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noob529

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Will my finance be able to tell the difference in size from 1.3ct to 1.5ct?
Are they that different?
 

JohnQuixote

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Date: 4/20/2007 11:31:38 AM
Author:noob529
Will my finance be able to tell the difference in size from 1.3ct to 1.5ct?
Are they that different?
It depends. What are the measurements in mm?

A man weighing 130 lbs and one weighing 150 lbs may be the same height - but looking down on them from the top there will be a difference in width.
So it is with diamonds. We need to know the measurements to answer.
 

diagem

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Date: 4/20/2007 12:03:12 PM
Author: JohnQuixote

Date: 4/20/2007 11:31:38 AM
Author:noob529
Will my finance be able to tell the difference in size from 1.3ct to 1.5ct?
Are they that different?
It depends. What are the measurements in mm?

A man weighing 130 lbs and one weighing 150 lbs may be the same height - but looking down on them from the top there will be a difference in width.
So it is with diamonds. We need to know the measurements to answer.
Good one John....
 

neatfreak

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IMO, if they are sitting next to each other, unset, you will be able to see the difference.

Once set, I''m not so sure, and once you aren''t comparing DIRECTLY I am even less sure that you could tell a difference...

I guess it depends on how important having a 1.5 carat is to you ultimately.

But that is just my opinion.
 
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