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Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by Jess, Mar 15, 2002.

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  1. Jess
    Rough_Rock

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    by Jess » Mar 15, 2002
    Does this look too good to be true? Is there any way this diamond @ this price performs well visually (and on HCA)? I know you guys probably get tired of these questions... i hope I am not making you tired! I know you really can't tell without the crown and pavilion angles but if it is a good one, would it be so inexpensive?


    Graded by: GIA
    Shape and Cut: ROUND BRILLIANT
    Weight: 0.80
    Clarity: VS1
    Color: J
    Dimensions: 6.03 x 6.06 x 3.6 mm
    Depth Percentage: 59.6 %
    Table: 60 %
    Crown: %
    Pavilion: %
    Girdle: M-STK FAC
    Culet: N
    Polish: VERY GOOD
    Symmetry: VERY GOOD
    Fluorescence: STRONG BLUE
    Notes:

    Cost Per Carat: $ 2176.20

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    Credit Card Price:
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    $ 1740.96

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  2. lawmax
    Brilliant_Rock

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    by lawmax » Mar 15, 2002
    Hi Jess,

    Don't hesitate to ask questions. :)

    The price does not seem to be out of line. Did you read in the tutorial about the 60:60 fallacy?
    https://www.pricescope.com/tutor_60.asp

    If this is from affordable diamonds, ask for a Sarin report. Also ask them to look at it if they can get it in to check out the strong blue fluorescence. It could be a real plus for the J color as long as the stone doesn't look oily or milky in the sun. It is probably fine.

    :)
     
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