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mfr122887

Rough_Rock
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I have found the following the diamond after scouring the usual sites. The clarity, cut, and hca look good. Should I be concerned about the J color? According to the vendor, the florescence does not impact visual performance. I have attached the GIA cert and a image of the actual stone. I am unsure if a Tiffany style setting or a thin halo would be better (both would be in platinum). What would mask the J color the best? Overall thoughts?

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tyty333

Super_Ideal_Rock
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Have you seen a well cut GIA J stone in person? It will have a tint from the side. I say get the setting that you think your GF would
like. People do halo J colored stones ...you will see a contrast between the main stone and the halo from an angle but it does not
bother some/a lot/most? people who are not color sensitive.

Here are some WF J colored stones in tiffany and haloed.

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mfr122887

Rough_Rock
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I have not seen one in person yet. I was hoping that the platinum and the flouresence would help to hide the warm tint.

When you say from the side do you mean the table from an angle or the actual underside of the stone?
 
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