1.27 carat awesome topographical raw diamond
Type of Stone : Diamond
Shape : Freeform
Carats : 1.27
Measurements : 6.64 x 5.2 x 3.90mm
Color : E - white with a slight natural coloring that is difficult for the eye to detect
Description : This is a really cool diamond, it's oblong and interestingly constructed with tiny hills and valleys along its smoothed surface providing light and sparkle. The shape is almost like a tapered rectangle, but the surface of the stone is uneven so it is a bit amorphous, but beautiful in that way. along a couple edges are some tiny wisps of matter hidden between the layers of stone, this has an amazing effect giving reference to the origins of the stone, but they are not visible enough to darken the appearance of the stone, they must be found by peering closely and studying the raw diamond. It's a very interesting and beautiful piece that will be a conversation starter.
Source : DTC (the Diamond Trading Company) which has modern, well overseen mines in Namibia, South Africa, Botswana and Canada. At these mines there is no child labor, no slave labor, no mining in national parks, the communities and environment around the mines are protected, and workers are paid a fair wage.
Certifications : This stone was traded between borders completely in keeping with the Kimberley Process and is therefore conflict-free and does not finance violence by rebel groups seeking to undermine legitimate governments anywhere on earth.