Like any diamond, the price of a VVS diamond depends on the Cut quality, Color, Shape and Carat Weight. The average price of a 1 Carat VVS1 round diamond with an H-I color is $5,500. The average cost of a 1 Carat VVS2 round diamond with an I color is $5,310.
Are VVS diamonds worth anything?
While VVS diamonds are rare compared to lower clarity grades, they’re still, ultimately, not a good investment. Diamond resale prices are low, and you’re unlikely to sell any white diamond for more than its sticker price.
Are VVS diamonds fake?
Yes, VVS Diamonds are 100% real diamonds.
VVS diamonds are still considered extremely valuable and expensive, second only to Flawless and Internally Flawless grades of diamonds. The kinds of inclusions in a VVS diamond are usually inconsequential things like pinpoints, clouds, internal graining, or feathers.
Is a VVS diamond good?
Sweet sweet perfection. Just shy of the Flawless and Internally Flawless grades, VVS diamonds are basically flawless with a few pinpoints thrown in in nondescript locations. They are one of the highest and most expensive diamond clarity grades.
Are VVS diamonds real diamonds?
VVS diamonds are very very slightly included diamonds, that are undetectable to the naked eye, and only visible under a 10x magnification. Diamonds that have a VVS1 or VVS2 grading have excellent clarity.
Are VVS2 Diamonds good?
What is VVS2 Diamond Clarity? The term VVS stands for Very Very Slightly Included and the VVS2 grade is a very high clarity rating where the diamonds are “almost perfect”. At this grading, inclusions are so insignificant that it is difficult even for a trained gemologist to detect them under 10X magnification.
Is VS1 or VVS1 better?
The VVS1 Diamond costs $1,210 more than the VS1 Diamond. Choosing the VS1 clarity gets you the same result as far as beauty, but costs a whole lot less. You’re better off putting your budget toward the most important diamond feature: Cut quality.