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  1. backfam
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    by backfam » Feb 6, 2002
    Please let me know your thoughts on this radiant stone.It is very brilliant.
    G.I.A. CERT
    WEIGHT 4.29-COLOR F-CLARITY VS2
    Dims-10.47x 9.01 x5.51 mm
    Depth61.2% Table 69%
    Polish- very good Symmetry- very good
    Fluorescence-none cutlet- none
    Girdle- very thin to slightly thick

    Thank you much




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  2. pricescope
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    by pricescope » Feb 6, 2002
    :lickout: I like it very much! :)
     
  3. Monkey7247
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    by Monkey7247 » Feb 6, 2002
    i concur...it sounds like a nice stone...if you don't mind my asking, how much does a stone that size cost?
     
  4. backfam
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    by backfam » Feb 6, 2002
    Is is too shallow? Are the proportions ggod?
     
    


    


  5. pricescope
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    by pricescope » Feb 6, 2002
    Without knowing at least crown and pavilion angles you cannot tell anything more certain but 61% depth doesn't mean bad. Contrary, diamond has better spread (look larger for its weight). In fact Flanders cut has smaller total depth than average Radiant.

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  6. backfam
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    by backfam » Feb 6, 2002
    Thank you. Is there any way to tell crown & pavilion angles on a Radiant stone without taking it to an independent appraiser? I am new at this:loopy:
     
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    by pricescope » Feb 6, 2002
    Of course. You can ask your vendor to get Sarin or Ogi report for this stone.

    To run a report is a matter of a couple of minutes. However, I would guess you'd like to insure your rock hence you'll need an appraisal anyway...
     
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