- Mar 2, 2012
doberman|1471802860|4068372 said:Hi Acinom, I want to make a ring. I was thinking of the Adrianna setting by Leon Mege. The setting is for a cushion but it's a chubby oval. What do you think?
doberman said:Sparklesluver, I'm going to assume that's your paraiba in the avatar. Just beautiful!
SparkliesLuver|1471884091|4068647 said:doberman said:Sparklesluver, I'm going to assume that's your paraiba in the avatar. Just beautiful!
It is. Thank you very much! Here's my thread so you can see how included mine is, for perspective: [URL='https://www.pricescope.com/community/threads/creating-my-dream-paraiba-ring.214323/....']https://www.pricescope.com/community/threads/creating-my-dream-paraiba-ring.214323/......[/URL].
doberman|1471795234|4068354 said:When I scanned the qr code for more info, the page I got was overwritten and messy and said can not be determined. Generally I believe the treatment would be listed under treatment on the papers if there was any. The gem stones I've seen that have treatment list the treatment found followed by "scan qr code for more information ". It's annoying. I don't love GIA, I prefer AGS for diamonds and AGL for gems. But this had such glow.
I've louped the stone, to my eye the inclusions don't seem to pose a problem as far as integrity of the stone goes. I paid a fair price for it, and it seems to be a better color than many stones at the same price/size.
ETA I've just spoken to the seller and apparently "color origin not determined" means no treatment other than low heat which is standard for tourmaline. Low heat is hard to detect, so in the absence of seeing melting or fractures this is what is stated.