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hearts and arrows cushions--anyone own one?

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    by KristyDarling » May 24, 2006
    WS -- I''ve never heard of such a thing. [​IMG] I thought the H&A pattern is only possible through the way that 58 facets are arranged in a round brilliant cut stone. Then again, I know there are H&A squares so I''m confused. [​IMG]
     
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    by windowshopper » May 24, 2006
    On GOG''s site they are referred to as SQUARE H & A--the GIA reports linked call them cushion brilliants................i am considering many (blah) options right now............Tim from GOG has one available an H VS2--3.09 square H & A..............it actually is very appealing but they are sick expensive!
     
    


    


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    by Mara » May 24, 2006
    there are a few people who have square H&As on here, but you may want to do a search for them or look in the SMTR or something because i don't know that the few who have them would see this thread. if you are into that squareish round H&A look i would imagine they'd be stunning. the pictures we have seen are beautiful.
     
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    by windowshopper » May 24, 2006
    thanks--i found one doing just that!
     
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