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  1. storis
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    by storis » Nov 11, 2000
    Could someone please tell me what the quality "Wesselton/Piq." means? We are
    purchasing some jewelry from Holland and this is the name they give for
    quality. Also, the grade is PK? I am not familiar with any of these, could
    anyone please tell me what these terms are equivalent to?
     
    


    


  2. lawmax
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    by lawmax » Nov 11, 2000
    Hi Storis,Wesselton is approximately equivalent to a GIA color grade of "H". Pique is imperfect (inclusions visible to the naked eye).I hope this helps, [​IMG]lawmax
     
  3. storis
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    by storis » Nov 11, 2000
    Thank you! Yes, that does help! Does the "PK" ring any bells?
     
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    by lawmax » Nov 11, 2000
    PK=pique - that's my guess. PK is how the word Pique is pronounced in French.lawmax
     
    


    


  5. storis
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    by storis » Nov 11, 2000
    Got it! Thanks so much! [​IMG]
     
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