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  1. slupe
    Rough_Rock

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    by slupe » Jan 10, 2001
    Round Brilliant
    Measures 6.92-6.96 x 4.35 mm
    WT. 1.32 carat
    Depth 62.7%
    Table 57%
    Girdle/slightly thick/thick, faceted
    Culet: None
    Polish & Symmetry- Good
    Clarity - Internally Flawless
    Color Grade- I
    Fluorescence- None
    Is $9500. out of line for this stone?
    Thanks for any help
     
    


    


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    Ideal_Rock

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    by pricescope » Jan 11, 2001
    Hi Slupe,For the Internet this price seems $1,500 higher. Perhaps you've done a search on the Pricescope already. I found GIA certed 1.32-I-IF stone for $7990 that looks better on paper:
    Depth=61.7%
    Table=56%
    Girdle: thin to medium,
    Polish: EXCELLENT
    Symmetry: EXCELLENTHowever if you are buying localy you can expect price to be higher...Does your stone have GIA grading report?leonid
     
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    Rough_Rock

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    by slupe » Jan 11, 2001
    It is GIA certified, and I am buying locally rather than on the net. I appreciate your feedback, and I figured it would be a little higher than an internet price.
     
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    by pricescope » Jan 11, 2001
    Slupe, you're welcome!I guess you've seen the stone and compared it with others. How it's look like? Could you get Sarin measurements for it?L.
     
    


    


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    Rough_Rock

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    by slupe » Jan 11, 2001
    I have compared the stone to others, to me it is perfect. I have seen a few pricier stones with the same look. As for Sarin Measurements??? I have no idea what that is? I'll have to check the web...
     
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    by pricescope » Jan 11, 2001
    The reason I ask is that GIA does not report crown and pavilion angles while these two parameters are crucial for the diamond appearance (brilliance, fire, etc).Sarin measurements give you this information. You might want to check out our tutorial especially about cut. You'll find Sarin related info there as well.
     
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