0.99 (1ct) Carat I/SI1 Round Certified Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring in 18ct Soli White Gold rrp £5997 now £1799 @Diamond Manufacturers amazon - HotUKDeals
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this one has a review and a very good one
arrived early, with a courier, signed for it all good, had it valued at a high street jewllers who vouched for its quality and said id got a real bargain, so i whisked the girlfriend off on hols and she loved it, said yes and we'll be married in the summer, happy days for us
750 Gold
Metal: 18ct White Gold
Material Type: 18ct White Gold
Gem Type: Diamond
Setting: 4 Claw Setting
Ring Size: F 1/2
Resizable: Yes
Number Of Stones: 1
Stone Weight: 0.99 carats
Diamond Information
Stone Shape: Round Brilliant
Minimum Colour: I
Minimum clarity: SI1
Cut: Ideal Cut
Symmetry: Excellent
Polish: Excellent
Fluorescence: None
Minimum Total Carat Weight: 0.99 carats
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31RsriZxePL._SS400_.jpg
#2
wow good timing this will do it for valentines day
#3
ryu2406
wow good timing this will do it for valentines day

she will love you forever wish i could get something like this from my hubby ;)
#5
Get her a £100 Diamonique ring from QVC .....it will look exactly the same :)
#6
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!
#7
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!
your right the one i gor 0.75 carat , si1, colour G , cut excellent , the was £4500 , so this must be a con
#8
This would never retail at £5997, however it's a fair price for what it is.
#9
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!

if your really looking to buy one its certified has a review in which the buyer had it valued and finally you can always send it back for full refund dont think you can go wrong
#10
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!

wrong! just go to Hong Kong, better quality and cheaper...jewellery in this country is laughable
#11
It should say Marketplace Seller as it is NOT Amazon selling it
banned#12
lucky woman...its very pretty
#13
It's cheap because it's I/SI1.
Diamonds graded I look awful! Once you spot the inclusion you'll not be able to look at the ring without seeing it!
banned#14
yozzman1234
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!
your right the one i gor 0.75 carat , si1, colour G , cut excellent , the was £4500 , so this must be a con


you have an si1? LOL

the ring you bought should have cost about £3500/£3000 not £4500 you were ripped off.
#15
silly prices above, try TJC.
#16
0.99 ct is NOT the same as 1ct. Yes they look almots the same, but will never have the same value at sale time, or in the future. Dont fall for it!
#17
I must also add SI1 isnt that great either. Why not buy something smaller but of higher quality?
#18
SIlly people paying huge prices for diamonds, it's a scam, they are common, google it.
#19
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!

oh dear, you could have got a flight to hong kong and had a weeks holiday and paid maybe a 1/3 for a better ring/etc

friend bought their wife a ring 1.25ct 18cgold/maybe also 24cgold+platinum for £1800 about 12 years ago....similar ring in a uk jewellers that was smaller and poorer quality was £9K lol.....and if you think HK jewellers are sheds run by sharks then you are a total muppet

Edited By: royals on Feb 08, 2011 22:53
banned#20
royals
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!


oh dear, you could have got a flight to hong kong and had a weeks holiday and paid maybe a 1/3 for a better ring/etc

friend bought their wife a ring 1.25ct 18cgold/maybe also 24cgold+platinum for £1800 about 12 years ago....similar ring in a uk jewellers that was smaller and poorer quality was £9K lol.....and if you think HK jewellers are sheds run by sharks then you are a total muppet


GIA certified?
3 Likes #21
If you guys are spending £5000 on RINGS, what the hell are you doing on HUKD? This site is for people with money sense.....
#22
1on4
If you guys are spending £5000 on RINGS, what the hell are you doing on HUKD? This site is for people with money sense.....

A valid point now bogof
#23
Because I can!!!
Andrewjacks
1on4
If you guys are spending £5000 on RINGS, what the hell are you doing on HUKD? This site is for people with money sense.....


A valid point now bogof
#24
royals
dgreaves
Must be really cheap quality, there's no way you can get 1ct for that price! My is just over one, and it's not the top quality, still cost over 7000!


oh dear, you could have got a flight to hong kong and had a weeks holiday and paid maybe a 1/3 for a better ring/etc

friend bought their wife a ring 1.25ct 18cgold/maybe also 24cgold+platinum for £1800 about 12 years ago....similar ring in a uk jewellers that was smaller and poorer quality was £9K lol.....and if you think HK jewellers are sheds run by sharks then you are a total muppet


12 years ago?!?! You do realise prices have changed A LOT since then!

I agree that the diamond isn't the best quality, but you can generally only notice this when comparing closely with other diamonds.
Looking at bluenile.co.uk, the price for this size diamond is actually quite good - a 95 point diamond, with similar or less spec starts from over 2k, not including the actual ring, so £1799 is a good price (not sure what prices would be in places like Hatton Gardens, don't see them being able to do much cheaper)

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