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dymonite

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I looked at a couple diamonds which were labelled Belgian Ideal Cut which came with a grading certificate.

They looked good under the I-Scope and came with a nice laminated cert with Sarin data - only info missing was polish/symmetry.

I ran the data on them with HCA scores of 1.1 and 1.4 - quite impressive!

Who knows anything about this outfit?
Where are they from?
How reliable are they?
Are there the same quality issues as HRD?

Are their colour/clarity ratings reliable?
Could they fudge the Sarin data?
 

dymonite

Rough_Rock
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Yes,

I am in Australia. The certificate is A4 size but no indication of origin. They use their own cut grading system - a bit like AGS (clearly not based on your data or GIAs). They classify the diamond as 'BIC' Belgian Ideal cut if falling within their tolerances.

The sarin data is complete - with star/girdle facet ratios. They rated the diamond as E colour, SI1. Can I presume that they can't be far off in this regard.

BTW who is this Queensland firm? - I might have seen them on the net as wholesalers to retailers and not the public.
 
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