People who viewed this item also viewed

Diamond Grading Report
This diamond is certified by GIA. This provides you an authoritative analysis of your diamond. It also verifies that your diamond meets all the specific quality requirements.
0.94-Carat Radiant Diamond
This diamond comes accompanied by a diamond grading report from the GIA. Have a question regarding this item? Our specialists are available to assist you.


Measurements: 5.87x5.41x3.41
Price $5,798
Wire Price $5,624
Report GIA
Color D
Clarity VVS1

ORDER Now FOR DELIVERY BY Sunday, August 28
Ground and Overnight delivery is available on all orders once your item is ready for shipping.

Orders under $5,000 are processed online with major credit cards.

Orders over $5,000 are processed with telephone and bank wire option.

More Details
Type White Diamond
Shape Radiant
Report GIA
Carat 0.94
Color D
Clarity VVS1
Measurements 5.87x5.41x3.41
Lab Cut Grade
Polish Excellent
Symmetry Very Good
Table % 67.0
Depth % 63.1
Crown %
Crown Angle
Ratio 1.09
Pav Angle
Pavillion %
Culet N
Fluorescence None

1 similar GIA Graded Diamonds
Shape Sku Carat Color Fancy Color Clarity Lab Cut Grade Depth Table Polish Measurement Cert Price View
RadiantRadiant R89-005-B-B-B 0.94 D VVS1 63.1 67.0 Excellent 5.87x5.41x3.41 GIA $5,792.28 View Detail

About Your Yadeger Diamonds

The international unit of weight used for measuring diamonds and gemstones, 1 carat is equal to 200 milligrams, or 0.2 grams. A specific measurement of a diamond's weight, carat weight alone may not accurately represent a diamond's visual size

We recommend considering carat weight along with two other influential characteristics: the overall dimensions and the cut grade of the diamond.


Excellent: Our most brilliant cut, representing roughly the top 1% of GIA diamond quality based on cut. The highest grades of polish and symmetry allow it to reflect even more light than the standard ideal cut.

Ideal cut: Represents roughly the top 3% of AGS diamond quality based on cut. Reflects nearly all light that enters the diamond. An exquisite and rare cut.

Very good cut: Represents roughly the top 15% of diamond quality based on cut. Reflects nearly as much light as the ideal cut, but for a lower price.

Good cut: Represents roughly the top 25% of diamond quality based on cut. Reflects most light that enters. Much less expensive than a very good cut.

Fair cut: Represents roughly the top 35% of diamond quality based on cut. Still a quality diamond, but a fair cut will not be as brilliant as a good cut.

Poor cut: Diamonds that are generally so deep and narrow or shallow and wide that they lose most of the light out the sides and bottom. Yadeger Diamonds Fine Jewelry does not carry diamonds with cut grades of poor.


Color refers to a diamond's lack of color, grading the whiteness of a diamond. A color grade of D is the highest possible, while Z is the lowest. Yadeger Diamonds Fine Jewelry only sells diamonds with a color grade of J or higher.

Color manifests itself in a diamond as a pale yellow. This is why a diamond's color grade is based on its lack of color. The less color a diamond has, the higher its color grade. After cut, color is generally considered the second most important characteristic when selecting a diamond. This is because the human eye tends to detect a diamond's sparkle (light performance) first, and color second.
At Yadeger Diamonds Fine Jewelry, you'll find only the finest diamonds with color graded D-J. Diamonds graded J or better are colorless or near-colorless, with color that is typically undetectable to the unaided eye.

Your Diamond Detail

Clarity is a measure of the number and size of the tiny imperfections that occur in almost all diamonds. Many of these imperfections are microscopic, and do not affect a diamond's beauty in any discernible way. Much is made of a diamond's clarity, but of the Four Cs, it is the easiest to understand, and, according to many experts, generally has the least impact on a diamond's appearance. Clarity simply refers to the tiny, natural imperfections that occur in all but the finest diamonds.

Gemologists refer to these imperfections by a variety of technical names, including blemishes and inclusions, among others. Diamonds with the least and smallest imperfections receive the highest clarity grades. Because these imperfections tend to be microscopic, they do not generally affect a diamond's beauty in any discernible way.

Your Diamond Detail