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I agree with you. I am not at all surprised.
Leonid, I'd like to know why you are singling and calling me out when
One other expert(from...
Correct: Numbers alone don't tell the story. In this case the addtional IS image corroborates the first (despite it's tilt and decreased...
In answer to the consumer's question and from the supplied photograph and consistent with the extreme variability in the Triangle facets, as...
Triangle facets minimum to maximum are steep and vary by 9 degrees.
Very good probability that you have serious light leakage here.
Thanks for the clarification.
I am not aware if it is possible to refill the indented inscription
with black after it has...
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The black carbon used to fill the laser etching of the inscription fades within a very short time after purchase and certainly with repeated...
Thanks for the compliment.
Great line, Mara. How true!
GIA does not practically define "out of round" nor does it indicate "out of round" on it's Reports as it does with Crown Angles or other Comments....
6.60-6.50 is not even close to being out of round. Where did you pick up that information?
6mm translates to a .85-.90 carat size. In a 1 ct size, you're getting a diamond with very poor light performance.
Depends. If you're going with Platinum which is a sturdier metal, go with 4 prongs. Gold, go with 6 prongs.
Your other consideration should be...
Thanks for the kind words! Becoming.
We really enjoyed working with you and Judah doing the extra
pics. Glad you like our new Gem Kit. Who knows,...
I'm sure you've got some great pictures
H&A patterning is a nice thing to have and does indicate
a level of diamond-cutting precision but absolutely
does not correlate with light output,...
Very sorry to hear about your situation.
Previous posters are correct about Gemprint.
Gemprinting at purchase gives you added and
I'd recommend that you make "Cut" your first priority.
The better the Cut, the more light coming to your eye,
and the 'bigger' the stone...
International shipping from the States to Europe
is quite simple and fully insured. You are responsible for
applicable GST (VAT) and...
I've had the pleasure of working with Gary Dutton, the owner of Dutton's Diamonds for the past several years. He is a Man of integrity
Be very happy to have you visit with us in our showroom here in NYC.
Don't pay attention to what I say, call for an appt. and let your...
Glad we could be a part of it.
I have to laugh at your selective recall of very recent events,and your attempt to publicly tar us on this forum.
The FACT of the matter,...
The issue here for you, really, is whether your diamond
purchasing decision should be based on the practical
and rational, or, on the...
We show the actual verified (by Gemex Systems),
BScope reports for every one of our listed
Try to get a look at stones with table/depth in the low 70's
and high 60's and compare to the 83/77 you've already seen.
Configuring the metal when it's red-hot.
On Round Brilliants:
Crown angles < 30 deg and Pavillion angles < 40 deg.
Crown angles < 30 deg and Pavillion ang. < 35 deg.
Vatche uses Iridium and Ruthenium, only.
Mostly iridium, and although more expensive than Ruthenium,
gives the finished ring a cleaner, more...
The combination of 79% Table with 5.2 crown height
suggests siginificant light leakage.
Crown heights should be 10%+ and the total...