0.88 Carat Light Green VS1 Cushion Diamond

This beautiful light green VS1 diamond is cushion cut and weighs a total of 0.88 carats. It comes accompanied with a grading report from GIA. All diamonds at Pratiksha Jewelry are 100% natural. No lab created or synthetic diamonds are sold.

Our Price: $8,876.09
Why are our prices so low?
Price Per Carat: $10,086.46
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Delivery Times:

Place your order by 4 PM CST today for same-day shipment as a loose stone. All orders received after 4PM CST will ship the next business day.

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As a loose stone: by Tue, Oct 29

Set in custom jewelry: varies according to project timeline.

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    SKU

    This is a unique identifier we assign to our products to help you keep track of your favorite picks.

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    516035387
  • L/W Ratio

    L/W Ratio

    Length (L) divided by Width (W) is the Length-to-Width ratio. This conveys how relatively square or rectangular a fancy-shaped diamond appears when viewed from the top.

    Ideal Length-to-Width Ratios
    Asscher: 1 to 1.05
    Cushion: 1 to 1.05 (square); >1.15 (rectangle)
    Emerald: 1.3 to 1.4
    Heart: 0.90 to 1.10
    Marquise: 1.75 to 2.25
    Oval: 1.33 to 1.66
    Pear: 1.45 to 1.75
    Princess: 1 to 1.05
    Radiant: 1 to 1.05 (square); >1.10 (rectangle)

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    1.03
  • Table

    Table

    Usually the largest facet on a diamond, located on the top. The size of the table can have a considerable effect on the diamond's light performance or brilliance.

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  • Carat Weight(ct)

    Carat Weight(ct)

    The carat of a diamond refers to its weight, and 1 carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams. Independent of a diamond’s size, two diamonds with the same carat weight may appear slightly different in size. Carat weight is often misconceived as the most important of the four Cs, but it’s important to understand and evaluate the relationship between a diamond’s carat weight and cut to get the best value out of a diamond. A better cut may often yield a larger-looking diamond, and choosing a diamond that is a few carat weight points below your ideal carat (0.49 carats vs. 0.50 carats) can translate to significant savings.

    Use the slider below to understand how carat weight works.

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    0.88ct
  • Cut

    Cut

    The cut of a diamond is what influences its natural sparkle and light performance. As the most important of the four Cs, cut quality is evaluated by a diamond’s proportion, symmetry and polish. These characteristics define how the facets of the stone interact with light. If a diamond’s cut is poor, the diamond will appear dull even if the color and clarity is flawless. A poor cut allows light to escape through other parts of the gem and prevents its best light performance, whereas a quality cut will best capture a diamond’s brilliance. When choosing a diamond, gemologists recommend selecting a stone with the highest cut grade within your budget. We recommend choosing a diamond with a grade of Very Good or Ideal.

    Use the slider below to see how a diamond’s cut affects its light performance.

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    G
  • culet

    culet

    The culet refers to the point or facet at the bottom of a diamond pavilion. In preferred diamond cut grades, culets are generally undetectable to the unaided eye and graded none to small. Medium to large culets may have an impact on light performance.

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  • diamond shape

    diamond shape

    A diamond’s shape refers to its physical form and each diamond shape is very different, possessing unique characteristics. Even though shape is not a part of the 4 C’s of Diamonds, this element will have an impact on the appearance of your diamond. Since each diamond shape is cut to different specifications, they reflect light differently, giving each shape a unique fire and brilliance.

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    Cushion
  • polish

    polish

    The polish of a diamond refers to the overall condition of a finished stone's faceted surfaces, including how smoothly the facets have been polished, whether any marks are visible from the polishing wheel, and how defined the edges of each facet are. Polish marks are almost always invisible to the unaided eye, but good polish is essential for maximum light performance.

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    EX
  • Girdle

    Girdle

    The girdle is the outer edge of the diamond, where the crown (top) meets the pavilion (bottom). A girdle may be faceted (cut with polished sides), bruted (unpolished surface), or polished (featuring a smooth surface). A girdle's width can impact the overall appearance of the diamond, but the finish- faceted, bruted or polished- usually has no impact on the appearance or value.

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  • Color

    Color

    As the second most important characteristic of a diamond, color refers to any presence of color on the stone. As you may know, natural diamonds can come in a variety of colors, but clear diamonds with a lack of color are the most popular, rare and sought after on the spectrum. Diamonds with a grade of D to F are determined to be colorless, and are therefore more valuable. Diamonds with G to I grades are difficult to detect color to the untrained eye. Ring settings with white gold or platinum are best suited with diamonds that have a higher color grade, but yellow gold settings can help conceal a diamond’s lower color grade. It is important to evaluate desired metal color and carat to best determine the diamond color grade that will maximize your budget.

    Use the slider below to learn more about diamond color grades.

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    Green
  • Symmetry

    Symmetry

    A diamond's symmetry refers to the precision and alignment of a stone's facets and the resulting effects on its overall brilliance.

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    VG
  • certificate

    certificate

    A diamond certificate, also known as a diamond report, is issued by an accredited independent gemological laboratory. In addition to the diamond's carat weight and measurements, a certificate includes grades for the diamond's cut, color and clarity.

