I found this on a local places website (The jerwelry factory in Livonia, MI) and was wondering why it doesnt show you the color and clarity grades. For $3k for a 2 carat it seems to good to be true or the color and clarity must really suck?
I agree.....and that's probably why they didn't bother to list the color or clarity, LOL.
Thanks for the replies.So for the $3000 mark could I expect to find anything larger than a 1 carat thats decent? E.g. I grade color or better and SI2 grade clarity or better? Any sites that are recommendd or good places to deal with? Thanks guys
I'm afraid that probably won't happen. You'd probably need to go to $4000 to get diamond over 1 carat like you've described.
Okay thanks guys. I went to Jared's yesterday to look and found a 1.04 carat for right around $3000 with I color and I believe it was SI-2 clarity. I just wanted to see if that seemed like a good deal. They had a 1 carat setting that she picked out for $1800 putting the total ring around the $5k mark and two full carats.
Does that seem high on the setting? Sorry for all the questions, I just like to know the most I can before making a decision like this.
What metal is the setting made in? Do you have a picture of the setting so we can get an idea of what it looks like?
Its 18K white gold. I just tried to find it on their webiste but I couldnt. It was a pretty unique setting. Ill try calling the saleslady I talked to and see if theres a part number or something I can use to find it.
Okay thanks guys. I went to Jared's yesterday to look and found a 1.04 carat for right around $3000 with I color and I believe it was SI-2 clarity. I just wanted to see if that seemed like a good deal.
It would be a good deal IF the grading is correct. Who did the grading ? If it's not GIA or AGS, then it's probably not correct and you may not be getting what you think you're getting. I'd contact Brit and see what they can do for you as a total package, since then you'll have a properly graded stone with some REAL value.