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Due to long delays with our Amora enhanced Moissanite production and a very long waiting list, we are now offering a limited number of independently pre-screened and graded Forever Brilliants for those who are unable to wait for an Amora enhanced Moissanite.
By applying pre-screening and independent grading, up to 80% of regular Forever Brilliants are rejected due to poor cutting or excessive tinting or poor cut, and are not sold under our certified program. Thus, we can assure you that you are purchasing the 'best' available Forever Brilliants, along with an independent grading report to validate it.
These certified Forever Brilliants are sold at the minimum allowable price for Forever Brilliants and include pre-screening, grading and certification. Each one ships with an independent grading report for cut and color.
These are all 'new' rough from Cree (also termed 'FB2' for 2nd generation Forever Brilliants), and screened to ensure that only 'Good' cuts are offered and only K color. We eliminate any green tinted stones during the pre-screening and grading.
This level of screening results in the following rejection rates versus 'luck of the draw', or standard, Forever Brilliants:
1ct rounds - only 1 out of 5 is a good cut (80% rejection rate).
1.25ct rounds - only 2 out of 5 is a good cut (60% rejection rate).
1.5ct rounds - 3 out of 5 is a good cut (40% rejection rate).
2.0ct rounds - 5 out of 5 is a good cut (100% acceptance so far)
2.70ct rounds - 2 out of 2 is a good cut, but 1 out of 2 is K color (rejected for color, 50%).
The majority of rejected Forever Brilliants are 'fair cut' and exhibit 'fisheye' effect.
In the 9mm, some are K color and rejected due to excessive tinting. We do not offer these for sale under this certified program, they are returned to the distributor.
Below is an example of the grading report that ships with our certified Forever Brilliants in the round brilliant:
Your purchase will ship with the independent grading report, the Forever Brilliant stone, and the Charles and Colvard certificate of authenticity and limited warranty.
Here is an example of a rejected Forever Brilliant (K color round brilliant) :