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Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by Zyperiris, Oct 10, 2001.

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  1. Zyperiris
    Rough_Rock

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    by Zyperiris » Oct 10, 2001
    I am still learning about diamonds..I jsut read that perhaps the EGL lab is not that reliable.Can someone give me some info on this diamond? .65
    6.94 X 4.61x 3.08depth-66.70
    Table-62.00
    crown-10.70
    pavillion-43.90%
    girdle-Ex.thick Faceted
    cutletFinish-good
    symmetry-goodClarity VVS2
    color fPrice about 2800.00??
     
    


    


  2. webz
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    by webz » Oct 10, 2001
    I'm hoping based on those measurements that this is either an emerald or a radiant cut stone???A little on the pricey side.
     
  3. Zyperiris
    Rough_Rock

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    by Zyperiris » Oct 10, 2001
    No it is a marquise
     
  4. Zyperiris
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    by Zyperiris » Oct 11, 2001
    Hey nobody with opinions here?
     
    


    


  5. oldminer
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    Trade

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    by oldminer » Oct 11, 2001
    It is a not a geat make (cut) for a marquise. It is too deep and has too heavy a girdle. You can get more looks for your money with a better cut..------------------
    David Atlas
    Accredited Gem Appraisers
     
  6. Zyperiris
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    by Zyperiris » Oct 11, 2001
    Thanks David..We had been told that so many marquises are too thin..that I should look for one that is stout. This one is stout..LOL..but it is very twinkly...I just wondered..Well, I wish I had found this site before..Here I have been thinking I was soooo smart.... But I do think I did better than just going to a mall jeweler. I can see with my eye that so many diamonds in these places look like Avon fake jewelery.
     
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