0.9-Carat Emerald Diamond-AG543307

high street value (Our price) $3,167.10 (Typical High Street Price) $3,800.52 0.90ct / F SI1 i

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Carat weight i 0.90
Shape i Emerald
Price per carat $ i 3519
Color i F
Certificate number i 1206494816
Clarity i SI1
Polish i Excellent
Symmetry i Very Good
Fluorescence i Faint
Table % i 64
Depth % i 70.3
Measurements i 7.12 x 4.21 x 2.96

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Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, on an expansive campus that serves as the world’s premier college for gemological studies, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is the United States’ leading gemological body and world’s premier gemological organization—at the very least in terms of gemological training and research.

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