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GIA India - is this junk? | PriceScope Forum

I am seriously considering a stone (or at least seeing it on 30 day approval) that has a GIA Indai certificate. I spoke to one jeweler about this who told me that GIA india is junk and the stone's ratings are inflated.
I am seriously considering a stone (or at least seeing it on 30 day approval) that has a GIA Indai certificate. I spoke to one jeweler about this who told me that GIA india is junk and the stone's ratings are inflated.
I am seriously considering a stone (or at least seeing it on 30 day approval) that has a GIA Indai certificate. I spoke to one jeweler about this who told me that GIA india is junk and the stone's ratings are inflated.

Has anyone used Good Old Good to buy a diamond, need ...

Hi there. I have been speaking with Good Old Gold regarding buying a Asshcher diamond. We are now at the stage where I need to pay a deposit so they...
Hi there. I have been speaking with Good Old Gold regarding buying a Asshcher diamond. We are now at the stage where I need to pay a deposit so they...
Hi there. I have been speaking with Good Old Gold regarding buying a Asshcher diamond. We are now at the stage where I need to pay a deposit so they...

Diamond looks dark and cloudy | Page 2 | PriceScope Forum

This means, in the entire 180-degree hemisphere, the sun is one tiny point light source occupying 1/360th of the area a diamond is trying to "look" for light. So while you see the (very) bright sparkles such a small bright light source creates, confinement to only a half-degree limits what the diamond finds to give-back. 2.
This means, in the entire 180-degree hemisphere, the sun is one tiny point light source occupying 1/360th of the area a diamond is trying to "look" for light. So while you see the (very) bright sparkles such a small bright light source creates, confinement to only a half-degree limits what the diamond finds to give-back. 2.
This means, in the entire 180-degree hemisphere, the sun is one tiny point light source occupying 1/360th of the area a diamond is trying to "look" for light. So while you see the (very) bright sparkles such a small bright light source creates, confinement to only a half-degree limits what the diamond finds to give-back. 2.

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

Differences in Sarin and AGS??? | Page 4 | PriceScope Forum

Date: 8/20/2006 4:04:14 PM Author: Mara Date: 8/20/2006 3:55:55 PM Author: diamondseeker2006 I really sorry, but as an outside observer, it looks to...
Date: 8/20/2006 4:04:14 PM Author: Mara Date: 8/20/2006 3:55:55 PM Author: diamondseeker2006 I really sorry, but as an outside observer, it looks to...
Date: 8/20/2006 4:04:14 PM Author: Mara Date: 8/20/2006 3:55:55 PM Author: diamondseeker2006 I really sorry, but as an outside observer, it looks to...

National Gemological Laboratories? | PriceScope Forum

Has anyone here heard of National Gemological Laboratories, Inc.? I can''t seem to find any info on them, but a jeweler I am considering buying from offers a certificate from them.
Has anyone here heard of National Gemological Laboratories, Inc.? I can''t seem to find any info on them, but a jeweler I am considering buying from offers a certificate from them.
Has anyone here heard of National Gemological Laboratories, Inc.? I can''t seem to find any info on them, but a jeweler I am considering buying from offers a certificate from them.

Does anyone not like the arrows in a H&A diamond | Page 3 ...

I have the above mentioned transition stone and also a H&A stone. I love both equally; one for the precision cut, the other for the mosiac pattern....
I have the above mentioned transition stone and also a H&A stone. I love both equally; one for the precision cut, the other for the mosiac pattern....
I have the above mentioned transition stone and also a H&A stone. I love both equally; one for the precision cut, the other for the mosiac pattern....

True Hearts - Technical discussion | Page 3 | PriceScope Forum

Date: 8/2/2008 6:38:35 PM Author: DiaGem So to my humble understanding the H&A criteria is not well defined[img]? So why such a looong argument?[img]...
Date: 8/2/2008 6:38:35 PM Author: DiaGem So to my humble understanding the H&A criteria is not well defined[img]? So why such a looong argument?[img]...
Date: 8/2/2008 6:38:35 PM Author: DiaGem So to my humble understanding the H&A criteria is not well defined[img]? So why such a looong argument?[img]...

Consolation money to the "losing" jeweler? | Page 3 ...

We did discuss doing a custom setting, whether I bought a stone from him or not, so that's positive, and he said the source for the 1.52 has already sold it if I don't buy it, that he's not going to send it back to the source, but to the new owner, if I choose not to buy it, again, for $20,022 (that's with tax).
We did discuss doing a custom setting, whether I bought a stone from him or not, so that's positive, and he said the source for the 1.52 has already sold it if I don't buy it, that he's not going to send it back to the source, but to the new owner, if I choose not to buy it, again, for $20,022 (that's with tax).
We did discuss doing a custom setting, whether I bought a stone from him or not, so that's positive, and he said the source for the 1.52 has already sold it if I don't buy it, that he's not going to send it back to the source, but to the new owner, if I choose not to buy it, again, for $20,022 (that's with tax).

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.
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