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PriceScope is the largest Diamond and Jewelry Community with Diamond Search and Comparison Tool, Diamond Consumer Forums and Diamond Guides
PriceScope is the largest Diamond and Jewelry Community with Diamond Search and Comparison Tool, Diamond Consumer Forums and Diamond Guides
PriceScope is the largest Diamond and Jewelry Community with Diamond Search and Comparison Tool, Diamond Consumer Forums and Diamond Guides

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PriceScope is a Premier Diamond and Jewelry Community. Laboratory-Grown Diamonds /Man-Made Diamonds (MMD) For educational purposes only.
PriceScope is a Premier Diamond and Jewelry Community. Laboratory-Grown Diamonds /Man-Made Diamonds (MMD) For educational purposes only.
PriceScope is a Premier Diamond and Jewelry Community. Laboratory-Grown Diamonds /Man-Made Diamonds (MMD) For educational purposes only.

HCA | PriceScope

For a Limited time the HCA is now available free for all stones in our diamond search results.Just click on the HCA column of the diamond. The Holloway Cut Adviser (U.S. Patent 7,251,619) is a rejection tool to help you narrow your search for only round diamonds potential Light Return, Fire, Scintillation and Spread based on the rounded proportion information from a grading report.
For a Limited time the HCA is now available free for all stones in our diamond search results.Just click on the HCA column of the diamond. The Holloway Cut Adviser (U.S. Patent 7,251,619) is a rejection tool to help you narrow your search for only round diamonds potential Light Return, Fire, Scintillation and Spread based on the rounded proportion information from a grading report.
For a Limited time the HCA is now available free for all stones in our diamond search results.Just click on the HCA column of the diamond. The Holloway Cut Adviser (U.S. Patent 7,251,619) is a rejection tool to help you narrow your search for only round diamonds potential Light Return, Fire, Scintillation and Spread based on the rounded proportion information from a grading report.

OldMiner Cut Diamond Prices | Pricing for oldminer Shaped ...

The charts below show current retail diamond prices statistics for oldminer diamonds from the inventories of 15 vendors listed on Pricescope. Each link represents an average per carat price for different color and clarity combinations. Please be aware that cut quality can make a difference in price.
The charts below show current retail diamond prices statistics for oldminer diamonds from the inventories of 15 vendors listed on Pricescope. Each link represents an average per carat price for different color and clarity combinations. Please be aware that cut quality can make a difference in price.
The charts below show current retail diamond prices statistics for oldminer diamonds from the inventories of 15 vendors listed on Pricescope. Each link represents an average per carat price for different color and clarity combinations. Please be aware that cut quality can make a difference in price.

RockyTalky | PriceScope Forum

RockyTalky Issues related to diamond grading (cut, color, clarity, etc), pricing, and settings. Please post only natural diamond related questions and information here.
RockyTalky Issues related to diamond grading (cut, color, clarity, etc), pricing, and settings. Please post only natural diamond related questions and information here.
RockyTalky Issues related to diamond grading (cut, color, clarity, etc), pricing, and settings. Please post only natural diamond related questions and information here.

diamond size VS finger size, what ratio looks best ...

My girl friend has 4.25 finger, it looks like .75 ct diamond is a little big on her hand? But with my budget, I think I can get a 1ct for her. But is...
My girl friend has 4.25 finger, it looks like .75 ct diamond is a little big on her hand? But with my budget, I think I can get a 1ct for her. But is...
My girl friend has 4.25 finger, it looks like .75 ct diamond is a little big on her hand? But with my budget, I think I can get a 1ct for her. But is...

How can you tell if alexandrite is real/natural or lab ...

The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.
The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.
The colour change in fine alexandrite should be from a teal-green in daylight to a rasperry in incandescent light. A lot of 'Alexandrites' - especially the bargain ones in junk shops and the ones left to you by your great grandmother - are in fact synthetic colour-change corundum (sapphires) and tend to be a change from a blue-purple to a purple-pink.

Diamond Price Chart for round diamonds: Prices Update ...

This round diamond price chart shows changes in diamond prices over the past few years for different sizes. Note the price dip late 2008 (the economic crisis) and recent stabilization or even rises; diamonds under 4ct never rose as much nor fell as far.
This round diamond price chart shows changes in diamond prices over the past few years for different sizes. Note the price dip late 2008 (the economic crisis) and recent stabilization or even rises; diamonds under 4ct never rose as much nor fell as far.
This round diamond price chart shows changes in diamond prices over the past few years for different sizes. Note the price dip late 2008 (the economic crisis) and recent stabilization or even rises; diamonds under 4ct never rose as much nor fell as far.

Have you really got an Alexandrite? Read this first ...

Fascinating and wonderful post, LD! I loved reading it, and this part especially intrigues me: 5. If you pick up your normal camera and take a photo of the gem in daylight and the picture resembles what you see with your eyes (ie a green gemstone) then you’re either a very talented photographer OR the gem you have is not Alexandrite.
Fascinating and wonderful post, LD! I loved reading it, and this part especially intrigues me: 5. If you pick up your normal camera and take a photo of the gem in daylight and the picture resembles what you see with your eyes (ie a green gemstone) then you’re either a very talented photographer OR the gem you have is not Alexandrite.
Fascinating and wonderful post, LD! I loved reading it, and this part especially intrigues me: 5. If you pick up your normal camera and take a photo of the gem in daylight and the picture resembles what you see with your eyes (ie a green gemstone) then you’re either a very talented photographer OR the gem you have is not Alexandrite.

Why do my cakes deflate when I take them out of the oven ...

Maisie, you probably aren''t doing anything major wrong. I bake a lot and I''m fairly confident, but this happens to me sometimes too. Worst failure I ever had was a three tier wedding cake- every single tier had to be made twice.
Maisie, you probably aren''t doing anything major wrong. I bake a lot and I''m fairly confident, but this happens to me sometimes too. Worst failure I ever had was a three tier wedding cake- every single tier had to be made twice.
Maisie, you probably aren''t doing anything major wrong. I bake a lot and I''m fairly confident, but this happens to me sometimes too. Worst failure I ever had was a three tier wedding cake- every single tier had to be made twice.
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