0.90 Carat F SI1 Oval Diamond GIA Certified Very Good Cut - D43098913
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  • 0.90 ct. Oval F SI1 Diamond
  • 0.90 ct. Oval Cut Diamond
    Very Good Cut | F Color | SI1 Clarity

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Oval Cut Diamond

0.90 ct.

Very Good Cut | F Color | SI1 Clarity

Item #: D-43098913

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Item Details

This is a 0.90 carat Oval shape, F color, SI1 clarity diamond accompanied by a GIA grading report.
  • Item Number:
  • D-43098913
  • Total Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • Carat Weight :

    Carat

    A unit of weight for a diamond, equivalent to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 gram.
  • 0.90
  • Shape and Cutting Style:
  • Shape:
  • Oval
  • Cut :

    Cut Grade

    Generally, cut refers to both the shape of a stone (round, marquise, princess cut, oval, etc.) and the proportions and finish of a diamond also known as \"make\". The make of a stone is the most important factor in determining how much sparkle comes from a diamond.
  • Very Good
  • Color :

    Color

    A grade given to a diamond to describe the color tones of the stone. The color scale ranges from D, meaning completely colorless, to Z, fancy yellow. As the scale moves from D to Z, it indicates increasing levels of yellow and brown tone.
  • F
  • Clarity :

    Clarity

    A grade given to a diamond to describe how many inclusions are within the diamond. The clarity scale ranges from FL (flawless), meaning a diamond has no internal or external flaws, to I3 (severely included), meaning a diamond has many flaws clearly visible to the naked eye.
  • SI1
  • Depth :

    Depth

    The height of a diamond (measured from the : to the table) divided by the width of the diamond. The depth % is critical to creating brilliance and fire in a diamond; a depth % that is too low or too high will cause a diamond to lack sparkle.
  • 65.1%
  • Table :

    Table

    The largest facet on a diamond, located on the top of the diamond facing out from the setting. The Table % is the width of the table divided by the total diameter of the diamond. The table % is critical to creating sparkle in a diamond; a table % that is too low or too high will cause a diamond to lack sparkle.
  • 60%
  • Polish :

    Polish

    A grade given to the external finish of a stone. The polish scale ranges from poor to excellent.
  • Excellent
  • Symmetry :

    Symmetry

    The overall uniformity of the cut of a diamond. Graded from poor to excellent, it is based on the diamond's proportions and the relation of one facet to another. Poor symmetry will hurt the sparkle of a diamond.
  • Very Good
  • Girdle :

    Girdle

    The outermost edge of a diamond, it can be unpolished, polished, or faceted. Usually where the diamond is held in a setting.
  • Medium to Thick
  • Culet:
  • None
  • Fluorescence :

    Fluorescence

    A glow, usually of a bluish color, which emanates from certain diamonds when exposed to ultraviolet light. Faint fluorescence usually does not affect the appearance of a diamond. Strong, very strong and sometimes medium blue fluorescence may slightly improve the color appearance of diamonds rated \"H\" in color or below (I,J,K etc).
  • None
  • Measurements:
  • 7.53 x 5.21 x 3.39 mm
  • Length / Width Ratio:
  • L/W Ratio:
  • 1.45
  • Certified By:
  • GIA

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Diamond Education

Cut

  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very Good
  • Excellent
  • Affinity
  • F
  • G
  • VG
  • EX
  • AF

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.

Color

  • K
  • J
  • I
  • H
  • G
  • F
  • E
  • D

In an F-color diamond, no color is visible to an untrained eye. As the least expensive diamond color in the colorless range, F-color diamonds display minimal color difference from D- or E-color diamonds and offer a lower price.

Clarity

  • SI2
  • SI1
  • VS2
  • VS1
  • VVS2
  • VVS1
  • IF
  • FL

Slightly Included: Inclusions are easily visible under 10 x magnifications to an experienced gemologist and may be visible to the unaided eye. Typical SI inclusions are crystals, clouds, and feathers. SI1 clarity stones may, in rare cases, contain eye-visible inclusion. You’ll see eye-visible inclusions more often in a SI2 clarity stone.

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