1 ct. Round Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring in 18k White Gold £999 by natural diamond via amazon

1 ct. Round Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring in 18k White Gold £999 by natural diamond via amazon

Found 4th Jan 2012
Gets great reviews, looks good . Not sure about RRP but hey.
Product Description
Meticulously crafted in 18k, this exclusive design by NATURAL DIAMOND is available to you directly from the source. This design is featuring a sparkly 0.55ct center stone, graded H-I / I1 natural diamond (not treated in any way) this beautiful piece is available in 14K gold, 18K gold or platinum. If you love the design but prefer a different center stone or would like to have a different design with the same center stone please contact us anytime to receive more options.

Read below to learn about the quality of the main diamond:
H-I Color:
This diamond is colorless to the naked eye but yet has a very affordable price. H-I color is the perfect grade for those of you who are looking to get the highest value for their money.

I1 Clarity:
This diamond has inclusions that can be visible at 10x magnification. If you look very carefully from a close distance you might notice some imperfections but in normal daily use it is considered eye clean and presents a great value for its price.

Round Shape:
The Round Brilliant cut diamond is the most popular diamond shape available today. In addition to being the most popular shape, the round shape results in the strongest light reflections thus offering a beautiful, brilliant stone.

This diamond is accompanied by our Certificate Of Authenticity to ensure the authentication of it. The certificate details the specifications of the jewel and the center stone and is suitable for insurance purposes.
Community Updates
half a carat centre stone
why cold?
i voted hot....has amazing reviews
Not a great price for h grade
Could get more for your money elsewhere, but great if you know nothing about diamonds
You could get platinum for that price
Nothing sais u love her more than buying her diamonds... From the internet?
Clarity of diamond low too
FL/IF Diamonds: Flawless: No inclusions under 10x.
Internally Flawless: None or only insignificant surface blemishes and no inclusions when examined under 10x. Normally, most blemishes can be removed by minor polishing.
VVS1/VVS2 Diamonds: Very Very Slightly Included: Contain minute inclusions that are extremely difficult for an experienced grader to locate under 10x magnification.
VS1/VS2 Diamonds: Very Slightly Included: Contain minor inclusions that range from difficult to somewhat easy to see under 10x magnification. Typical VS inclusions are small crystals, feathers or distinct clouds. In some rare cases, a VS stone can contain an eye visible inclusion.
SI1/SI2 Diamonds: Slightly Included: Inclusions are easily visible under 10x magnification to an experienced gemologist and may be visible with the unaided eye.
I1/I2/I3 Diamonds: Included: Diamonds with significant inclusions.
This is a Marketplace seller with a low sales total, so may not be allowed?
Alternatively you could spend the £999 on beer instead...

This diamond is accompanied by our Certificate Of Authenticity to ensure … This diamond is accompanied by our Certificate Of Authenticity to ensure the authentication of it.

You can trust Honest John the jeweller, right Guv? oO
lol, who on earth would buy a diamond ring like this. I spent months sourcing a diamond for my fiancee ring. Picked one myself after a long time reading about how diamonds are graded and what the important things are to look for when buying them. This ring is, depending on the type of person your buying it for, a waste of money. I'd say buy it, if the person your buying it for means nothing to you.

Please some advise for anyone buying a diamond ring please do your research and if you have the time source ring and diamond yourself. Most high street retailers wont even buy anything higher than a SI-1 diamond which means there over priced and wont get anywhere near a good diamond merchant can on diamonds and price.

PLEASE - do not trust any certificate of Authenticity unless it is a GIA cert because EVERY other cert is not worth the paper its written on. It means nothing and is graded according to the person who looks at it, a EGL D/IF is probably a GIA F/VS1-2. It literally is a waste of money buying a certified diamond not from GIA. The alternative is to buy a non cert diamond that you pick yourself in which case do lots of reading and look at the stone yourself. Also you can clarify if a diamond is a genuine GIA cert by going on the GIA webiste.

If anyone wants any further advise on this please feel free to contact me, i spend alot of time researching diamonds before buying and would be happy to help others out and avoiding the normal pitfalls.

Also just so people know its not about going out and buying a GIA D/IF because it all depends on peoples budgets and taste. But a quick bit of advise 95+% of VS2 diamonds are eye clean meaning people receiving it would not be able to see any difference between a IF and VS2 diamond. There are lots of things to take into account. Also there is also a very small difference in actual GIA cut ratings. So a GIA Excellent cut diamond will generally be an amazing diamond but there will be a small difference in the excellent cuts meaning two similar excellent cut diamonds can have different Fire, Light Return and Scintillation - or 'sparkle' to me and you.

If your thinking of buy a diamond ring and would like my opinion on it just PM me and i'll happily give you some advice.

Edited by: "satty83" 5th Jan 2012
Agreed. I used to sell jewellery. I wanted a diamond pendant, saw one in goldsmiths I liked but was a bad quality stone and was too expensive for what it was. I ended up choosing a good loose stone and getting a setting made up how I wanted it at half the price from a smaller independent jewellers.
I know a lot about diamonds, and i can say that the stone on this ring is rubbish!
That said, the price of £999 is not a bad price considering the setting is 18K white gold
This would suggest that the diamond itself is priced at around £100
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