Is the clarity grading of stones and the term “eye clean” based solely on face-up viewing or does it include viewing upside-down and through the side of the pavilion? I can easily see inclusions through the pavilion of several SI stones I’ve viewed without the use of magnification. I’m wondering if a particular 1.03ct, SI1 stone I’m interested in is what I should expect of this grade (based on an EGL-Israel cert., which obviously has less than stellar credentials). In this particular stone there are several very small DARK inclusions that are easily visible from the pavilion without magnification, especially when reflected to other pavilion facets. However, face-up these inclusions are “mostly” indiscernible without a loupe. The cut gets a 0.6 HCA reading. Accordingly, the brilliance and fire of the stone easily masks these inclusions except when I scrutinize and look hard in an area (e.g. just under the table’s edge) where I know a larger inclusion resides. Is this still considered eye clean and SI1?