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Featured Item: 3/4 Carat Round Brilliant Excellent Cut Diamond

Sep 10, 2012

 

3/4 Carat Excellent Cut Round Diamond For Sale

Regular Price: $4,695
Sale Price: $3,295

Here’s at Samuelson’s, we specialize in buying and selling diamonds. Of course, we love the BIG diamonds but also appreciate smaller diamonds, especially like the stone we are featuring in this post.

 

Check out this “Ideal Cut” Diamond. It’s a .73 or 3/4 carat round brilliant cut diamond of “G” color and “VS2” clarity. However, the most desirable characteristic of the round cut diamond is the cut grade. GIA has graded this cut as “Excellent”, achieving the perfect balance and proportion to give this diamond it’s maximum light performance and sparkle. Click here to check out copy of the GIA certificate.

 

Please stop by to take a look at this beautiful stone!

 

 

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