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Canadian2

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Hi , I was considering this diamond which is a 0.642crt with a AGS000 rating. There is also a Sarin report issued which shows slightly different values than the AGS report. Which report would be the most accurate to judge the cut? Here are the numbers from the AGS lab: .642 crt. ; F ; VVS1 ; 5.52 - 5.56 -3.42mm ; Table 55% ; Depth 61.7% ; Crown angle 34.0 deg. ; Pav. angle 40.8 deg. ; Girdle 0.9 - 1.6% ; Culet pointed ; Fluor. Inert. The Sarin report issued gives slightly different values for: Total depth at 3.42mm or 61.9% ; Table 54.7% ; Girdle 0.7 -1.6% (Girdle avg. 1.3%) and Culet very small 1.1%. I was wondering about the total depth percentage of this diamond, is it okay? Also would the girdle size be okay for a prong type seting? Would this be a good diamond to buy? Any information would be greatly appreciated!
 

pricescope

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AGS also uses Sarin. There is always certain level of measurement errors.

I think the measurements are very close. I don't think you should worry about it. Do you know what model Sarin has been used: BrilliantEye or Diamension? The first is less accurate.
 
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