- Jun 17, 2011
Stone-cold11|1308318746|2948303 said:60% table is on the large size but not too large and some prefer it, so down to a personal preference thing.
Sampsonjw12 said:Yes they have an ex Excellent return policy....is it necessarily a given that a 60/60 cut won't have the fire that a smaller table will have? Shouldn't the table be a part of the symmetry rating of the diamond? If Gia gives it an excellent rating whereas say another marks a table % as very good at 60%.
Dreamer_D|1308323015|2948374 said:Stone-cold11|1308318746|2948303 said:60% table is on the large size but not too large and some prefer it, so down to a personal preference thing.
Yes, this is a 60/60 type stone, has "different" optics than a more traditional tolk proportions but many peope like it. It will likely favor brilliance slightly over fire, but that is subtle.
Does the company have a good return policy in writing?
Sampsonjw12 said:Basically I just want maximum fire and brilliance.... Symmetry, polish, and cut are all listed as excellent, but in reading several opinions on table size 60% doesn't figure into that scale of "ideal" I can buy any diamond I want from this vendor, but I just want to get the right one the first time
Sampsonjw12|1308337426|2948553 said:I'm not "stuck" on this vender, but I also have no reason not to buy from him. He seems knowledgeable, and has taken the time to answer all of my questions his prices are on par with most of the other online venders as well.
As far as upgrading... I don't really care, diamonds are not a good investment. The mark up is so high I will never recoup the total cost anyway. I just want to get a nice diamond that I can afford.
I really just wanted opinions based on the specs in the GIA Cert. And wether any of the numbers would adversely affect the look of the diamond