thanks so much for your professionalism! do you think it is a fair price?I am guessing www that the proportions of the cut work, so this must be a bright stone (I find this difficult to read in a back lit photograph, although it must be possible to think through the unusual lighting; nts.) There is a clear pattern of reflections, as expected from Ex symmetry (if not quite to be taken for granted.)
D/E SI is an appealing combination to me, with the respective clarity characteristics to be discussed. I can hardly see the feather in the picture & wonder what it might be like in common lighting of course; else, it seems to be contained within the diamond which is what I prefer, unless you can feel it reaching the surface at the edge of the table.
The one thing I would wish to see & it will likely never be possible through photos, is the extent of the 'Surface graining' mentioned in the report. The feather is not large enough to account for the SI2 clrity grade, with it alone, I would expect the stone to be graded SI1, so the reminder is due to the graining that was too faint and extensive to plot, therefore mentioned as a 'comment'.
All in all, I like the stone & hate the picture - it only shows, to some degree, the pleasing, well defined pattern of reflections (optical symmetry), but hides inclusions almost entirely & says nothing about brilliance; this diamond will never be seen this way again - the lighting is beyond frustrating.
I would be concerned with this one. The 41.4 pavilion is a bit too steep, and will likely have leakage.
|Cut Advisor Score 4.5|
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|Cut Advisor Score 1.3|
|GIA/AGS report # :||6207633603|