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1.53 princess cut diamond- to be or not to be?

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kayla17

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HI,
thinking of purchasing a princess cut diamond. It is 1.53 C- E color, VSI clarity, GIA cert., premium cut, no fluorescence or culet, very good polish, good symmetry. Purchasing price is $8000.
 

RockDoc

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Arianna


$8000.00 is a lot of money... Get it checked out BEFORE you pay for it or buy it. This is safe and will give you the peace of mind that you made a prudent purchasing decision.

There is far more that is critical about these shape stones besides clarity, color and pricing.

If the price looks like a bargain, there's usually a reason for it.

Rockdoc
 

trichrome

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Round numbers like 8000 (or 7000, 6000,...) make me feel like
you're paying too much. I prefer prices like 7640$ cause
they really reflect the cost your dealer paid for the stone.

My advice

Trichrome.
 

Jbrobinson

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hey, try to get them to pay tax on it. 8000 is a good price, but no tax would make it great.
 
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