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cj2011

Rough_Rock
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Jan 25, 2011
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slg47

Ideal_Rock
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I doubt you would see much if any difference between those. Have you confirmed that they are all eye-clean to your requirements?
 

kdn2684

Rough_Rock
Joined
May 3, 2011
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You should ask bob hoskin at WF to analyze the diamonds for you. He's the gemologist there and was a great help to me when I was looking for a diamond.
 

thbmok

Brilliant_Rock
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Jul 30, 2010
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891
I prefer to avoid SI clouds so the D would be my pick. It looks the cleanest from the images as well, but it doesn't hurt to ask WF for confirmation.
 

marcy

Super_Ideal_Rock
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They all look like great performing diamonds my only concern would be if they are eye clean. I am sure you can trust WF to make a judgement call on that for you.
 

adrift02

Rough_Rock
Joined
Apr 18, 2011
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40
I would go with D as well being that it's the cleanest of the bunch. But, it's too bad you have to pay a premium for the D color, E/F is preferable for color/cost.
 

diamondseeker2006

Super_Ideal_Rock
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The stones are going to be almost identical. The only way to choose between them is to find out which one is the cleanest from the top and sides. I'd want whichever one is closest to VS2 and totally eyeclean.
 
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