- Feb 2, 2015
This popped up in my YouTube feed today so I clicked - and this appraiser’s advice surprised me, what are your thoughts?
unfortunately i have a dark inky saphire
its from ...Daisy your sapphire may well be quite valuable; I think the general idea is that the determination isn’t just made on depth of color.
Hi Daisy. I was just making a point and all in all personal preference is what is the most valuable when choosing a gemstone. But in general, dark, inky sapphires should cost less than medium or medium dark, well saturated ones.unfortunately i have a dark inky saphire
ive desided to not watch because im still learning and i don't want, for want of a better expression- to put false positives in my head
I think she is trying to be helpful, but in 3 minutes, you can only cover so much information.Ring settings with a lot of emphasis on metal adornment usually contain mediocre stones?? Buttercup would disagree - do you?
ok maybe I'll watch
Don't let what should be steal your joy for what you love that is.its from ...
......... the mall
all my jewlery is pre me joining PS
i actually still love the shape and style
but it had to be made to measure because i have little sussage fingers
i don't remember the one in the display case being so dark
i should have said something at the time
it might look ok at night
sorry to go off topic