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They’re not refusing to provide Lab reports, which is the way some of you are acting.
They’re not immediately available, but they’re not refusing...
Whaf a janky setting for a $$$$ stone.
I would have told him not to take the big honkin 1.72 family stone and instead just buy me the .44 superideal bezel that I had really wanted. Or...
Fact: if you want top light performance in an oval, emerald cut, etc it's going to be deep. I don't see a way around that.
So you will need to...
I have an 8mm asscher, but I'm not sure that helps you.
Would need to see pics on a fancy shape.
Honestly, as investments go, yellow diamonds aren't it anyway. David is a known colored stone vendor with a decent policy as far as getting a...
Color is a matter of interpretation and setting style.
I’d take the 6.5 radiant, as I think radiants are most flattering to colored stones.
I’ll put that together for you and unearth the certificate.
Well, if you’re interested in mine, let me know - I was debating selling that one too because I just don’t wear the rounds anymore.
I would agree. I have 5 amora gems in total and the largest has a cut that I don’t love. It’s pretty, but not what I really wanted. My favorite is...
DBL does cups that are open at the bottom. Mine is easy to clean.
I would tell David what look you’re going for and see what he says.
I bet he can make that stone look fancy vivid with a couple setting tricks....
You don’t worry about any of those things when talking about colored diamonds.
David is your man, he looks at these stones all day, I would trust...
None of this cut performance stuff matters if you’re talking about colored diamonds. Color is king.
That said these shades of blue look like they...
As far as I know the patent is expired, but historically these off-basic cuts have not really been profitable (Lucere, Jubilee, POH, branded...
ChrisCZ has OECs down to 3mm. CZ, not moissanite.
I’ve never had a problem communicating with them in the past, but I ordered my Amora gems several years ago now.
She did, and he declined.
Wow. That blue radiant is quite a stone.
Man made diamond, if I recall correctly.
I don't think he works with any outside stones at this time.
I would think a Sarin scan would give this info. I believe that is how the angles are determined in the lab, as well.
Didn’t you decide on moissanite? I imagine the process is different since the AV moissanite ovals aren’t ready yet.
I also downgraded. Kept a 3.12ctw three stone and bought a .52 E/VS2 Tiffany Novo.
Very nice choice on the Harmony. Enjoy!
That's way steep for replating. I've never paid more than $30. The $70 for the stone setting sounds fair, though.
https://www.leibish.com/pink-diamonds/light-brown-pink-pear-36984 honkin' 11x7 with good color.
Here's a 2.20 radiant in a very nice ring already...
I am glad someone else commented on this.
It’s a beautiful ring but I would be very concerned about such a large stone attached by just that one...
Whiteflash vets their stones so if they say it's eye clean, it's eye clean to their standard which I think is 12 inches?
The Expert Selection can...
I think it’s too high. I looked on Leibish and they had some that I would consider comparable that were $85k ish.