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Shape Carat Color Clarity Cut Cert Price Stock # Details Comp
Round 0.42 D VS1 Very Good GIA $1,469 1013269 [ View ]
Round 0.31 M SI3 EGL $525 12307197 [ View ]
Round 0.76 L VS2 Good GIA $1,793 17171497 [ View ]
Round 0.90 I VVS2 Very Good GIA $4,789 19951787 [ View ]
Round 0.90 I VVS2 Very Good GIA $4,789 19951800 [ View ]
Round 0.91 I VS1 Very Good GIA $4,511 19951802 [ View ]
Round 0.91 I VS1 Excellent GIA $4,511 19951805 [ View ]
Round 0.90 I VS1 Very Good GIA $4,240 19951836 [ View ]
Round 0.72 D SI2 Very Good GIA $2,704 21751325 [ View ]
Round 0.91 E SI1 Very Good GIA $5,248 22215667 [ View ]
Round 0.52 G VS1 Excellent GIA $2,006 22441875 [ View ]
Round 0.71 I VS1 Excellent GIA $2,731 22687825 [ View ]
Round 1.64 E SI2 Premium IGI $12,795 23004595 [ View ]
Round 3.32 D VS2 Excellent GIA $98,552 23923331 [ View ]
Round 0.54 G SI3 Ultra Ideal EGL $966 24405219 [ View ]
Round 0.36 H SI1 Ultra Ideal EGL $865 24405222 [ View ]
Round 0.70 F VS2 Good GIA $2,928 24505358 [ View ]
Round 1.50 H SI1 Good GIA $11,276 24550774 [ 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.

Rule of thumb is to subtract one clarity grade and three to four color grades from the EGL grade to get the true GIA grade. For example, we would expect an EGL VS-2 H to grade SI-1 K/L if sent to GIA. Nothing wrong with buying an EGL stone, as long as you understand this and pay accordingly.