I received this bracelet from my husband after "visiting" it online for a year. Being an appraiser by trade I'm used to stores being very generous when it comes to grading stones in jewelry, however, this bracelet was an exception to that. I thought it was too good to be true, but the grading is good. The diamonds are definitely F-H (in a setting you generally have to give a range), and clarity ranges from VVS2 to SI2 (roughly 3 stones were SI2, the rest were VVS2 to VS1, actually). The only area where this bracelet was off is the number of diamonds. The description says 76, however, there are 69 diamonds. I don't mind this, though. The bracelet is still exactly 7 inches as described, and the diamonds measure 2.4mm mostly (mainly 2.4mm and a few 2.5mm), which is roughly .08 ct on average (being on the conservative side). This would make the bracelet as having an estimated total weight of 5.52ct. If there were 76 diamonds they would be closer to .065ct each, so I really don't mind fewer yet larger stones. The size difference also puts the stones into a different, higher pricing bracket. Even with the lower pricing bracket, though, this bracelet is still being sold pretty much at cost. I'm still amazed how this bracelet is still in stock. The workmanship is very good, sturdy, and it flows well. I really like the hidden safety clasp too as opposed to a safety latch on the side. It's a beyond tremendous value. The only reason I can think as to why someone rated this as 2 stars is to deter others from buying it in the event they were saving up to purchase it for themselves.
I had been looking for a princess-cut diamond tennis bracelet to match my wedding set. I had a price point in mind, and as I researched in stores and on Overstock, I saw this bracelet only received a 2 star rating, with no comments. The grading on the princess cut diamonds were very good (G color, VS2), as princess cut diamonds tend to be of higher quality anyway. I didn't really want to spend the extra $2K for a 6ct bracelet, so I ordered this bracelet, knowing I could send it back if I wasn't happy. I had a similar bracelet in costume jewelry, so I visually had some high expectations. When the bracelet arrived, I didn't even look at it, as it was a Christmas present from my husband. When I saw it on Christmas morning, I was very, very pleased. It is beautiful, and I really have no idea why it was only given 2 stars. The bracelet actually has 64 diamonds, not 71 as described. I asked Customer Service for the gold weight, and am waiting to hear their response. I will get this appraised, and am interested in seeing what a jewelry appraiser determines the replacement value to be. If you have an opportunity to purchase this bracelet don't hesitate. You won't be disappointed.