VVS1Very Very Slightly Imperfect (diamonds)
VVS1Very Very Slight Inclusion (gemology)
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Lastly, Legend claims the Classique model has the simplest yet most elegant design, with an in-house developed logo with illuminated VVS1 grade diamonds and hand engravings of the scroll ornaments which required over 35 hours of etching.
Roca (estimate: $1,000,000-1,500,000 / AED3,700,000-5,550,000) and another rectangular-cut, natural Fancy Intense Yellow colour, VVS1 clarity, diamond ring weighing 26.61 carats (estimate: $450,000-500,000 / AED1,700,000-1,800,000).
Diamonds in Blue Nile's, Union's, and Amazon's inventories are graded as flawless (FL, IF), very very slightly included (VVS1, VVS2), very slightly included (VS1, VS2), and slightly included (SI1, SI2).
From beautiful dress watches with 136 full-cut VVS1 diamonds to professional diver's watches that are water resistant to 500m, all Christopher Ward watches are designed in Britain and hand assembled by some of Switzerland's most skilled artisan watchmakers.
Christie's stone is rated VVS1 (very very slightly imperfect) and the estimate represents a relatively low per carat price.
Though internally flawless it is still VVS1 (very, very slightly imperfect 1st degree).
l 11-carat VVS1 G colour diamond and platinum ring pounds 450,000.
They are categorized in different grades that come with symbols like aeF' for flawless, aeIF' for internally flawless and VVS1 for very very slightly included #1), among many others.