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Princess table size (too big?)

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rman

Rough_Rock
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Dec 21, 2002
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I've been looking at a Princess cut diamond the table size seems large but the diamond still looks very nice. It appears larger when compared to bigger diamonds. Here's the specs.
Gia Cert.
Measures: 6.17x6.08x4.42
Weight: 1.38
Depth: 72.7%
Table: 83%
Girdle: Thin to slightly thick
cutlet:none
Polish: very good
symmetry: good
Clarity: vs1
color: H
Flours: none
The Price is $5355...is this a good deal? I'm planning to set it in a platinum setting with trillion side stones. Any feedback would be appreciated, Thanks
 

barry

Shiny_Rock
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Mar 21, 2001
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In general,a 83% is too large and will in result in
minimal light output and maximum light leakage.
There are many factors that are important in
fashioning a beautiful Princess cut; Table % is
but one. Others are Pavilion angle, Pavilion depth,
Crown angle, Crown Height.

You have seen this diamond and like it so you may have
found an exception. If it appeals to you very much, go for it.

Barry
www.superbcert.com
 
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