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Shape Size Cut Color Clarity Lab Price
Pear 0.52 N/A G SI2 GIA $728
Pear 0.48 N/A F SI2 GIA $745
Pear 0.58 N/A E I1 GIA $826
Pear 0.54 N/A H SI2 GIA $903
Pear 0.80 N/A M SI2 None $978
Pear 0.51 N/A D SI2 GIA $991
Pear 0.71 N/A K VS2 GIA $1,010
Pear 0.80 N/A M SI1 None $1,053
Pear 0.50 N/A F VS2 GIA $1,067
Pear 0.64 N/A I SI1 GIA $1,131
Pear 0.80 N/A D SI1 Enhancement $1,146
Pear 0.81 N/A N VS2 None $1,146
Pear 0.70 N/A K VS2 GIA $1,147
Pear 0.70 N/A I SI2 GIA $1,210
Pear 0.72 N/A I I1 GIA $1,244
Pear 0.85 N/A L SI1 None $1,277
Pear 0.57 N/A H VVS2 GIA $1,304
Pear 0.70 N/A F I1 GIA $1,324
Pear 0.60 N/A G VS2 GIA $1,395
Pear 0.51 N/A D VS1 GIA $1,405
Pear 0.77 N/A J SI2 GIA $1,423
Pear 0.60 N/A H VVS1 GIA $1,426
Pear 0.70 N/A H SI2 GIA $1,547
Pear 0.55 N/A D VVS2 GIA $1,648
Pear 0.78 N/A N SI1 None $1,667
Pear 0.58 N/A D VS2 GIA $1,726
Pear 0.79 N/A I SI2 GIA $1,744
Pear 0.84 N/A N SI1 None $1,757
Pear 0.72 N/A D SI2 GIA $1,840
Pear 1.13 N/A G SI1 Enhancement $1,874
Pear 0.70 N/A D SI2 GIA $1,984
Pear 0.70 N/A E SI2 GIA $1,989
Pear 0.76 N/A F SI2 None $2,050
Pear 0.95 N/A H I1 GIA $2,075
Pear 0.79 N/A D SI2 None $2,093
Pear 0.79 N/A H VS2 GIA $2,184
Pear 1.10 N/A G SI1 Enhancement $2,194
Pear 0.95 N/A K SI1 None $2,221
Pear 0.72 N/A H VS2 GIA $2,243
Pear 0.86 N/A G SI2 None $2,300
Pear 0.76 N/A H SI1 GIA $2,309
Pear 0.76 N/A H VS2 None $2,330
Pear 1.00 N/A G VS2 Enhancement $2,368
Pear 0.96 N/A K VS2 GIA $2,392
Pear 1.23 N/A M SI1 GIA $2,402
Pear 1.08 N/A J I1 GIA $2,411
Pear 0.71 N/A G VS2 GIA $2,464
Pear 1.01 N/A K VS2 GIA $2,492
Pear 0.72 N/A G VVS1 GIA $2,503
Pear 0.90 N/A I VS1 None $2,570
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Scientifically speaking, the round brilliant cut diamond, designed with 57-58 facets, has the most sparkle. Of course, because each diamond is unique, it is still important to take a look at the individual diamond to evaluate its sparkle.  

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Round brilliant cut diamonds look larger than other cuts, largely because much of the diamond’s surface area is captured in the circular shape. Elongated cuts, including oval, emerald, and marquise cut diamonds also make for a larger looking diamond.  

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Diamond color is actually a reference to a diamond’s lack of color, and the less color a diamond has, the higher its color grade. Colorless diamonds are graded D, E, or F. Near-colorless diamonds are graded G-J.

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Diamonds need to be cut into a faceted shaped stones from their rough natural state. First, the selected area must be separated from the rough diamond, either by cleaving, or by using a diamond saw or laser. Next, two diamonds are set onto opposite-spinning axles to grind the diamond into its shape in a process known as bruiting or girdling. Finally, the stone is polished to brilliant perfection.

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London Gold