1.26 ct Round Brilliant Laser Drilled Diamond

1.26 ct Round Brilliant Laser Drilled Diamond

Ideal Price: $2,950

Appraised Value: $7,216

Availability: In stock

Laser drilled diamonds

Laser drilled diamonds have had dark inclusions removed by a microscopic laser to improve the appearance of clarity. These diamonds bear no fillings and require no special care.

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Carat Weight 1.26
Clarity Grade SI2
Color Grade F
Comments A laser application was applied to remove a dark inclusion. This
round natural diamond has been fashioned with high levels of
accuracy and craftsmanship. This diamond possesses a harmonious
balance between proportions and the display of sparkle and fire.
This diamond is clean when viewed by the unaided eye. No black.
Sarine Report ratings: Brilliance: Excellent, Light Dispersion:
Excellent, Scintillation: Very Good
According to the June 18, 2018 diamond price guide: Price for a
round brilliant diamond of this quality and size, without a laser
application is: $7,938.
Depth 67.2%
Flourescence None
Girdle Thick - Very Thick
Measurements 6.54 x 6.61 x 4.43 mm
Cut Grade Very Good
Polish Grade Excellent
Shape Round
Symmetry Grade Very Good
Table Size 60%
Type Laser Drilled


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