Two-tone gold 14k diamond engagement ring. It is set with pear cut in a five prong basket and it is 1.06 cts. Measures 7.75mm in length and 5.65 in width and 3.92 in depth. The ring is in very good condition and was appraised for $9225 on July 12th, 2007.
pretty stone but seems WAY over priced.
I just did a quick search and found a VERY similar (1.04CT I color VS2) stone for a lot less ($4319.70) AND the one I found is a GIA cert diamond (gia report #14989946). From what I can tell the one you're selling doesn't come w/ any certs, just the appraisal.
I know the ring you're listing isn't a loose diamond but that is such a basic setting I can't understand why the price is so high?
I've noticed a "trend" in these types of ideas. People don't seem to understand the purpose of an appraisal and how they are *purposely* over-inflated...they tend to think that just because the appraisal states a value of, say, $10,000.00, they can easily (or "fairly") ask for $9999.99, for a .65ct I-1, J-color NON-CERTED stone...and they ask for ridiculous amounts for a simpler-than-simple Tiffany-style, six-prong setting.
It doesn't work like that, people! Research! Research! Research!
I don't think it's a good idea to advertise that you have a diamond in your home and then provide your address (on the appraisal). Perhaps you can block that portion off w/ paintbrush!? I also have to agree. You'd be hard pressed to even get $2500 on this board for that stone.