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Need Help on Assessing Non-ideal GIA

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wei

Rough_Rock
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Sep 10, 2002
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Hi all,

Appreciate if anyone can give me advice on this stone I am considering:
All I have is GIA cert. which gives:

- Shape: Round brilliant
- Measurements: 6.5-6.55 x 3.98
- Weight 1.04
- Proportions
- Depth: 61%
- Table: 59%
- Girdle: Medium to slightly thick, faceted
- Culet: none
- Finish
- Polish: very good
- Symmetry: very good
- Clarity grade: VS2
- Color grade: F
- Fluorescence: none
- Comments:none

What would be a reasonable price for this stone?

Thanks!

wei
 

pricescope

Ideal_Rock
Joined
Dec 31, 1999
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Who told you this is not ideal cut? :) It might be very nice diamond. It all depends on combination of crown and pavilion angles. You might want to check tutorial on this site and ideal-scope.com.

For price indication run a search from Pricescope.com front page for the similar Carat-Color-Clarity and close ranges of the depth and table.
 

wei

Rough_Rock
Joined
Sep 10, 2002
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Hi Leonid,

thanks for the reply. Unfortunately I am in Singapore and not sure where to go to get that detailed information. Can you provide any ideas?


thanks,
wei
 

yeewl

Shiny_Rock
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Hi,
My friend helped me to purchase an idealscope from pricescope in Australia because I was planning to purchase a 0.32 FVS2 loose stone with GIA cert. I find it very useful when looking at loose diamond as it shows you how much light leakage.

Ms Yee
from Singapore.
:twirl:
 
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