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Shape Carat Color Clarity Cut Cert Price Stock # Details Comp
Radiant 0.88 FYI VS2 Ideal GIA $4,701 31955205 [ View ]
Radiant 1.36 FY VVS2 Ideal GIA $6,655 35982739 [ View ]
Radiant 0.92 FYI VS1 Ideal GIA $5,635 36593394 [ View ]
Radiant 0.95 FY VS2 Ideal EGL $3,297 36941393 [ View ]
Radiant 2.19 FYL SI2 Ideal GIA $10,717 37319956 [ View ]
Radiant 1.31 FYI VS2 Fair EGL $6,784 38168277 [ View ]
Radiant 2.09 FY VVS2 Ideal GIA $14,510 39344435 [ View ]
Radiant 0.95 FY SI2 Premium GIA $3,994 40576648 [ View ]
Radiant 1.04 FYI SI2 Premium GIA $5,184 42547273 [ View ]
Radiant 0.91 FYI SI2 Ideal GIA $5,011 42571739 [ View ]
Radiant 0.91 FYI SI2 Premium GIA $4,421 42571740 [ View ]
Radiant 1.02 FYL SI2 Premium GIA $3,530 42636136 [ View ]
Radiant 0.82 FYI SI2 Ideal GIA $3,604 44848248 [ View ]
Radiant 1.08 FY VVS2 Ultra Ideal GIA $5,252 44959717 [ View ]
Radiant 2.01 FYI SI1 Ideal GIA $19,314 45102784 [ View ]
Radiant 0.97 FYI VS2 Ideal GIA $5,934 46298932 [ View ]
Radiant 3.56 FYL VVS1 Ideal GIA $27,211 46298933 [ View ]
Radiant 0.76 FYI SI1 Ideal GIA $2,920 46665161 [ View ]
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Most diamonds we sell have a GIA Grading Report (referred to in the industry as a GIA certified diamond). Allow us to provide an explanation of certificates. The simple fact is all jewelers cannot sell the same diamond for the best price, but they still must make it appear that way. Thus many other certificates exist that are far from accurate, and it appears you are getting the same grade diamond, for much less money. In the end, the real question is, just because some certificate states the diamond is a certain grade, will GIA agree? Most likely not, thus these other certificates can be discounted quite substantially, depending on how inaccurate they are. There is nothing wrong with buying a non GIA stone, as long as you understand this and pay accordingly.