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purchasing small carat diamonds in matched lots

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  1. windward1
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    by windward1 » Dec 5, 2000
    I would like to know where I may purchase 20 princess cut diamonds(ranging from .1 to .07 with a total carat weight of approximately 1.72) and 16 round brilliant cut diamonds (.06 to .03 with a total carat weight of approximately .72) to be used in a platinum engagement ring. The diamonds should be well proportioned, matched, graduated(sizes as listed above), G, SI2. I would like to purchase the stones at the best possible wholesale price.
     
    


    


  2. StevL
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    by StevL » Dec 5, 2000
    I'm not sure who on the net is doing this, but your local jewelers should be able to do this in a reasonable amount of time.I think most online dealers like selling the larger single diamonds, and not have to work to match up the little ones. It can be a very time consuming event.Best of luck, and if you don't find them send me an email, and I'll try to find you a source.Happy hunting....------------------
     
  3. bacon
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    by bacon » Dec 5, 2000
    windward1-Yup the guy setting the diamonds would be the best one to pick your melle.Gary Broadstone in Omaha would be a good choice. Say Joe Bacon sez hi.
    I used to work for him.Ya ever go to M's in the old Market?
     
  4. pricescope
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    by pricescope » Dec 6, 2000
    Steve and Joe, thanks for your insight! Boy, th3re are so many tricks in jewelry! When diamond education more or less is avalable in the web, jewelry seems much more difficult to me!
     
    


    


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