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Why is this diamond (1.25 G SI1, HCA 1.2) priced so low?

xerofactor

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http://www.jamesallen.com/loose-diamonds/round-cut/1.25-carat-g-color-si1-clarity-excellent-cut-sku-584830

So I chickened out on my other order and decided to hunt longer for an assured eyeclean table. I stumbled across this one today at $7290. Other than the medium flouresence (which may or may not have much effect?), is there anything I'm missing as to why this stone is so low?

My criteria for an e-ring is: sparkly, white, brilliant, and eye clean. As subjective as that is. Thoughts anyone?
 

WinkHPD

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The only way for you to know for sure is for you to call it in and look at it.

You may decide that it does not meet your criteria, or you may decide that it is perfect, but YOU will decide what YOUR eyes tell you.

Wink
 

xerofactor

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Of course. I was just wondering if I missed something on the paper specs though. Otherwise I may have found a great deal.
 

MissGotRocks

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Ask their gemologist what they think and ask for an idealscope image. It's more of a 60/60 type cut with the larger table but as Wink said, it might be just the stone for you. Do some more research on it.
 

Diamond_Hawk

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Wink said:
The only way for you to know for sure is for you to call it in and look at it.

You may decide that it does not meet your criteria, or you may decide that it is perfect, but YOU will decide what YOUR eyes tell you.

Wink
MissGotRocks|1443138280|3931467 said:
Ask their gemologist what they think and ask for an idealscope image. It's more of a 60/60 type cut with the larger table but as Wink said, it might be just the stone for you. Do some more research on it.

+1

+1
 

treasurehunter

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probably because the medium florescence or the SI1 looks (SI1-) or (SI2 +) type grade
 
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