Takara Lab Diamonds - 1.55ct - 2.40ct (!!) ready for sale 8/17

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  1. talk-admin

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    Hi all,
    I'm extremely pleased to announce that a new set of Takara rounds have finished grading and we'll have these ready to sell on 8/17.

    Here are the grading results and pricing:

    Report Number Shape and Cut Measurements Weight Color Clarity Cut Grade Price
    LG_M3A47723 Round Brilliant 7.43mm - 7.52mm x 4.53mm 1.55 D VS1 Excellent $7,680.00
    LG_M3A47731 Round Brilliant 7.71mm - 7.74mm x 4.76mm 1.72 D VVS2 Excellent $9,960.00
    LG_M3A47674 Round Brilliant 7.76mm - 7.78mm x 4.76mm 1.76 D VVS1 Excellent $11,520.00
    LG_M3A47681 Round Brilliant 8.30mm - 8.33mm x 5.08mm 2.13 D VVS1 Excellent $15,646.00
    LG_M3A47709 Round Brilliant 8.63mm - 8.66mm x 5.27mm 2.40 D VVS2 Ideal $18,221.00

    The message board lost the nice formatting but the main point here is that these are all D color and an in a nice spread of sizes.
    All are excellent cut, with the 2.40ct = Ideal cut!

    We believe the 2.40ct is the largest colorless lab grown round diamond available for sale in the world [​IMG]

    You can view the IGI report online here:
    http://www.igiworldwide.com/verify.php?r=LG_M3A47709

    These diamonds are currently showing on our Takara round page but again these won't be ready to ship until we receive from the grading lab.

    But wanted to provide a preview of what's coming as this combination of D color lab grown and in these sizes has never been achieved previously (regardless of what the various Ebay sellers say they can sell you for $100...).

    We've priced these very aggressively - most are coming in at about 1/3 the price of their equivalent mined diamond.

    <a href="https://betterthandiamond.com/products/Takara-Lab-Diamonds-%252d-Rounds.html
    " rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Takara Lab Created Round Diamonds Page</a>

    Best regards,
    Less
     
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  2. wiigal

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    How exciting about the larger sizes! Can't wait for even larger ones to be grown.
     
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    Less, do you think you could ever do a video of an AG vs a Takara lab grown in similar specs? I would be curious to know what they look like compared for those who may on the fence!
     
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    Yes, I have been thinking about something like this but with a mined diamond as well [​IMG]

    Not sure if the video can capture three stones at once though (in an equal manner/detail). After we get the Takara's in we'll ask the photo studio about it.

    Best regards,
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    Oh yay!

    Yes, mined diamond would be great, but the price point on that 2 carat, D color Takara is just incredible.

    BUT so is the price of an AG [​IMG]

    Looking forward to it!
     
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    Very very exciting!!!
     

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