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  • Length
    4.33 X 4.38 X 2.61mm
    Width
    mm
    Top Dimensions
  • Table %
    61%
    Depth %
    59.9%
    Side Dimensions
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0.3 Carat - Round Cut Natural Diamond

E Color, SI1 Clarity, Very good Cut, GIA lab


SKU: 2376681172/71461


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Product Details
Stock Number 71461
Carats 0.3 carats
Cut Very good
Color E
Clarity SI1
Order By 3PM EST Today
Ships By Saturday, June 26th
Depth % 59.9%
Table % 61%
Symmetry Very Good
Polish Excellent
Culet None
Fluorescence None
Measurement 4.33 X 4.38 X 2.61
Report Number 2376681172
Size 0.3 CT

The "carat" refers to the weight of the diamond. The bigger the carat, the more money the diamond. There is no "good" or "bad" carat, it strictly has to do with budget. Some trade off quality to get a bigger rock, while others want the finest diamond and settle for a smaller carat weight.

0.3 CT
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Cut Very good
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(VG) This diamond effectively reflects most of the light that enters. This cut grade shares many of the Excellent cut grade proportions with only minor differences. A Very Good Cut diamond is more affordable than Excellent cut diamonds and does not compromise on brilliance. Considered a high-quality diamond cut.

A diamond's cut also referred to as the stone's "make" is the proportions of its facets and its overall finish. Cut is a result of a craftsman's skill in transforming a rough crystal into a magnificent gem. A well-proportioned (well-cut) stone will create that fire and brilliance of flashing rainbow colors and liveliness.

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Color E

Color refers to the natural body color of a diamond. The color grade, a measure of a stone's colorlessness determines how much tint of yellow it has. The color scale ranges from absolutely colorless (D color) to light yellow (L color). In general, the less color a diamond has the more money it is, all other factors being equal.

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(E) For the untrained eye E-Color is indistinguishable from D and only an expert gemologist using sophisticated equipment and the proper lighting conditions can detect any trace of color. E-Color is considered exceptionally fine and very rare.

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Clarity SI1

Most diamonds have inclusions. These are natural microscopic features in a diamond. The clarity grade refers to a stone's relative absence of these clarity characteristics from FL (flawless) to I1 (included) scale. Most people find the "sweet spot" to be VS2/SI1 where the diamonds appear "eye clean".

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(SI1) This diamond contains few inclusions detectable using 10x magnification. However, when the diamond is set in jewelry, these inclusions are not usually visible to the naked eye. The SI1 graded diamonds are less expensive then higher clarity graded and therefore offer exceptional value for those that want to stay within budget and get a larger diamond. If you're unsure and want our opinion, just let us know and one of our gemologists will review it for you.

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Order by: 2AM EST Today
Item delivered by: Saturday, June 26th
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For diamonds set in jewelry, you should allow at least 10-12 business days to process and package your order for shipment. For loose diamonds, you should allow about 7 business days. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and seasoned staff ensure prompt and scheduled delivery with every order. For Saturday delivery, or if you need your package sooner than our expected delivery time, please contact customer service at 1-800-818-8386 or email us at service@dreamstone.com and we will be more than happy to accommodate your requests. Whenever possible we will strive to rush orders to meet your deadlines.

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