Written by Selkie » May 27th, 2011, 3:02 pm:Another green...that side of the wheel seems to be missing some variety. Do diamonds even come in a natural deeper green than the one on the left?
Written by Dreamer_D » May 27th, 2011, 1:12 pm:AMAZING! Do you have a really pure lemon yellow in there? Or a grape purple? Those are what my eye wants to see perhaps.
Written by platinumrock » May 27th, 2011, 8:57 pm:WOW!!!!! What a surreal FCD collection! They're all so beautiful that I can't even pick a favorite. I honestly don't know what else to add...you have all the colors in the rainbow. This is a once in a lifetime collection, and it definitely shows the rare beauty of nature. Congrats!!!
Written by acebruin » May 27th, 2011, 12:43 pm:is it time for a purple?
Written by TristanC » June 6th, 2011, 1:14 am:People like Kenny make me upset, because prior to seeing them online, i never knew there was a FCD shaped hole in my life... Now there is. Sigh. What was the damage for the little red? I've loved red diamonds since I first found out about them at that celebrated auction.But the very first fancy diamond for me shall be a special stone... looking for a good 50 pointer+ in straight fancy pink (I doubt the old budget can stretch to intense pink), ideally in brilliant cut, or oval/princess. Hope you'll help out if you see one! I know you only hunt the 35 pointers and below for nowVery nice collection Kenny. Seriously gorgeous gems
Written by kenny » April 22nd, 2011, 1:35 pm:Written by mrswahs » April 22nd, 2011, 1:01 pm:What are you planning to do with these pretties? No plans.One or more may make it into one or more rings some day.Picture 15.png
Written by mrswahs » April 22nd, 2011, 1:01 pm:What are you planning to do with these pretties?
Written by kenny » June 6th, 2011, 8:27 am:BTW, may I suggest you consider a brownish pink?Often the brown is nearly invisible (or even completely invisible to untrained eyes) but the price is much lower than pure pink.Nobody would know the brown is there unless you wear the GIA report around your neck. BTW, yesterday I added 2, a blue and a green.Pics soon.
Written by kenny » June 7th, 2011, 12:41 am:Sorry, I have no idea when Leibish's sales are.
Written by TristanC » June 7th, 2011, 1:57 am:Ahhh most excellent. It is interesting though because to me, emeralds and asschers looked flatter and glassier for regular colourless diamonds. As such, I stand with the rest of the general public in desiring the more brilliant cuts before the asschers and emeralds.For some reason I have always been drawn to rounds, but it was always from the perspective of a colourless gem because they have such an amazing fire and sparkle (solasferas are a particular favorite for me, i like the little twinklies more than the big August vintage flashes for example).Is this totally different for FCDs? Frankly, other than yellows I have never handled FCDs, and only seen pinks in a case. Almost all the yellows were radiant cuts too. I understand that the larger facets emphasise the gems colour more though. Personally I love the myriad shapes of your collection... I think if they were all emeralds and asschers it wouldn't be as pretty somehow. But that is subjective For pinks, what do you think of this stone? http://www.fancydiamonds.net/view_diamonds/5183.htmIf it were round, it would be on its way to a new home... I really wish it were round...
Written by kenny » June 7th, 2011, 7:51 am:Written by TristanC » June 7th, 2011, 1:57 am:TL, I didn't know Leibish sold on eBay.I entered Leibish into the eBay search engine and it found nothing.Can you please post a link to a listing?
Written by TristanC » June 7th, 2011, 1:57 am:TL, I didn't know Leibish sold on eBay.I entered Leibish into the eBay search engine and it found nothing.Can you please post a link to a listing?
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