Registered diamond inspected by GIA Gem Trade Laboratory. Princess cut .49 carat. Clarity: VVS1 (nearly perfect!) Color: G (Best is D, but I have read that the naked eye cannot discern the difference between these degrees of color grades). The diamond is set in an 18k white gold ring. Retail replacement value appraisal for $2750. Contact me via email or reply on this forum if you are interested.
Am I reading on that report that there is a chip on the diamond? I would have to agree, the price needs to be accordingly. It would be in your best interest to post a few "live" pics of the diamond too. ~Ronda
the chip is the reason the diamond is not flawless. That is the reason it is rated at VVS1 and not F. That means that the chip is only very very slightly visible under 40X magnification. Most diamonds you find in stores are rated around SI1, and that means that the chip or whatever is wrong with them is quite visible under just 10X magnification. This is one of the better diamonds you could find.
VVS1, IF, and then F....it does not jump from VVS1 to F in clarity. I would say that most Flawless diamonds are "museum" quality........depending on it's other C's...................... .Good luck in your sale! ~Ronda