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B&M - Black Opal doublet? What?! | PriceScope Forum

I’m not an opal expert, but from your photos, that looks like a solid opal to me, not a doublet. I see some dark potch on the back, but it’s not a solid piece covering the entire back of the stone as a doublet would. Therefore, I suspect this confused your jeweler, who probably is not that familiar with opals, hence the doublet comment.
I’m not an opal expert, but from your photos, that looks like a solid opal to me, not a doublet. I see some dark potch on the back, but it’s not a solid piece covering the entire back of the stone as a doublet would. Therefore, I suspect this confused your jeweler, who probably is not that familiar with opals, hence the doublet comment.
I’m not an opal expert, but from your photos, that looks like a solid opal to me, not a doublet. I see some dark potch on the back, but it’s not a solid piece covering the entire back of the stone as a doublet would. Therefore, I suspect this confused your jeweler, who probably is not that familiar with opals, hence the doublet comment.

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Show me your M, N, O colored diamonds! | Page 2 ...

The wonder of nice, well cut M,N,O colored diamonds is how INEXPENSIVE they are compared to an F color. I know of a 6.03ct N-VVS1 that is only $86,000 total and 6.02 F-VVS2 that is $91,906 PER CARAT for a total of $553,632.
The wonder of nice, well cut M,N,O colored diamonds is how INEXPENSIVE they are compared to an F color. I know of a 6.03ct N-VVS1 that is only $86,000 total and 6.02 F-VVS2 that is $91,906 PER CARAT for a total of $553,632.
The wonder of nice, well cut M,N,O colored diamonds is how INEXPENSIVE they are compared to an F color. I know of a 6.03ct N-VVS1 that is only $86,000 total and 6.02 F-VVS2 that is $91,906 PER CARAT for a total of $553,632.

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

Firstly your ring is lovely (I'm a sucker for a marquise cut!) so whatever it turns out to be it's gorgeous and an heirloom with sentimental value. From everything you've said, I'm leaning away from it being an Alex and thinking more that it's a synthetic vanadium laced corundum.
Firstly your ring is lovely (I'm a sucker for a marquise cut!) so whatever it turns out to be it's gorgeous and an heirloom with sentimental value. From everything you've said, I'm leaning away from it being an Alex and thinking more that it's a synthetic vanadium laced corundum.
Firstly your ring is lovely (I'm a sucker for a marquise cut!) so whatever it turns out to be it's gorgeous and an heirloom with sentimental value. From everything you've said, I'm leaning away from it being an Alex and thinking more that it's a synthetic vanadium laced corundum.

Show me your M, N, O colored diamonds! | PriceScope Forum

I actually wanted to make a "M/N and lower" thread but didn't want to use "and lower" because I think all color grades are beautiful, just in different ways. Now I'm kicking myself for not just calling it "M-Z" I think they're so fascinating and in some ways unpredictable... depending on lighting, or how they're set.
I actually wanted to make a "M/N and lower" thread but didn't want to use "and lower" because I think all color grades are beautiful, just in different ways. Now I'm kicking myself for not just calling it "M-Z" I think they're so fascinating and in some ways unpredictable... depending on lighting, or how they're set.
I actually wanted to make a "M/N and lower" thread but didn't want to use "and lower" because I think all color grades are beautiful, just in different ways. Now I'm kicking myself for not just calling it "M-Z" I think they're so fascinating and in some ways unpredictable... depending on lighting, or how they're set.

My daughter is not in her senior yearbook ...

I'm assuming that the e-files sent to the printer are still in the school's or publishing company's possession & that the yearbook advisor or someone else on staff is savvy enough to reconfigure the pages that need to be corrected. I'm very sorry that this happened.
I'm assuming that the e-files sent to the printer are still in the school's or publishing company's possession & that the yearbook advisor or someone else on staff is savvy enough to reconfigure the pages that need to be corrected. I'm very sorry that this happened.
I'm assuming that the e-files sent to the printer are still in the school's or publishing company's possession & that the yearbook advisor or someone else on staff is savvy enough to reconfigure the pages that need to be corrected. I'm very sorry that this happened.

Show me your rings with J, K, L colored diamonds ...

Inspired by the beauty of HDer's 2 carat ring, I have decided to look further into darker colored diamonds. I need ideas for settings that go well with those specific diamonds. I won't reach 2 carats myself, I'm looking towards 1.25 to 1.50. All shapes welcomed!! Oh, and thank you in advance for posting your ring's specs.
Inspired by the beauty of HDer's 2 carat ring, I have decided to look further into darker colored diamonds. I need ideas for settings that go well with those specific diamonds. I won't reach 2 carats myself, I'm looking towards 1.25 to 1.50. All shapes welcomed!! Oh, and thank you in advance for posting your ring's specs.
Inspired by the beauty of HDer's 2 carat ring, I have decided to look further into darker colored diamonds. I need ideas for settings that go well with those specific diamonds. I won't reach 2 carats myself, I'm looking towards 1.25 to 1.50. All shapes welcomed!! Oh, and thank you in advance for posting your ring's specs.

Hollow to Hem | PriceScope Forum

I''ve heard some, uh, unfortunate stories with hollow-to-hem, so I personally think you are really at a safe length with a bit of wiggle room in either direction. At least, as someone who personally couldn''t walk in 4-5" heels. Hopefully it will be perfect but you''ll still be beautiful in 2-2.5" heels if it comes to that.
I''ve heard some, uh, unfortunate stories with hollow-to-hem, so I personally think you are really at a safe length with a bit of wiggle room in either direction. At least, as someone who personally couldn''t walk in 4-5" heels. Hopefully it will be perfect but you''ll still be beautiful in 2-2.5" heels if it comes to that.
I''ve heard some, uh, unfortunate stories with hollow-to-hem, so I personally think you are really at a safe length with a bit of wiggle room in either direction. At least, as someone who personally couldn''t walk in 4-5" heels. Hopefully it will be perfect but you''ll still be beautiful in 2-2.5" heels if it comes to that.

M Color diamond??? Good??? Okay??? | PriceScope Forum

M COLOR This is from a thread that was posted in the last two weeks. The poster said that her ring was an M color. This is the only time that I have recalled seeing an M on this forum. I think that if you put an M next to a G you will see a SIGNIFICANT difference. Same thing with a J and an M. I''ve seen some really nice J''s in platinum though.
M COLOR This is from a thread that was posted in the last two weeks. The poster said that her ring was an M color. This is the only time that I have recalled seeing an M on this forum. I think that if you put an M next to a G you will see a SIGNIFICANT difference. Same thing with a J and an M. I''ve seen some really nice J''s in platinum though.
M COLOR This is from a thread that was posted in the last two weeks. The poster said that her ring was an M color. This is the only time that I have recalled seeing an M on this forum. I think that if you put an M next to a G you will see a SIGNIFICANT difference. Same thing with a J and an M. I''ve seen some really nice J''s in platinum though.

European Cut Diamond Prices | Pricing for european Shaped ...

The charts below show current retail diamond prices statistics for european 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 european 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 european 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.
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