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cardiodo

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JulieN

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Welcome to PS!

Couldn''t open the things; you can upload them here.
 

cardiodo

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The other is too big to upload 1.06 H, SI1 EGL USA heart and arrow cut
Depth- 60.1%
Table- 59%
crown-34.2
pavilion-40.8
cutlet- none
very good polish and symmetry and faint flouro



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diamondseeker2006

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If you are interested in a well-cut diamond, you may want to try to stay within these measurements:

table 54-57%
depth 60-62%
crown angle 34-35
pavilion angle 40.6-40.9
girdle thin, medium, or slightly thick (or combo of those)

Nice pictures of the 4 C''s on this site:

http://www.goodoldgold.com/4Cs/

I''d also personally balance out that high color and low clarity a bit, and maybe look for a G VS2 or SI1.
 

diamondseeker2006

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Yeah, the H is better, but it is not ideal cut. Most people are more comfortable with AGS or GIA certs.
 
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