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Margarw

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Looking at this. price is 4127.00. any beware of''s or thoughts? i am especially interested in if this will "appear" to be over a carat - i have a poorly cut one carat that "appears" to be about 85 points, b/c it is so heavy. thanks all!

Item Number: 409628-6268951
Shape: Round
Weight: 1.22 Carat
Cut Grade: Very Good
Color Grade: K
Clarity Grade: VS2

Laboratory: GIA
Certificate No: 15151582
Measurements: 6.99-7.03x4.07mm
Depth: 58.1%
Table: 63%
Girdle: Thin to Medium
Culet: NONE
Polish: VERY GOOD
Symmetry: : VERY GOOD
Fluorescence: NONE
 

JulieN

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Report Type: GIA Diamond Grading Report


Date of Issue: May 12, 2006


Round Brilliant


Measurements: 6.99 - 7.03 x 4.07 mm


Carat Weight: 1.22


Color Grade: K


Clarity Grade: VS2


Cut Grade: Very Good


Proportions:


Depth: 58.1 %


Table: 63 %


Crown Angle: 33.5°


Crown Height: 12.5 %


Pavilion Angle: 40.6°


Pavilion Depth: 43 %


Star length: 50 %


Lower Half: 85 %


Girdle: Thin to Medium


Culet: None


Finish:


Polish: Very Good


Symmetry: Very Good


Fluorescence: None





Comments: Surface graining is not shown.


Yes, it''ll look about 1.3.
 

kcoursolle

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I think this stone is too shallow with too big of a table personally. However, if you like it that''s what counts.
 

swingirl

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I had a poorly cut stone that was too deep and had an extra thick girdle. Once I realized this, it really bothered me. I had it recut. Now it weighs less since some of the weight had to be lost in the recut. But it is a much prettier stone, better cut, looks almost the same size as before and I actually want to wear it again. Consider having your deep one recut if it bothers you. Unless of course you are able to trade it in for an upgrade.
 

DBM

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certainly a spready stone. if it doesn''t exhibit a fish eye you''ll definitely be gaining the advantage of looking big without too much sacrfice (of course it wont'' be an ideal cut but it''s a trade-off for the "spreadiness").

I don''t suggest putting a K color into a white metal. YG would be better IMO
 
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