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Radiant Cut diamond advice

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  1. scmclaug
    Rough_Rock

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    by scmclaug » Jul 2, 2001
    I am looking to get a radiant cut diamond for an engagement ring in the next month. Was hoping someone could give me advice on this diamond if there is anything I should be concerned about.It seems to be fairly close to the AGA international trade cut but I am not sure ...I have found this diamond:Graded by: GIA
    Shape and Cut: RADIANT
    Weight: 1.95
    Clarity: VVS2
    Color: F
    Dimensions: 6.74 x 7.41 x 4.62 mm
    Depth Percentage: 68.5 %
    Table: 68 %
    Girdle: M-STK
    Culet: N
    Polish: EXCELLENT
    Symmetry: VERY GOOD
    Fluorescence: NONE
    Price: 12500Thanks!
    steve
     
    


    


  2. pricescope
    Ideal_Rock

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    by pricescope » Jul 2, 2001
    Hi Steve,Yes, you are right, the table and total depth are belonging to 2B AGA class.I don't see anything wrong with these numbers. It seems that this diamond is listed in the web for about $12000.
     
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    Ideal_Rock

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    by pricescope » Jul 2, 2001
    Well, dimensions or length to width ratio is the matter of personal taste. In this case it's about 1.1. AGA charts for Radiant suggest Length/Width ratios as preference onlyMedium to Slightly Thick girdle is ok. It should be less than 5% - nothing close to 10%
     
  4. scmclaug
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    by scmclaug » Jul 2, 2001
    Does the dimensions/aspect ratio look to be of high quality? I thought I saw something that said 10% girlde height or more and I am not sure how to determine that from the certificate.Thanks again
    steve
     
    


    


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