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Please help if this princess cut diamond looks to be a good purchase.

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Charmed

Shiny_Rock
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Please let me know if I should be concerned about the following princess cut diamond I found on the internet:

Carats: 0.86 Laboratory Certification: GIA
Color: E Shape: PR
Clarity: VVS1 Price Per Carat: 3864.00
Depth: 75.10% Table: 75.00%
Girdle: STK-THK Culet: N
Polish: VG Symmetry: GD
Fluorescence: NON Dimensions: 5.12X5.10X3.83
Price: $3,323.00

I was particularly looking for a perfect square which this is. I just wanted to check on the STK-TK girdle. I know to stay away from extn-tn. I was ideally looking for a medium, but this would be safe. Please let me know, this would be the only concern I would have.

Thank you in advance for your help!
 

geo10000

Rough_Rock
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Hello Charmed, this certainly is a "square" shape and also "investment quality" in regards to color and clarity.

The cut falls into class 2b standards because of overall depth percentage, table and girdle thickness. This stone would weigh out at approximately .75ct if it was cut to better standards.

I feel the price quoted is a good price for this stone.

Have it looked at by an independant appraiser to go over other possible concerns such as crown/pavillion angles etc...

Good Luck!


George
 
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