1/2 CTTW Diamond Stud Earrings In 14K Gold
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I1, I2, and I3 are the most imperfect diamonds there are. Therefore the price is naturally lower. You can see the flaws with the naked eye, so you should avoid them at all costs. You don’t want to hand a diamond to someone you love and when she looks at it she sees a black speck inside it or a white dot on the surface. That is what will happen
I hope those pics are actual size!! And i am viewing on a large screen laptop!!
I’ve never seen pics of diamonds that show black specs. Pepper diamonds?
That’s because people don’t really buy them that often. Usually you see a diamond before you buy it. The color rating is also very low so they may be yellowish (not yellow completely). I think there are worse clarity ratings than included 2-3. I think there is a very included, vi-1
Agreed. Personally, I’d prefer good quality CZ’s in a 14K screwback setting.
So the picture shows screw backs but the descriptions says friction? Which one is it?
These are the Mercedes CLA class of diamonds…for people who simply want to say they own a pair of 1/2 ct. diamonds. The upside is, for <$200, you can own a pair of 1/2 ct. diamonds…even if they are horribly flawed.
That having been said, everyone who gets close enough to notice inclusions in your earrings will know they’re real diamonds. If you become famous, you can use the diamonds to inscribe a poem in the glass of one of the windows of your future historic home (as Sophia Hawthorne did in her historic home, the Old Manse, in Concord, MA. really. come see it!)
So these should be perfect for that special someone you don’t love.
Well, … a pair of 1/4 carat diamonds, as they are 1/2 carat total weight for the pair, right?
Buyer beware - I would gladly bet you these are stock photos. Don’t expect the earrings to look like the pictures.
They don’t tell you who “graded” these, but something they’be stated as I2-I3 will often look like dried spit with pepper in it. J-K color also has a brownish/yellow tint.
Since mass made earrings for chains like Zales can have some variety, you might get something wearable, but in no world is .50 ctw I2-I3 J-K color worth 1k retail.
I love jewelry and have several diamonds. I’ve bought from an independent jeweler, eBay, and pawn shops. If you look you can find a decent .50ctw pair on eBay for around this price pre-owned and NOT be throwing away $200 on something you’d never wear.
Just my 2 cents.
I’ll just second some of the negative opinions here. Good diamonds are not cheap. I1, 2, or 3 is crap, and color below H is also crap.
Here’s a link to some good examples of what an included diamond looks like… On a good stone, you won’t see anything but perfect clarity and uniformity throughout the diamond.
Those photos look too artsy, almost desirable. I agree with you on quality - I wanted 3 almost perfect diamonds so my total weight was lower. I could have gotten a bigger set but to me, having 3 nearly flawless diamonds is just better. I’m a quality over quantity person. I wouldn’t bother with these, I’d get something decent but smaller.
Pin-Prick sized, off-color studs suitable for a 10 year old girl. Could NEVER have been worth the $999.00 they said was retail. A cheap rip-off.