Pricescope Upgrade/Maintenance Is Complete.
We still have a few things to iron out. If you see any bugs, issues or have any concerns, let us know here in this discussion.
If it didn't score well don't buy it.Date: 12/30/2006 1:00:46 PM
Looking at a 1.73ct GIA graded I, Si2, 63.7% depth, 58% table, 35.5° crown angle, 41.8° pavilion angle, Final cost $8,700. Good buy or not. Didn't score well HCA. Any thoughts?
You still need to add the diameter to this list so we can tell if the stone is facing up as large as it should. Also, the girdle.Date: 12/30/2006 2:27:36 PM
Thanks guys I''m learning. Found another pleasing to the eye, but still doesn''t fall below 2.0 on the HCA. 1.7ct, J, VS1, GIA, Excelent, Ideal cut. table depth 60.8%, table size 58%, Crown angle, 34.5 degrees, pavillion angle 41.2 degrees? cost of $10,000.
Date: 12/30/2006 2:35:33 PM
How to find diamonds guaranteed to score 2.0 or under:
Near the top of this page click on PRICES.
Select, 'Search by Cut'
Under Cut select Excellent to Excellent.
Enter the rest of your values.
You will see a list of diamonds and even see their HCA scores.