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antique pear shaped diamond 1.28 carat

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lexpanther

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can anyone help me i am looking at a 1.28 carat pear 1860''s era shaped diamond at an antique shop they are saying appraisel is 14 thousand and selling for 8 thousand and willing to take 7 thousand what do you think of the price and it is CAN funds? Are they way off?
 

Richard Sherwood

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Hi Lex. Welcome to the forum.

In order to get an informed opinion on whether or not the diamond is a good deal, you'd need to post as much of the following information as you can gather:

Name of lab providing info, or if "in-store" analysis
Length, width & depth measurements
Color
Fluorescence
Clarity
Characteristics of inclusions
Length to width ratio
Total depth percentage
Table percentage
Crown height
Crown angle
Pavilion depth
Pavilion angle
Girdle thickness
Culet size
Symmetry
Polish
Description of mounting

A picture is always nice too. A good one can be worth a thousand words.
 
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