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Beautiful .72 carat Brilliant cut diamond
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Beautiful Brilliant round cut diamond. .72 carats. (This ad is for diamond only, see seperate ad for entire ring.) please email to request more pictures! price is for diamond only. see ad for entire ring. priced at $3600.

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Re: Beautiful .72 carat Brilliant cut diamond
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Beautiful Brilliant round cut diamond. .72 carats. nearly flawless. please email to request more pictures! price is for diamond only. see ad for entire ring. priced at $3800, will negotiate.


Nearly flawless?? It's an SI2! You've got your price too high as one could buy a brand new diamond from a vendor with an upgrade policy for less than your asking price.

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Re: Beautiful .72 carat Brilliant cut diamond
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i am new at this and i'm no diamond expert. i only know what i paid for it. i guess i can lower my price.

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Hey talons...
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I don't think jayrenay meant any harm. It's just when you use the term "nearly flawless" a person would think that the clarity of the stone would be in the neighborhood of Internally Flawless VVS1, VVS2, even VS1.

When you get into the SI clariity range, SI2 is the very last clarity grade before you get to the I clarity range, in which flaws are usually quite visible to the naked eye.

There is a premium associated with the higher clarity grades, so upon seeing SI2, the price seemed to be more in line with a higher clarity grade.

If you stick around and read the other educational forums we've got here, you'll be at least a semi-expert in no time! ;-)

edited to add: In re-selling a diamond, unfortunately it is rare to get back what you paid out.

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I don't think jayrenay meant any harm. It's just when you use the term "nearly flawless" a person would think that the clarity of the stone would be in the neighborhood of Internally Flawless VVS1, VVS2, even VS1.

When you get into the SI clariity range, SI2 is the very last clarity grade before you get to the I clarity range, in which flaws are usually quite visible to the naked eye.

There is a premium associated with the higher clarity grades, so upon seeing SI2, the price seemed to be more in line with a higher clarity grade.

If you stick around and read the other educational forums we've got here, you'll be at least a semi-expert in no time! ;-)

edited to add: In re-selling a diamond, unfortunately it is rare to get back what you paid out.


thanks for the advice adn education, and the nice words. as i said, dont really know anything about jewelry. that makes sense that i wouldnt get as much as i paid for it. i love the ring so much if i end up keeping it it's definitely ok! thanks agaon!

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