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ID #: ini1.c.clr389
Nb. Piece: 7
Weight: 0.80 carat
Size: about 2.5x3.2 mm
Shape: Rough (Irregular)
Clarity: Opaque (Sparkling)
Color: light silver, white and 1 light grayish
Hardness (Mohs scale): 10
Comment: The gemstone has been photographed in natural light.
The last picture is just a example of possibilities. Great quality for making Necklace , Earrings, Bracelet or any other jewelry.
It is simply the nature, 100% natural earth-mined diamonds. The nature can never duplicate. It is nice to have something natural and truly unique.
Diamond, the most famed and fabled of all gemstones. It is the most hardest (10 Mohs scale) gemstones and being very rare, make Diamond the most prized of all gems. Most Diamonds used as gemstones are colorless or very faintly colored. Because of its hardness, a Diamond is impossible to scratching. Only another Diamond can do.
I use the following clarity scale when grading gemstones:
IF Internal Flawless. No flaws or inclusions at a magnification of 10x
VVS 1-2 Very Very Slightly Inclusion. The Inclusions are not visible to the naked eye.
VS 1-2 Very Slightly Inclusion. Slight inclusions visible to the naked eye.
SI 1-2 Slightly Inclusion. Good Quality. Cracks or chips are visible to the naked eye.
I 1-3 Included. Many inclusions can be seen with the naked eye.
Transparent A gemstone having the property of transmitting light without serious diffusion
Translucent Allowing light to pass through, but not transparent
Opaque Does not allow light to pass through
Size and Weight
-- Gems are always measured in Millimeter (mm), 1 inch = 25.4 mm
-- Dimensions are given as length x width x depth, except for round stones which are diameter x depth
-- Select gems by size, not by weight! Gem varieties vary in density, so carat weight is not a good indication of size
- The carat is a unit of mass equal to 200 mg
1ct = 200mg=0.2g =0.007 ounce
ctw Carat Total Weight
The picture are greatly enlarged to show details and stone size may vary slightly from piece to piece. It is the equivalent to viewing the stone under magnifying glass or microscope. We can see flaws visible that aren't visible to the naked eye.
Color may not appear as exactly in real life due to variation between computer monitors. The more important it is the gemstones and diamonds reflect 100 percent of the light falling on it back to the eye. So because of the camera, it give a harsh black reflections that we see on the photos. I try to take photos that show the true color and structure (shape and imperfections) of my stones. In certain cases, it is not easy. If you not sure feel free to convo me if you have questions.
It is absolutely genuine and natural. I guarantee that my gemstones are 100% authentic and accurately represented in my listings.
I offer a 10-day, money back, as long as your item is in its original condition.
This stone will be shipped fully insured.
Thanks for taking a look at these gems
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