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karenxuan

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I am considering buying this I color VS2 medium blue fluorescence diamond. How does the Ideal Scope image looks?

crown angle 35
pavillion angle 40.8
table 58
depth 61.9

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karenxuan

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Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481075368|4105299 said:
It looks like a good stone with a very strong back light source.
Are these two pics have a more proper back light? How does this diamond look to you? By "good" do you mean worth buying if price is right? Or it is really good? Thank you.

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Garry H (Cut Nut)

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When the black stars are silvery grey there is still too much light from behind. Even in a perfectly proportioned diamond there is about 13% of the light coming from underneath the stone in the black star region. So if the start is silver grey then you are pumping too much into the back.
It is a very nice stone. Bad lighting
 

karenxuan

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Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481090789|4105328 said:
When the black stars are silvery grey there is still too much light from behind. Even in a perfectly proportioned diamond there is about 13% of the light coming from underneath the stone in the black star region. So if the start is silver grey then you are pumping too much into the back.
It is a very nice stone. Bad lighting
I love you for giving responses so fast. :love: This is a triple ex 4.12 carat GIA diamond priced at USD 49500. What do you think of the price?
 

karenxuan

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Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481090789|4105328 said:
When the black stars are silvery grey there is still too much light from behind. Even in a perfectly proportioned diamond there is about 13% of the light coming from underneath the stone in the black star region. So if the start is silver grey then you are pumping too much into the back.
It is a very nice stone. Bad lighting
Here is an ASET image if that helps to determine the value of the diamond. I am so addicted to these cool scopes now :angel:

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Garry H (Cut Nut)

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karenxuan|1481093643|4105329 said:
Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481090789|4105328 said:
When the black stars are silvery grey there is still too much light from behind. Even in a perfectly proportioned diamond there is about 13% of the light coming from underneath the stone in the black star region. So if the start is silver grey then you are pumping too much into the back.
It is a very nice stone. Bad lighting
I love you for giving responses so fast. :love: This is a triple ex 4.12 carat GIA diamond priced at USD 49500. What do you think of the price?
It looks great in the ASET too, but still a bit much light - put some copy paper between the light source.
I am a trader and can not comment on prices
 

karenxuan

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Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481154003|4105497 said:
karenxuan|1481093643|4105329 said:
Garry H (Cut Nut)|1481090789|4105328 said:
When the black stars are silvery grey there is still too much light from behind. Even in a perfectly proportioned diamond there is about 13% of the light coming from underneath the stone in the black star region. So if the start is silver grey then you are pumping too much into the back.
It is a very nice stone. Bad lighting
I love you for giving responses so fast. :love: This is a triple ex 4.12 carat GIA diamond priced at USD 49500. What do you think of the price?
It looks great in the ASET too, but still a bit much light - put some copy paper between the light source.
I am a trader and can not comment on prices
Really appreciate your response!
 
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