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2 princess cut stones...opinions needed on numbers alone...w/in

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vandelay101

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Hey guys...

I realize when dealing with princess cuts it''s best to judge with a side by side comparison. However just for the sake of argument, I have two stones I''m looking at, little difference in price. Based on numbers alone which do you think would be the better stone.
Princess .54ct, G, vvs1, depth% 70, table%68, floure none, girdle is medium to slightly thick.
Dimensions: 4.59x4.50x3.15

OR

Princess .58ct, G, VVs2, depth 69%, table 70%, floure none, girdle is thin to medium.
Dimensions:4.65x4.55x3.14

I wish I knew the crown height%, but these are both GIA stones. The smaller stone is around $150 cheaper. Is this due to the clarity, because they both have good enough clarity for me, but I prefer a larger stone. I heard it is best to have a table less than the depth of the stone, however this is not true for the larger stone. The table and depth are pretty equal.

Thanks,

Robert O.
 
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