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