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Mr3Rs

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Is this princess a good stone? GF likes princess cut but I found this round stone a better choice so I need an expert to help me look at the pros and cons for these two. Thanks so much.

Round: Princess:
Measurements: 5.82 - 5.87 x 3.54 mm Measurements: 5.16 x 5.13 x 3.23 mm
Carat Weight: 0.72 Carat Weight: 0.71
Color Grade: G Color Grade: G
Clarity Grade: VS2 Clarity Grade: VS2
Cut Grade: Very Good
Depth: 60.6 % Depth: 63.0 %
Table: 56 % Table: 78 %
Crown Angle: 34°
Crown Height: 15 %
Pavilion Angle: 40.8°
Pavilion Depth: 43 %
Star length: 50 %
Lower Half: 80 %
Girdle: Very Thin to Thin, Faceted Girdle: Medium to Thick
Culet: None Culet: None

 

Lorelei

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Welcome to PS


I am not an expert, you can tell who the pros are here usually, most of us are just informed consumers with a passion for diamonds!
However, I will try to start you off with the round diamond. This one looks as if it could be a good performer, but watch that girdle, very thin to thin might possibly be a durability issue, especially on the very thin part. If you are considering purchasing it, I would get an expert to look at it and advise you.
 
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