I guess we will start with the bad so the bracelet can redeem its self. I took my new bracelet to my local mall to get it checked out. The jeweler said that the diamonds were genuine, but graded them I-1-I-2. Not the stated grade of IS-1,IS-2. The plastic Luxurman "certificate" that comes with the bracelet does claim a SI-1-SI-2 grade.Also it should be noted these ARE NOT "pave diamonds" or really "round" diamonds. But cut round diamonds. The title is miss leading and should be changed overstock! I am going to take the bracelet to a few other jewelers next week and get their opinions. I will update my review if it differs. Also it should be noted the escapement of the bracelet makes the diamonds look much bigger than they really are. This also allows the diamonds to get maximum light, which is a good thing( it gives them that sparkly pop, which this bracelet does pop!). But you should be aware the diamonds are quite small in reality. It still has that "iced" out look however! I am ok with this, a 600$ bracelet that looks like a 5,000$ one works for me. You just have to look at it as the entry level piece it is. As for the sizing I wouldn't go any smaller, the 4 row bracelet, would be too small for a man and look too feminine in my opinion. On the other hand the 6 row bracelet doesn't really add much for just one more row of diamonds and more money. Thats why I chose the 5 row.The bracelet is stamped 925 for silver, however there is no country of origin stamping. The workmanship is quality however. Overall I didn't give the bracelet 3 stars because its better than that yet it didn't get 5 stars because difference in diamond grades. That why the 4 stars. I do like the bracelet enough to keep it and not try and return it, since its a quality piece of jewelry and the diamonds are real.
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