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0.4 Carat Princess Cut Diamond

This D Color, SI2 Clarity, Excellent make (cut) certified loose diamond comes with a report from the GIA Certificate.


SKU - 851636

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This 0.4 Carat,Excellent cut,D color, and SI2 clarity Princess shaped diamond is accompanied by a GIA grading report and a Conflict Free Certificate.

SKU 851636
Price 640
Carat 0.4
Shape Princess
Cut Excellent
Color D
Clarity SI2
Depth 69.3%
Table 69%
Polish Excellent
Symmetry Very Good
Girdle Medium-Slightly Thick
Culet None
Fluorescence Medium
Measurements 4.13-4.12*2.85mm.

CUT : Excellent

  • Excellent
  • Ideal
  • Very Good
  • Good
  • Fair

An excellent cut is the rarest cut grade and holds maximum fire, brilliance and scintillation of a diamond. It reflects almost all of the light that enters a diamond and thus generates excellent sparkle.


  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K

D is the highest color grade ascribed to a diamond. It indicates how colorless, transparent or white a diamond is. D grade diamonds are exceptionally rare and hence dominate the price chart.


  • FL
  • IF
  • VVS1
  • VVS2
  • VS1
  • VS2
  • SI1
  • SI2
  • I1
  • I2

Slightly included or SI2 diamonds contain inclusions that are clearly noticeable to a skilled grader under 10x magnification and are also visible to a naked eye when inspected closely. These diamonds provide great value for money.

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Conflict Free Naturals

We assure that our diamonds have not been obtained in violation of applicable National Laws or sanctions by the U.S Department of Treasury’s office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and are not originated from the Mbada and Marange Resources of Zimbabwe.