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Lost and Stolen Specimens0,88 carat rough VVS diamond lost/stolen during postage

4th May 2017 13:48 BSTAlexander Ringel

I won at 31. March a 0,88 carat diamond on an auction on ebay. It was sent at 04 April from Belgium and did not arrive in Germany. So i got refunded. But i would have preferred to have the diamond. I bought already several good stones from the seller, so that its quite sure that the stone is lost on postage.

Its a internally clear and transparent stone with minor inclusions (VS1) and a rough surface and a not common combination of several surface features and crystal faces.



4th May 2017 15:11 BSTJolyon Ralph Founder

If you have been refunded then it would be wrong for people to contact you with any information on this stone, they should instead contact the person selling the stone as it is their property not yours.

Please add their contact information and remove yours, otherwise this post will be removed.

4th May 2017 16:13 BSTAlexander Ringel

I asked the seller about the information. I will add them as soon as i got them.
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