Terms and Conditions
1. Cannot be applied retroactively to purchases made before 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday 1/11/17.2. Cannot be combined with any other discounts, besides normal Wire Discount.3. All bank wire payments and checks must be received by end of business day, Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017 otherwise price will revert to original listed bank wire price.4. Brian Gavin Signature Diamonds include - Signature H&A or Blue, Round, Cushion or Princess Diamonds. Offer is not valid on "Black by Brian Gavin"5. To receive discounts - purchase must be made online, and both diamond and setting must be purchased6. Discount does not apply to settings7. Special offer only good until 5 pm CST, Friday 2/10/17
8. 8% includes 3% wire dscount for wire and check payments, receive 5% off for credit card and Paypal.
It may have been a while since I posted anything in Catch of The Day. But as soon as I got news of this sale I knew I would have a lot of happy readers. Brian Gavin Diamonds seem to be the diamonds almost everyone wants. I sure am glad to have discovered them in my search for the best places to buy diamonds. Here’s your chance to take advantage of not only a discount on a Signature Cut diamond, which is about as rare as you can get, but it is on a cushion diamond which seems to be one of the most sought after cuts at the moment. Click here to view the coupon code at Brian Gavin Diamonds website.
Cushion cut diamonds are the diamond of choice for many savvy diamond buyers.
Due to the form of a diamond, cutting the diamond into a round shape results in some loss of mass. There are plenty of advantages to buying a round diamond, such as being able to buy a diamond that is of a lower color grade without noticing the difference. However not everyone wants to go for a lower color grade.
If you want a higher color grade then princess (which is essentially the square cut), asscher (also called emerald cut), or cushion cut would present a very attractive option. Less diamond has to be chipped away to make these shapes as they are much closer to the original shape of the diamond when it is initially mined. The image seen here is what a natural diamond looks like when unearthed. The most frequent process applied is to cut this rough diamond into two. Any final shape that is somewhat square will save more of the diamond from getting cut away. ‘This can often result in a lower cost per carat. The round brilliant shape has the best light performance, but there are a few diamond cutters who manage to make the other shapes also perform extremely well.
This diamond was one of 32 diamonds added to the Brian Gavin inventory today.
After looking over each one’s images and grading report I felt that I should place this one here as our Catch of The Day.
All of Brian Gavin Diamonds are in a class of their own, as everything coming from Brian Gavin Diamonds just stands out as being so perfect. When looking over all the new inventory I felt like they are all finalists in a beauty contest. However I consider this particular one to be outstanding and not only the top performer, but representing the best value.
I have highlighted the characteristics which make this diamond exceptional, and the ASET image also indicates that this diamond is truly magnificent.
With actual photos of the diamond in high resolution you get to see exactly what the diamond looks like.
Don’t expect to find high resolution photos of diamonds at every jewelry seller’s website. Of the hundreds of thousands of diamonds for sale, only a small percentage get photographed like this. The majority of the time buyers have to make do with stock photos, and one has to read through the diamond certificates to get an idea of how nice the diamonds are.
This 0.783 carat E color VS2 Select Cushion Cut Diamond can be seen in the image above. And the best aspects are its cut, which even though cushion cut diamonds do not get a mention of cut grade on the grading report, the ASET shows how much brilliance can be seen in this diamond, confirming that it is an Ideal cut. Also of note is the color (E, very rare!), and its VS2 clarity which would require 30x magnification to see any inclusions! All in all an ideal diamond for a lovely engagement ring.