May 26, 2014

True Love For A Guildhall Natural Fancy Red Diamond

By   Nicole Snitman, GIA, D.G.   |   Tags:    |   Category: The Guildhall Color Diamond Advisor, Trending

0.48 carats natural fancy red pear shaped VS2 beautiful red diamond

They say “If you love something set it free. If it comes back to you then it was meant to be.” The same can probably be said about magnificent natural fancy color diamonds.

When Paul Wiseman, President of Guildhall Diamonds Inc. acquired a 0.48 carats natural fancy red pear shaped VS2 beautiful red diamond he fell in love with the vibrant color, the elegant shape and the wonderful fire and brilliance that the diamond possesses. It was originally part of his private collection but when he posted it on our website last year, one of his clients loved the diamond and purchased it. Last week an offer was recently presented for the diamond and so he decided to post it on Guildhall’s website to see if there is additional interest in this diamond. Nicole Snitman,DG, AJP author of The Queen of Color Diamonds blog and in-house Diamond Grading Exec at Guildhall Diamonds Inc. thought she would ask Paul a few questions about this rare diamond.

Nicole: I know the diamond is gorgeous, but what is it specifically that drew you to this diamond?

Paul: The color, clarity and the shape are incredible. The body color is so vibrant and rich that it really doesn’t look like a fancy at all.

Nicole: In your mind, what makes red diamonds so special?

Paul: The rarity of course.

Nicole: What type of value would you place on this diamond say, in 10 years from now?

Paul: Easy seven figures.

Nicole: Do you secretly regret selling this special find?

Paul: Of course. It’s always bitter-sweet when you sell diamonds of this calibre. It was from my own collection as you know and it is truly one of a kind diamond. I will probably purchase it back myself.

Nicole: Do you have any other color diamonds in your collection that you will be bringing to the public in the near future?

Paul: Only if I see a diamond that I would like to own, then I may have to let something from my personal collection go.

Who knows if the client will sell the diamond, want to keep it or if Paul decided to buy it back. Either way it will fit into anyone’s collection beautifully.

For more details about this particular diamond including the GIA Grading Report and Independent Appraisal, click here.