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 Post subject: 24 CT SINGLE NATURAL BLACK DIAMOND
PostPosted: Wed Apr 10, 2013 11:40 am 
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We have a BLACK NATURAL DIAMOND weighed of 24.01 CARATS with ROUND BRILLIANT CUT.
My friend has this diamond, we tried to sell this diamond but people try to cheat.
We dont know where to value or sell, we need to know the REAL VALUE of the diamond as we need to sell it.
Please help us we are in Chennai, India. The diamond is in Pondicherry 180 km from Chennai in my friend's house.
This is REAL.
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Is the black natural or the result of being irradiated?


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Black Natural...u can see that in the certification also.


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facets edges look quite rounded...

depth: opaque??

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If I had interest in buying the stone, I would feel more comfortable if the stone had a GIA cert. from New York or Carlsbad.

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The report you have on the stone refers to the stone being a natural diamond.
I do not see any reference as to whether it has been treated. Am I missing something?
I, too, would prefer a report fro AGL, GIA, AIGS, Gubelin, etc.

A stone such as this is hard to value as there are few comps. You might try contacting Bonham's Natural History Department and ask what they feel a diamond of this sort would realize in their auction.
http://www.bonhams.com/departments/NAT/


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I pasted the url of the certificate picture in the browser, and funny enough I saw more half naked Indian ladies on that webpage than details on the certificate itself..

In any case, for a succesfull sale this certificate will really not help you much unless its GIA, HRD or IGI.

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