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    Gentleman's Diamond, Gold Ring
    The ring features a European-cut diamond measuring 8.34 - 8.53 x 5.48 mm and weighing 2.46 carats, set in 14k gold. A GIA report # 5181630001, dated July 25, 2017, stating L color, SI1 clarity, accompanies the diamonds. Gross weight 8.65 grams.
    Size: 10 (sizeable)

    Property of a Wyoming Collector

    Condition Report*: Diamonds:

    Certified Diamonds:
    Stone: 1
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 5181630001
    Carat: 2.46
    Color: L
    Clarity: SI1
    Shape: European Brilliant


    Overall Condition: Very Good
    Condition Notes: For the distinguished gentleman. Marked 14KP TG. Diamond has a chip and cavity at the girdle. Diamond is very slightly loose in the setting.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    September, 2017
    25th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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