- Dec 14, 2009
What FlyingPig is telling you is that if the GIA were to grade this diamond they would round the numbers for pavilion angle and crown angle differently than this AGSL report. The AGSL report is likely more accurate. Additionally the Cut Grade on this is AGS 0 - This is the highest cut-grade AGSL assigns to a diamond meaning the light performance is probably fantastic.flyingpig|1457726711|4003543 said:If graded by gia, it is either 40.8/35 or 41/35.
Based on the numbers alone, it is not super ideal. But it may have similar light performance as GOG platinum/gold or WF ES/PS stones, which is still beautiful.