- Oct 6, 2005
To much variation to model it in DC and there is going to be a wide range so the average is going to be off on the report.I think PA is within the ideal range. 40.6~40.9 based on the size of the table reflection and how the mains are behaving.
That is actually exactly what I'm looking for. I was drawn to it because of the super fat arrows. I'll see if I can get the numbers tomorrow.With the super fat arrows it almost looks close to a transitional, but not. I like it, but it's not what I would call a traditional ideal cut.
Nice. If that's what you want then this should work nicely. You should be able to ask them for the cert via chat. They typically send it asapThat is actually exactly what I'm looking for. I was drawn to it because of the super fat arrows. I'll see if I can get the numbers tomorrow.
GIA does try to put diamonds in different cut categories, diamonds have been cut in so many variations that change the #s that work well that if defies any attempt to do so.@Karl_K As I understand it, if it was transitional, it would be designated on the report as a circular brilliant and not be given a cut grade, correct? If it received a very good, it did not meet the specifications to be excluded from receiving a cut grade. Regardless, based on the proportions that yielded a VG, wouldn’t the light leakage have been obvious without the need for images (which, in fact, confirmed it)?
My comment was based on this chart@headlight GIA often grades things as round even when technically it should be graded like a circular brilliant or even an OEC. Not exactly sure why, but it definitely happens. Since the OP was looking for a transitional cut I was hoping this wouldnt have a ton of leakage, but sadly it did.