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Rose cut diamond melee for 18k rose gold wedding band ...

But there's a 2018 Yelp review that suggests the Yelper was a retail customer, not in the trade. Manak jewels: Rose Cut Diamonds | Old Mine Diamonds | Flat Cut Diamonds | Cushion Cut | MANAK JEWELS Revived back in trade by Manak Jewels, Rose Cut & Old Mine Diamonds have become a universal focus of fine designer jewelry. This early type of old ...
But there's a 2018 Yelp review that suggests the Yelper was a retail customer, not in the trade. Manak jewels: Rose Cut Diamonds | Old Mine Diamonds | Flat Cut Diamonds | Cushion Cut | MANAK JEWELS Revived back in trade by Manak Jewels, Rose Cut & Old Mine Diamonds have become a universal focus of fine designer jewelry. This early type of old ...
But there's a 2018 Yelp review that suggests the Yelper was a retail customer, not in the trade. Manak jewels: Rose Cut Diamonds | Old Mine Diamonds | Flat Cut Diamonds | Cushion Cut | MANAK JEWELS Revived back in trade by Manak Jewels, Rose Cut & Old Mine Diamonds have become a universal focus of fine designer jewelry. This early type of old ...

Help Replacing Lost Wedding Ring? | PriceScope

Help Replacing Lost Wedding Ring I am hoping for help finding an affordable replacement for my lost and uninsured wedding ring. On March 7th, I cleaned my wedding/engagement ring along with my mother’s wedding band and was drying them in a napkin. That’s the last thing I remember. Something...
Help Replacing Lost Wedding Ring I am hoping for help finding an affordable replacement for my lost and uninsured wedding ring. On March 7th, I cleaned my wedding/engagement ring along with my mother’s wedding band and was drying them in a napkin. That’s the last thing I remember. Something...
Help Replacing Lost Wedding Ring I am hoping for help finding an affordable replacement for my lost and uninsured wedding ring. On March 7th, I cleaned my wedding/engagement ring along with my mother’s wedding band and was drying them in a napkin. That’s the last thing I remember. Something...

What's going on with GOG? | Page 2 | PriceScope Forum

Below is a photo of two diamonds, but the interesting thing is that they are the exact same diamond: I'm presenting this to show you how sensitive the technologies are. Just the slightest tilt can throw the entire symmetry of the image off. The photo I took earlier in this thread (the blue Hearts image) was taken by hand and on my cellphone.
Below is a photo of two diamonds, but the interesting thing is that they are the exact same diamond: I'm presenting this to show you how sensitive the technologies are. Just the slightest tilt can throw the entire symmetry of the image off. The photo I took earlier in this thread (the blue Hearts image) was taken by hand and on my cellphone.
Below is a photo of two diamonds, but the interesting thing is that they are the exact same diamond: I'm presenting this to show you how sensitive the technologies are. Just the slightest tilt can throw the entire symmetry of the image off. The photo I took earlier in this thread (the blue Hearts image) was taken by hand and on my cellphone.

Been Wondering When This Would Happen - Lawsuit Over ...

The suit says that the stone’s diamond grading report was from EGL International, the Israeli lab that the suit claims “is widely known to overstate the qualities, and consistently the value, of the diamonds it grades.” A month later, the diamond received a GIA report that said it was a J SI2, worth about $16,000 on the Rapaport list.
The suit says that the stone’s diamond grading report was from EGL International, the Israeli lab that the suit claims “is widely known to overstate the qualities, and consistently the value, of the diamonds it grades.” A month later, the diamond received a GIA report that said it was a J SI2, worth about $16,000 on the Rapaport list.
The suit says that the stone’s diamond grading report was from EGL International, the Israeli lab that the suit claims “is widely known to overstate the qualities, and consistently the value, of the diamonds it grades.” A month later, the diamond received a GIA report that said it was a J SI2, worth about $16,000 on the Rapaport list.

AGA Certification | PriceScope Forum

Could you give me your opinion on an AGA certification? I'm deciding between two stones of extremely similar specifications - one with an AGA cert and the other with a GIA cert. The AGA-certified stone is approximately $1,100 cheaper. I'm wondering if the certification is the reason for the...
Could you give me your opinion on an AGA certification? I'm deciding between two stones of extremely similar specifications - one with an AGA cert and the other with a GIA cert. The AGA-certified stone is approximately $1,100 cheaper. I'm wondering if the certification is the reason for the...
Could you give me your opinion on an AGA certification? I'm deciding between two stones of extremely similar specifications - one with an AGA cert and the other with a GIA cert. The AGA-certified stone is approximately $1,100 cheaper. I'm wondering if the certification is the reason for the...

