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0.33 Carat Marquise Diamond Good Cut I I1 Clarity

$276

Cut

Good

Clarity

I1

Color

I

Polish

Very Good

Symmetry

Very Good

Fluorescence

None
Ships by 03/30

Diamond Description

This 0.33 carat, Good cut, I color and I1 clarity Marquise shaped diamond is accompanied by a GIA grading report. All Four Mine diamonds are certified conflict free.

Diamond Information

SKU: 62531889
Shape: Marquise

Shape

Shape is the face up outline of the diamond. Four Mine carries the top 9 best selling shapes.
Carat: 0.33

Carat

Carat is a measurement of a diamond's weight. It is also a reflection of diamond size and the most visible of the 4 C's.
Cut: Good

Cut

Cut is the diamond's shape and proportions that affect the fire, brilliance, and scintillation. Well-cut diamonds have maximum sparkle, and are also a reflection of the proper measurements for that shape and carat.
Color: I

Color

Color Is a reflection of the absence of color visible within the diamond. The higher the color grade (less color), the rarer and more valuable the diamond. The scale ranges from D-Z.
Clarity: I1

Clarity

Clarity is defined by the presence of tiny attributes that occur naturally in a diamond during its growth process. They give each diamond a unique identity, and the number and placement can affect the grade.
GIA#: 2155821152

GIA#

Search for diamonds by their Four Mine SKU or GIA certificate number.
L/W Ratio: 2.03

L/W Ratio

Length/Width Ratio is the diamonds proportion face up in millimeters. It is mostly relevant in fancy shapes and can tell you if the shape is longer or shorter.
Polish: Very Good info

Polish

Polish, like symmetry, is an element of diamond finish. It's how cleanly and perfectly the surfaces of the diamond are finished.
Symmetry: Very Good info

Symmetry

Symmetry refers to the arrangement, size, and shaping of diamond facets. It's a reflection of craftsmanship, and can affect other grading criteria.
Fluorescence: None info

Fluorescence

Fluorescence is a diamond's natural tendency to emit a soft blue glow when subjected to ultraviolet light (black light). Fluorescence can help mask lower colors but is less desirable for higher colors.
Measurement: 7.14 x 3.51 x 2.34 mm info

Measurement

The length, width and depth of the diamond. These measurements indicate the true visual size of the diamond.
Table: 48.00% info

Table

The largest, center facet (or face) of the diamond expressed as a percentage of the length/width. It allows the most amount of light into the diamond and therefore has a significant impact on diamond sparkle.
Depth: 66.80% info

Depth

The distance from the table to the culet expressed as a percentage of length/width. Depth has a significant impact on light leakage and performance.
Girdle: Thin - Thick info

Girdle

The thin center portion of a diamond that separates the crown (top) from the pavilion (bottom).

This is a 0.33-carat diamond.

.25 CT

4.1 mm

.5 CT

5.1 mm

.75 CT

5.8 mm

1 CT

6.4 mm

1.25 CT

6.9 mm

1.5 CT

7.4 mm

1.75 CT

7.8 mm

2 CT+

8.1 mm
17.9 mm
DIME 17.9 mm

Carat is the weight of a gemstone and is the most visible attribute of a diamond. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams or 0.2 grams. Carat is often used to estimate the visual size of a diamond. As a diamond’s size increases, so does its rarity and therefore its value.

Four Mine diamond’s carat weight is verified by an independent GIA certificate. When evaluating carat, we recommend reviewing the diamond’s measurements. The measurements can be compared to a dime in order to understand the approximate size on a finger. Learn More Arrow

This diamond has a Good cut.

Fair/Poor

Fair/Poor

(Not carried by four Mine)
GOOD

GOOD

VERY GOOD

VERY GOOD

EXCELLENT

EXCELLENT

Cut is a measure of the angles and proportions of a polished or finished diamond. Is represents the diamond’s sparkle, scintillation, fire and brilliance. It is a reflection of light interaction and performance within a diamond. Four Mine diamonds have Cut grades verified by GIA.

Good cut diamonds capture light and possess a high degree of sparkle. They have some light leakage, but overall, shine bright. These diamonds can have noticeably larger or smaller measurements than perfectly cut diamonds of the same shape and can allow you to improve other diamond attributes Learn More Arrow

This diamond's color grade is I.

Fairpoor

M-Z

(Not carried by four Mine)
L

L

K

K

J

J

I

I

H

H

G

G

F

F

E

E

D

D

Near Colorless Colorless

Color grades represent the absence of color in a diamond. The Color scale goes from D - Z. Higher colors (D, E, F) are colorless diamonds the shine the brightest. Lower colors (colors below L) can reflect a yellowish hue, which distracts from diamond sparkle.

An I-color diamond delivers excellent brilliance even though a gemologist has identified some color shading. The color, however, is still undetectable to the untrained eye and provides excellent value. Learn More Arrow

This diamond's clarity is I1.

Fairpoor

10x Zoom

I1

I1

SI2

SI2

SI1

SI1

VS2

VS2

VS1

VS1

VVS2

VVS2

VVS1

VVS1

IF

IF

FL

FL

Clarity grades represent the presence, size and location of tiny imperfections found in almost all diamonds as they grow over millions of years within the Earth. At times, clarity inclusions can affect a diamond’s brilliance or sparkle. Clarity inclusions are seldom viewable by the untrained eye, especially when set in jewelry.

Your diamond have noticeable inclusions if it viewed under 10x magnification. These inclusions may be noticed without magnification, depending on the size and location. I1 diamonds represent the top 30% of all gem quality diamonds. Inclusions may range in type, size and location. Learn More Arrow

Your ring will ship by March 30th

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Carat

Carat is a measurement of a diamond's weight. It is also a reflection of diamond size and the most visible of the 4 C's.

Cut

Cut is the diamond's shape and proportions that affect the fire, brilliance, and scintillation. Well-cut diamonds have maximum sparkle, and are also a reflection of the proper measurements for that shape and carat.

Clarity

Clarity is defined by the presence of tiny attributes that occur naturally in a diamond during its growth process. They give each diamond a unique identity, and the number and placement can affect the grade.

Color

Color Is a reflection of the absence of color visible within the diamond. The higher the color grade (less color), the rarer and more valuable the diamond. The scale ranges from D-Z.

Symmetry

Symmetry refers to the arrangement, size, and shaping of diamond facets. It's a reflection of craftsmanship, and can affect other grading criteria.

L/W ratio

Length/Width Ratio is the diamonds proportion face up in millimeters. It is mostly relevant in fancy shapes and can tell you if the shape is longer or shorter.

Fluorescence

Fluorescence is a diamond's natural tendency to emit a soft blue glow when subjected to ultraviolet light (black light). Fluorescence can help mask lower colors but is less desirable for higher colors.

Polish

Polish, like symmetry, is an element of diamond finish. It's how cleanly and perfectly the surfaces of the diamond are finished.