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Best Heart and Arrows Round Brilliant under $6,000

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Reader Ted wrote to us asking:

Hi Diamond Advisor, Looking for some help selecting a diamond. I am really impressed with what I’ve read on the Brian Gavin Hearts and Arrows diamond. My girlfriend wants a very simple ring, and they also offer a “Tiffany Style” setting that I really like (in white gold). Brian Gavin Tiffany Style Knife Edge Setting. My total budget is about $5500 – $6000. I obviously want the best diamond for the money – but my head is spinning looking at all of the options available to me. Can you make some recommendations? Appreciate the help!

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Recommendation for 1.20+ Carat Cushion Cut under $6,000

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Recommendation for 1.20+ Carat Cushion Cut under $6,000:

Reader Sylvia wrote to us asking:

Hi, I’m looking for a cushion cut with maximum face up value. I have a budget of 6000.00 and would like a great diamond that is eye clean and near colorless. I also like the chunky look and definitely do not like the crushed ice. I like a symmetrical look much like a white diamond. I plan on using this diamond as a solitaire with no other accompanying diamond. What do you recommend? Should I stay with a G color at VS2? I’d like at least a 1.2 carat if possible since my current setting did house a 1.2 carat round diamond. Any help would be appreciated.

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Advice on Brian Gavin Blue Diamond with Stunning Setting

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Q/A on a Brian Gavin Blue with Crescent Moon Engagement Ring

Reader Raul wrote to us and asked:

Hi Diamond Adviser,

My mind is set on getting a Brian Gavin Blue Diamond and I really like the setting at this link: http://www.briangavindiamonds.com/engagement-rings/pave-and-side-stones/elsie-14k-white-gold-5927w14

I’m happy to get 14k white gold for the metal type since I think the focus is on the diamond anyway – or is it worth ponying up to get 18k white gold or platinum?

My total budget is about $6,000 . If getting 14k white gold for the metal for the setting at $1,790, that leaves about $4,200 for the blue diamond itself. I’m hoping you can recommend an appropriate blue diamond for the engagement ring. Clarity of the diamond is important, but so is the size, so a balance would be great.

Look forward to any insight you can provide. Thanks in advance for your help!

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Best Hearts and Arrows Diamond for $5500 – 1.026 J SI2 AGS Certified Round Brilliant Diamond

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Best Hearts and Arrows Diamond for $5500:

1.026 J SI2 AGS Certified Hearts and Arrows Round Brilliant Diamond

http://www.briangavindiamonds.com/diamonds/diamond-details/1.026-j-si2-round-diamond-ags-104062032017

Many of our readers are captivated with Hearts and Arrows diamonds.  The kaleidoscopic cupid effect is a sure statement of love and a perfect symbol embodied in a diamond.  Add to this a 1-carat diamond and the answer is sure to be “Yes”.  Today’s recommended diamond brings the best of these two.

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  • 1 carat, Hearts and Arrows diamond
  • Budget: $6,000

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Brian Gavin’s Signature Hearts and Arrows collection is a great way to ensure a perfect cut diamond with maximum brilliance.   The diamond hearts pattern has a single heart unlike the others, but once set will be unperceived.  Also, notice the excellent light return shown with the Ideal-Scope image making this eye-clean diamond a great find for the price.

Take a look at the diamond on Brian Gavin Diamonds: AGS 104062032017

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