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I.G.I. CERT. OF AUTHENTICITY (C.O.A.)

Shape/Cut: Round Mod. Brill. Cut*

Measurement: 4.83 - 4.85 x 3.10 MM.

Weight: Est. By Formula 0.45 CT

0.98 TOTAL CARAT WEIGHT

Color: Near Colorless (G-H)

Clarity: SI(1) - SI(2)

Polish/Symmetry: Good/Good

Treatment: None

DESCRIPTION: ONE 14K&PLAT. RING (APPROX. 2.9 DWT.) STAMP "14K PLAT LSC I THE LEO .98", CONT. 3 NAT. DIAMONDS, ROUND MOD BRILL*, EST.TW. 0.98 CTS, 2 AT 0.53 CT.TW. COL: G-H, CLA: SI(1)-SI(2), I SEE ABOVE:

COMMENTS: PREEXISTING INSCRIPTION. "LEO ******". *THE LEO DIAMOND GRADED AS MOUNTING PERMITS. ONE NAT. DIAMOND (NOT GRADED), SET INSIDE THE SHANK. FOR AUTHENTICATION PURPOSES.

 

INTERNATIONAL GEMOLOGICAL INFORMATION A DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

 

PRICE ORIGINALLY LISTED: 3999.00

PAID: 3149.00 BEFORE TAX

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The problem with IGI appraisals is that they estimate and everything. They estimate the weight, the color, the clarity etc. Just not accurate enough and the lab reports are not as stringent as a stone with a GIA lab report. Sounds like a mall price to me.

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