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Waltraud Blad
Waltraud Blad • 1 year ago

Diamond Nexus Blog: FAQ- Are Diamond Nexus diamonds real? shown is the Marielle ring

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  • Lucci Orozco

    I love her :)

  • Rebecca Sweet

    Whatever you do don't send real diamonds to them. They broke my center stone and are refusing to replace it with an equal.

  • DiamondNexus

    Ms. Sweet provided an insurance appraisal that states her diamond is a 1.04ct, SI2 Clarity, H color. We then replaced Ms. Sweet’s diamond with an EGL USA certified 1.03ct, SI2 Clarity, H color, diamond. When Ms. Sweet received her ring with the replacement diamond she contacted us and told us it didn’t look the same as her original diamond.

  • DiamondNexus

    She sent her ring back to us and we decided to replace the diamond with 1.04ct, SI1 Clarity, G color, diamond. This second diamond was a grade above the appraisal Ms. Sweet provided us with as well as a grade above the first diamond we set in her ring. At this time, we are awaiting a copy of Ms. Sweet's GIA certificate from her original diamond.

  • Rebecca Sweet

    I agree with everything she said with the exception that the certification is not EGL USA, it is in fact EGL International I've been told is from Egypt or Israel. I have spoken with 3 independent jewelers who all say that EGL grades diamonds much better than they should be. I will be providing a GIA certificate and we'll see what happens then. To be continued....

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