Tiffany CUT (round brilliant) | PriceScope Forum

The diamond would be more valuable in a TCo setting than out. A non-branded setting would not sell the same, and subject to taste in look and quality, so your PS stones, would likely be unset from whatever mounting you so laboriously worked to get. ... The simplicity is universal and the quality upholds that. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews ...
The diamond would be more valuable in a TCo setting than out. A non-branded setting would not sell the same, and subject to taste in look and quality, so your PS stones, would likely be unset from whatever mounting you so laboriously worked to get. ... The simplicity is universal and the quality upholds that. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews ...
The diamond would be more valuable in a TCo setting than out. A non-branded setting would not sell the same, and subject to taste in look and quality, so your PS stones, would likely be unset from whatever mounting you so laboriously worked to get. ... The simplicity is universal and the quality upholds that. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews ...

UDL Certification | PriceScope

I would advise you stick with GIA or AGS certified diamonds. spankster Rough_Rock. Joined Feb 2, 2008 Messages 28. May 14, 2008 #3 it seems it stands for Universal Diamond Laboratory in Houston Texas. They are graduate GIA gemologists. Status Not open for further replies. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest ...
I would advise you stick with GIA or AGS certified diamonds. spankster Rough_Rock. Joined Feb 2, 2008 Messages 28. May 14, 2008 #3 it seems it stands for Universal Diamond Laboratory in Houston Texas. They are graduate GIA gemologists. Status Not open for further replies. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest ...
I would advise you stick with GIA or AGS certified diamonds. spankster Rough_Rock. Joined Feb 2, 2008 Messages 28. May 14, 2008 #3 it seems it stands for Universal Diamond Laboratory in Houston Texas. They are graduate GIA gemologists. Status Not open for further replies. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest ...

Transparency in diamonds vs. strong fluorescence ...

(I'm a fan of blue fluorescence in diamonds- You can see in this photo that the strong blue fluorescence of my oval doesn't impair the transparency of the diamond in sunlight) The center diamonds in the photos are a follows: 2.65 Oval (F color) with strong blue fluorescence, 2.31 Rd (H color) No fluorescence, 1.35 Rd (G color) No fluorescence.
(I'm a fan of blue fluorescence in diamonds- You can see in this photo that the strong blue fluorescence of my oval doesn't impair the transparency of the diamond in sunlight) The center diamonds in the photos are a follows: 2.65 Oval (F color) with strong blue fluorescence, 2.31 Rd (H color) No fluorescence, 1.35 Rd (G color) No fluorescence.
(I'm a fan of blue fluorescence in diamonds- You can see in this photo that the strong blue fluorescence of my oval doesn't impair the transparency of the diamond in sunlight) The center diamonds in the photos are a follows: 2.65 Oval (F color) with strong blue fluorescence, 2.31 Rd (H color) No fluorescence, 1.35 Rd (G color) No fluorescence.

Ring Sizing Dilemma: Leading Edge? | PriceScope Forum

At Tiffany's we measured the middle of the shank if it was a wide-ish one. I didn't realize mandrills aren't standardized, dumb. MC is right, to think about whether summer weather causes your fingers to swell -- a couple of my rings are uncomfortable in the heat, a couple others kind of tilt in winter.
At Tiffany's we measured the middle of the shank if it was a wide-ish one. I didn't realize mandrills aren't standardized, dumb. MC is right, to think about whether summer weather causes your fingers to swell -- a couple of my rings are uncomfortable in the heat, a couple others kind of tilt in winter.
At Tiffany's we measured the middle of the shank if it was a wide-ish one. I didn't realize mandrills aren't standardized, dumb. MC is right, to think about whether summer weather causes your fingers to swell -- a couple of my rings are uncomfortable in the heat, a couple others kind of tilt in winter.

Diamong Grading #4 Clarity & AA Color?? | PriceScope

These diamonds fall in the normal color range. A diamond that is said to have 'fine color' has little or no visible coloration. The less color, the higher the value. In the D-Z color range, a D color diamond will always be more valuable than other diamonds, when all other factors – clarity, carat weight, and cut – are equal.
These diamonds fall in the normal color range. A diamond that is said to have 'fine color' has little or no visible coloration. The less color, the higher the value. In the D-Z color range, a D color diamond will always be more valuable than other diamonds, when all other factors – clarity, carat weight, and cut – are equal.
These diamonds fall in the normal color range. A diamond that is said to have 'fine color' has little or no visible coloration. The less color, the higher the value. In the D-Z color range, a D color diamond will always be more valuable than other diamonds, when all other factors – clarity, carat weight, and cut – are equal.
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