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  1. aislingmaire
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    by aislingmaire » Apr 14, 2002
    Hello, I have been having a little debate w/ myself over diamonds that goes something like this:
    Fancy! Round! Fancy! No Round! ad nauseum
    What I would like to know is how accurately the bscope displays the color dispersion. Do H+A's, SuperbCert's and 8*'s really look bold like a sunset or are the colors more tame in real life?
    Thanks
    Jackie S.:read:
     
    


    


  2. Garry H (Cut Nut)
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    by Garry H (Cut Nut) » Apr 14, 2002
    Whaaaa?
    No idea what your question is about?

    Perhaps you could do a search here about the Brilliancescope.
     
  3. lawmax
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    by lawmax » Apr 14, 2002
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    On 4/14/2002 1:50:16 AM

    Hello, I have been having a little debate w/ myself over diamonds that goes something like this:
    Fancy! Round! Fancy! No Round! ad nauseum
    What I would like to know is how accurately the bscope displays the color dispersion. Do H+A's, SuperbCert's and 8*'s really look bold like a sunset or are the colors more tame in real life?
    Thanks
    Jackie S.:read:
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    If you are asking if extremely well-cut diamonds look in natural lighting just like they appear in the BS images, the answer is no. The BS does not use normal lighting conditions.
     
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  5. lawmax
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    by lawmax » Apr 16, 2002
    You're welcome! :bigsmile:
     
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