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wushah

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Hi,

I just purchased the following stone, and I was wondering if someone could give me a graphic of what the ideal-scope would look like? Is their a simulator where I can do it myself online? Not sure how that works.

Also thoughts on the stone please. Thanks ahead of time.


Round Brilliant
Measurements: 8.25 - 8.29 x 5.14 mm

Carat Weight: 2.15 carat
Color Grade: G
Clarity Grade: VS2
Cut Grade: Excellent
Proportions:
Depth: 62.2%
Table: 55%
Crown Angle: 35.0°
Crown Height: 15.5%
Pavilion Angle: 40.6°
Pavilion Depth: 43.0%
Star length: 50%
Lower Half: 80%
Girdle: Medium to Slightly Thick, Faceted (3.7%)
Culet: None
Finish:
Polish: Excellent
Symmetry: Excellent
Fluorescence: None






 

Lorelei

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Date: 4/22/2009 3:32:22 PM
Author:wushah

Hi,

I just purchased the following stone, and I was wondering if someone could give me a graphic of what the ideal-scope would look like? Is their a simulator where I can do it myself online? Not sure how that works.

Also thoughts on the stone please. Thanks ahead of time.


Round Brilliant
Measurements: 8.25 - 8.29 x 5.14 mm

Carat Weight: 2.15 carat
Color Grade: G
Clarity Grade: VS2
Cut Grade: Excellent

Proportions:
Depth: 62.2%
Table: 55%
Crown Angle: 35.0°
Crown Height: 15.5%
Pavilion Angle: 40.6°
Pavilion Depth: 43.0%
Star length: 50%
Lower Half: 80%
Girdle: Medium to Slightly Thick, Faceted (3.7%)
Culet: None

Finish:
Polish: Excellent
Symmetry: Excellent
Fluorescence: None






You could get a simulation with DiamCalc probably or someone might be able to do it for you if they have time, I take it you can''t get an ASET or IS image for the diamond? It looks promising by the numbers.
 

Stone-cold11

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numbers looks good.

Also, there is really no point in running a simulation using this GIA data as the numbers are average and too rounded to be of any use.
 
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