Post # 1
Someone is selling this loose stone on craigslist. They are asking $1500 for it. What do you think?
Post # 3
@ChellFish22: You have no way of knowing what the stone is unless you meet them at a jewelry store and have it appraised. That appraisal could belong to any stone. They could have already sold 20 stones using the same appraisal.
Post # 4
@julies1949: I didnt even think of that. I would definitely meet them to have it appraised, but using the same cert for multiple stones is a sneaky thing I bet someone would do!!
Post # 5
I would not buy a stone off of craigslist.
Too good to be true = probably not true!
Post # 6
- Wedding: April 2013 - A court...
Seems too good to be true. Though, I second pp, maybe see if they’ll meet you at a jewelers to have it appraised?
Post # 7
@ChellFish22: Doesn’t “clarity enhanced” mean filled? Also “J” is pretty warm.
Post # 8
@FauxPas2012: That was my next question. And j is a little too warm for me. Not going to contact them, just curious if it seemed lgeit to anyone or if we all agreed it was a little sketchy lol
Post # 9
It’s clarity enhanced….don’t do it. It can also make the stone more fragile.
Post # 10
I definitely don’t reccomend buying clarity enhanced, keep looking
Post # 11
@ChellFish22: With the color being a J, and it being “clarity enhanced”, I wouldn’t risk it.
Post # 12
I wouldn’t buy a stone off craigslist.
Post # 13
The table on it is GIGANTIC. Bad cut and clarity enhanced. Probably not worth it.
Post # 14
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle
I definitely would avoid a clarity enhanced stone. That’s probably why it’s so cheap. Those a filled with glass I think to give them higher clarity ratings. If it’s enhanced and is an SI3 then it was probably really included.
Post # 15
The price is good, that’s about it.
Post # 16
@ChellFish22: Sounds sketchy to me. I wouldn’t risk it.