1.057 ct J - VVS1 Round Diamond

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  • Lab Report:
  • GIA
  • AGS

The American Gem Society or A.G.S., is one of world's most trusted names in diamond verification. AGS' groundbreaking research in Cut and Light Performance has immensely contributed to the understanding of diamonds. AGS is considered the authority in the Cut analysis of diamonds. View this Diamond's Lab Report →

  • Shape:
  • Round

A Round Brilliant Cut or RBC is by far the most popular shape diamond today and can be the most "brilliant" of all cuts. Round Brilliants have a total of 57 strategically placed facets that maximize a diamond's brilliance and overall appeal. Learn about Shapes →

  • Carat:
  • 1.057 ct

Carat is the standard in which gemstones are weighed and is further divided into 100 "points". A diamond’s rarity increases exponentially as it increases in carat weight making Carat the most influential of the 4Cs on a stone’s value. Learn more about Carat →

  • Cut:
  • Ideal
  • Excellent
  • Very Good
  • Good
  • Fair
  • Poor

An Ideal or 0 Cut grade is the highest cut grade issued by AGS. An AGS Ideal Cut diamond is considered by many to be one of finest cut diamonds in the world. An Ideal cut grade is reached by factoring in polish, symmetry, proportions and performance scores of a diamond. Learn more about Cut →

  • Color:
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • Fancy

The Color J is the fourth grade in the “Near Colorless” G-J range. This grade will have slightly discernible color or warmth when compared side by side to higher color grades. A J colored stone can be beautiful and appear relatively colorless set in platinum especially with a stone having an Ideal Cut or with vintage, broad faceted diamonds that can mask color. Learn more about Color →

  • Clarity Grade:
  • IF
  • VVS1
  • VVS2
  • VS1
  • VS2
  • Si1
  • Si2

Very Slightly Included. The inclusions on this diamond can be described as being minute and inconsequential. A single pinpoint found anywhere in a stone can be the cause of a diamond being a VVS1 instead of the higher IF clarity. Typically a VVS1 diamond’s inclusions are visible only by looking through the pavilion of a diamond using 10x magnification. The inclusions would be moderately difficult for a trained gemologist to identify using 10x magnification and may require special lighting. Learn more about Clarity →

Cut Ideal
Symmetry Ideal
Light Performance Ideal
Polish Ideal
Depth Percent 61.3%
Table Percent 54.9%
Crown Angle 33.8°
Pavilion Angle 40.7°
Dimensions (LxWxD) 6.56x6.59x4.03
Fluorescence Negligible
Culet Pointed
Girdle Thin, Medium
Lower Girdle Facet Percent 77.0%
Star Length Percent 51%
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  • Insurance Appraisal and Presentation Box

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