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Aren't what is now marketed as "chocolate" diamonds formerly unmarketable "dirty" unsaleable, inferior diamonds?

I find it difficult to believe that you put such a positive spin on what was once considered a defective, inferior stone.

When my husband was purchasing rings, for me, over the years, he knew that these dirty diamonds, should not be put in jewelry or marketed and sold at good jewelry counters.

Incredible, that your marketing people should put such a psutive slant on those inferior stones.

Just using a marketing ploy.

I look forward to your response.

Mary F. Murray

Product or Service Mentioned: Le Vian Ring.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Preferred solution: Just an acknowledgement.

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Mary... whose the bigger fool.

The one who marketed "dirty" brown stones from the ground or the one who marketed clear stones from the ground?

Maybe the biggest fool is the one who actually believes any type of diamond actually means anything other then "that's a pretty stone".

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