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Lab Created 0.31 Carat K-VS1 Excellent Emerald Cut Diamond
Style# 192879_DF
  • Emerald
  • Emerald
  • Emerald
  • GIA

Lab Created 0.31 Carat K-VS1 Excellent Emerald Cut Diamond

Style# 192879_DF
$933 34% OFF
$622

Wire Transfer Price - $613 (1.5% Discount)
Diamond DETAILS
This certified Emerald loose diamond is of 0.31-carat, Excellent-cut, K color, and VS1 clarity. This Lab created diamond is certified by GCAL.
Style Number 192879_DF
Shape
Shape

The shape refers to the actual outline of the diamond. Diamond shapes include Round, Princess, Emerald, Asscher, Marquise, Oval, Radiant, Pear, Heart, and Cushion.

Emerald
Carat Weight
Carat Weight

This refers to the measurement of a diamond’s actual weight on a scale. Usually the higher the carat weight, the larger the diamond would be, although the cut of a diamond also has an impact on its size.

Carat weight, combined with a diamonds Color, Clarity, and Cut Grade, determine the diamonds value. Learn More

0.31
Color
Diamond Color
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K-M
  • N-Z
  • Completely Colorless. The highest color grade possible. Extremely rare and valuable.

  • Colorless. Minuscule traces of color can be detected under a microscope. Rare.

  • Colorless. Minuscule traces of color can be detected under a microscope. Rare.

  • Near Colorless. Color difficult to detect unless a side-by-side comparison is done against diamonds with better grades. Exceptional value

  • Near Colorless. Color difficult to detect unless a side-by-side comparison is done against diamonds with better grades. Exceptional value

  • Near Colorless. There may be a slightly detectable warmth or tone. An excellent value.

  • Near Colorless. There may be a slightly detectable warmth or tone. An excellent value.

  • Noticeable color. May have slight hints of yellow or brown. Not recommended for diamond engagement rings, and large sized diamonds.

  • Light Yellow or brownish tint. Tint visible to the naked eye, even when mounted.

K
Clarity
Diamond Clarity
  • IF
  • VVS1
  • VVS2
  • VS1
  • VS2
  • SI1
  • SI2
  • SI3
  • No inclusions and only blemishes are visible under 10x magnification. Very rare.

  • Inclusions are difficult to see under 10x magnifications by skilled graders. Highly sought after.

  • Inclusions are difficult to see under 10x magnifications by skilled graders. Highly sought after.

  • Slightly Included (SI1 & SI2)

  • Slightly Included (SI1 & SI2)

  • Inclusions are obvious and may affect transparency and brilliance.

  • Inclusions are obvious and may affect transparency and brilliance.

  • Inclusions are obvious and may affect transparency and brilliance.

VS1
Graded By GCAL
Cut Grade
Diamond Cut
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very Good
  • Excellent
  • Ideal
  • Great value for a great price

  • Minor variation with a very good diamond reflects a lot of light

  • variation mostly detectable via computer

  • Variations ONLY detectable by computer

  • The highest possible cut grade in terms of all the cut quality factors.

Excellent
Fluorescence
Fluorescence

A bluish glow that originates from certain diamonds when exposed to high ultraviolet lighting conditions.

Most experts indicate that a diamonds florescence does not affect its appearance, however, the market prices them differently.

Therefore, diamonds with strong fluorescence are of better value, because they are less expensive than those with faint or negligible fluorescence.

None
Depth
Depth

This refers to the height of a diamond or gemstone (measured from the culet at the very bottom to the large table facet on the top divided by the width of the diamond or gemstone).

60.50
Table
Table %

This refers to the large flat facet on the top a diamond. If the table facet (the polished flat surface on a diamond) is too large or too small, it will often indicate poor proportions overall, which will affect a diamond's brilliance.

The table percentage is derived by dividing the width of the table by the diameter of the gemstone.

61.90
Polish
Polish

A grade given to the external finish of a stone. The polish grades range from poor to excellent. Good polish is crucial for maximum brilliance of a diamond.

Excellent
Symmetry
Symmetry

Symmetry refers to the exactness of the shape and arrangement of facets (which are the polished flat surfaces on a diamond).

Symmetry grades include: extremely poor, very poor, poor, fair, good, very good, and excellent.

Few diamonds are available with excellent or very good symmetry, and diamonds with poor to extremely poor symmetry should be avoided. This is an important indicator of the quality of a diamond’s cut.

Excellent
Measurements
Measurements

Expressed in millimeters (mm), this refers to the length, width, and depth (in that order) of a diamond. For round and square – shaped diamonds, the length and width are nearly identical.

4.89 x 3.39 x 2.05 mm
 
 

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Diamond Grading Reports
COLOR: K

COLOR: K

Diamonds that are K appear faintly yellow in color. These diamonds are much less expensive and less valuable than diamonds in color grades D through J.

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CLARITY: VS1

VS1 stands for Very Slightly Included. Diamonds of VS1 grading contain only minor inclusions that are not visible to the naked eye, and require 10x magnification to be visible. These diamonds offer an exceptional value, and are slightly of better value than VS2 diamonds.

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CUT: Excellent

A diamond cut of high brilliance that has an even pattern of light and dark areas.

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