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This is a 0.50 carat pear shape, K color, VS2 clarity natural diamond accompanied by a GIA grading report.
Estimated Ship Date: Friday, July 1
Shipping Method: FedEx Priority Overnight
30-Day Return Policy: Adiamor believes in complete customer satisfaction. We gladly refund, replace or exchange any unworn item received back in our facility within 30 days.
This diamond has been cut to allow it to reflect nearly all light as fire and brilliance, as determined by the GIA. This is an outstanding cut with a negligible visible difference from an ideal-cut diamond, but at a lower price.
This diamond, when cut to ideal proportions, produces a warm brilliance not found in the higher grade colors. As the least expensive diamonds in the near-colorless range, J-color diamonds present the best value in diamond color, so you can buy a larger diamond for the price. Note: If this diamond has medium or strong blue fluorescence, its slight tint will be partially masked, making the diamond appear whiter to the eye.
Very slightly included diamonds contain minor inclusions that range from difficult to somewhat easy to see under 10 x magnifications. Typical VS inclusions are small crystals, feathers or clouds. In some rare cases, a VS stone can contain an eye visible inclusion, but most VS1 and VS2 diamonds is eye clean when viewed in the face up position as well as being excellent quality diamonds.
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