes visible under 10x magnification) to Included (inclusions visible to the naked eye).