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    GIA
  • Clarity

    Clarity

    A diamond’s clarity determines the presence of any natural inclusions on a stone that are visible to the naked eye. Nearly all diamonds have natural inclusions, but most of them cannot be seen without magnification. A better clarity grade means that a diamond will have less, smaller inclusions and a better “eye clean” presentation. Diamonds with a grading of VS2 or higher are considered eye-clean, and flexibility on clarity will help balance your desired quality and budget. A diamond’s cut and color can help conceal these imperfections and make them nearly undetectable. For example, the detailed facets of a princess-cut diamond can hide small flaws, but an emerald-cut diamond has a larger table and less facets, making the presence of inclusions more visible. It is important to balance these characteristics against your desired diamond cut and color quality.

    Use the slider below to see how diamond clarity grading works.

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    VS1
  • Fluorescence

    Fluorescence

    A measure of the visible light some diamonds emit when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays. Diamonds with a strong or very strong fluorescence are a better value because the market prices them slightly lower. It is quite rare for fluorescence to have any visual impact on a diamond's appearance, and it does not compromise the gem's structural integrity in any way.

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  • Color Intensity

    Color Intensity

    With fancy color diamonds, the more rare and valuable stones have saturated, intense color present throughout the stone. However, light tones and faint presence of color can also qualify as fancy colors.

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  • measurements

    measurements

    The stone's length, width, and depth, respectively, measured in millimeters.

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    5.35x5.17x3.54mm
  • Depth

    Depth

    The height of a diamond, measured from the culet to the table, divided by its average girdle diameter. One of the basic proportions that contributes to a diamond's appearance, brilliance and fire.

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    68.4

All of our domestic shipments in the US are shipped free of charge, and are securely packaged and fully insured while in transit to your home or office. Loose stones are shipped immediately after passing through our thorough quality control inspection. Based on your location and the value of the item you purchase, your item will be sent via FedEx or United States Postal Service (USPS).

All client details, including shipping addresses, must match the authorization information of the credit card used. If you would like your shipment sent to a non-confirmed address, you can arrange to add an "alternative confirmed address" with your credit card company. All deliveries are sent to physical street addresses only (PO Boxes not accepted).

For orders over $200, an adult must be present at the time of delivery to provide signature upon receipt of package. Customers are responsible for all items after the package has been signed for.

U.S Shipments scheduled for Friday have the option for Saturday delivery, or delivery the following Monday. Please call or email us directly to set up a Saturday delivery. Saturday delivery is not available for international shipments.

Representatives are available Monday through Saturday, 9AM-6PM CST to discuss your options at 800-641-1277 or email us at support@pjdallas.com.

For Domestic Orders (United States)

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Orders over $3,000
FedEx Next Day Air Next Business Day Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $1,000-$2,999
FedEx Second Day Air Second Business Day Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $200-$999
USPS Priority Insured 2-5 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders under $200
USPS First Class Mail 2-7 Business Days No Yes No FREE

For International Orders (Worldwide)*

Please note: customer is responsible for additional customs fees upon delivery, if applicable. See Shipping Policy for more information.

SHIPPING OPTION

DELIVERY

SIGNATURE

INSURED

TRACKING

FEE

Orders over $3,000
FedEx Next Day Air 2-3 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $1,000-$2,999
FedEx Second Day Air 2-3 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders from $200-$999
USPS Priority Insured 5-14 Business Days Yes Yes Yes FREE
Orders under $200
USPS First Class Mail 10-14 Business Days No Yes No FREE

About Your Diamond

Color : Green

With fancy color diamonds, the more rare and valuable stones have saturated, intense color present throughout the stone. However, light tones and faint presence of color can also qualify as fancy colors.

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Dim presence of color on the stone, visible to the naked eye.

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Slightly more presence of color, weakly saturated, light tone.

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Noticeable presence of color, valuable.

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Medium saturation of color, more valuable.

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Full saturation and intense color, highly valuable.

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Bright, intense color, extremely valuable.

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Deeper, darker color, intense saturation.

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Darkest level of color tone throughout stone.

Clarity : VS1

Very slightly included. Minor inclusions ranging from difficult (VS1) to somewhat easy (VS2) to see at 10x magnification.

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Cut : G

Above average sparkle, with medium symmetry and polish.

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Carat Weight : 0.88

The carat of a diamond refers to its weight, and 1 carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams. Independent of a diamond’s size, two diamonds with the same carat weight may appear slightly different in size. Carat weight is often misconceived as the most important of the four Cs, but it’s important to understand and evaluate the relationship between a diamond’s carat weight and cut to get the best value out of a diamond. A better cut may often yield a larger-looking diamond, and choosing a diamond that is a few carat weight points below your ideal carat (0.49 carats vs. 0.50 carats) can translate to significant savings.

Use the slider below to understand how carat weight works.

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Certificate : GIA

A diamond certificate, also known as a diamond report, is issued by an accredited independent gemological laboratory. In addition to the diamond's carat weight and measurements, a certificate includes grades for the diamond's cut, color and clarity.

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