Hi Max, this is a non-indexed page, so only you can find it.
I’m so glad you joined the many people who are contacting me directly through the Contact Form. As you can see, I’m replying within mere hours. I love helping you find diamonds.
I’ve found what I am 100% confident are two eye-clean diamonds. One is 1-carat. The other is a bit larger than 1 carat, and costing around $6,000. (Actually a little less.)
If you want more recommendations, don’t hesitate to contact me again.
If you wanted a different shape, just let me know via email or the contact form again.
These are truly beautiful diamonds. I talk about each one in more detail below.
Remember: “Eye-clean” is not a gemological grade, but it’s an industry term for a diamond whose flaws are invisible when it is mounted on a ring, worn on a finger, and viewed in natural light from an arm’s length away. It’s subjective, ultimately.
I’m not a gemologist, but I’m an experienced blogger and shopper for diamonds. Also, of course I don’t work for James Allen, but I’m an authorized affiliate blogger for James Allen.
Don’t buy unless you’re ready, but be aware that all diamonds at James Allen are unique. So, someone else could buy any one of these at any time.
(I’m not publicizing these two, Max. On my blog, these are for you, because you requested them personally. I won’t publicize either of these two until after you let me know you’ve purchased, or until after 3 months have passed. But of course anyone shopping at James Allen from anywhere could happen to buy one of them.)
Let me know what you choose! You can’t go wrong with James Allen. It’s true I’m an affiliate. But that’s my 100% honest personal judgment. No one comes close to their prices, service, and selection.
So, here are the diamonds I found for you. Enjoy!
1-Carat, G-Color, SI1-Clarity, Eye Clean, Excellent Cut, GIA-Graded diamond. See the current price. (Should be the same, as I just posted it.)
This is an SI1 diamond, so of course it has flaws. But these flaws are so small, and so gray/white, that they are virtually invisible, even when viewed in James Allen’s magnified imagery. 100% confidence! Also, it’s graded by the GIA, the best lab. The color is G, so it’s mostly colorless. The cut is Excellent, which is the most important grade. This diamond will send out a LOT of fire, sparkle, and light.
1.06-Carat, G-Color, SI1-Clarity, Eye-Clean, Excellent Cut, GIA-Graded. See the current price. (Should be the same, as I just posted it.)
This is another very beautiful diamond. It is slightly larger than 1-carat, as you mentioned in your email that you wanted. It has G-Color, so mostly colorless. It is SI1-Clarity, so it has some flaws of course like virtually all diamonds. However, these flaws are very light. You can see a tiny line of gray across the diamond when you view it carefully using James Allen’s magnified imagery.
However, when this ring is mounted on a ring, viewed at arm’s length in natural light, I’m 100% confident you won’t see that flaw or any of the other very light, very small flaws in it. (You can see them, barely, in James Allen’s magnified imagery, but I’m 100% confident they’ll be totally invisible when viewed at arm’s length.)
Best of all, it is graded by the GIA to have EXCELLENT CUT. That means this diamond will sparkle brightly, giving off a lot of light and fire. In fact, based on that grade, it will be second to none among any diamonds for sparkle and fire.
Like any blogger, I may get a small commission if you buy a product after clicking on it here. It’s at no cost to you, of course. The merchant pays it. It’s a kind of advertising cost for the merchant. Again, it is at no cost to you, of course.