DescriptionAlthough most colored diamonds are not as vivid as top colored stones, how many green colored diamonds look like light emeralds? Few but this one does. You don't have to use your imagination to see this green color. This .12 natural hexagonal diamond has received the fancy intense green grade at the GIA Gem Trade Laboratory. This is the most difficult color grade to receive of any of the colored diamonds because of the difficulty of proving natural origin. The diamond has a real cool radiation stain, which proves the color is natural. The stone's clarity is Very Slightly Included (VS). The ultimate collectible for a colored diamond connoisseur.
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