|Eye of Brahma Diamond|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 19 September 2007|
Eye of Brahma diamond. See black
Eye of Shiva Diamond. See nassak
"eye perfect." A term that implies that no internal flaws or surface
blemishes are visible to the eye of a qualified diamond-clarity grader. In practice, it seems to be used mostly to describe stones with imperfections that can be seen only with difficulty by the unaided eye. It is prohibited by the American Gem Society for use by its members. It is also prohibited by the Federal Trade Commission, unless the stone meets the Commission's definition of the term perfect.
See PERFECT, FLAWLESS, EYE CLEAN.
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