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sophiapetrillo

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I have been in love and drooling over this setting since I first saw it on here a few years ago. The time has come and I'm trying to make it happen through a local jeweler. They found this Diamond for me but I'm clueless other then knowing the 4 "c"s. Thoughts? Good/bad? I'm not having the shank/head rhodium plated so it will be the darker finish but I'm open to suggestions.

Thx in advance for any advice!!!!!

ETA: GIA REPORT NUMBER 1156153722

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sophiapetrillo

Rough_Rock
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Thanks for responding!!!!! Can you tell me why that is about Old Mines? Or point me in the right direction to research? I appreciate it!!!!! Will work on getting pics.
 

diamondseeker2006

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The only diamonds that can be chosen with relative safety by numbers on a report would be modern round brilliants (and we prefer images of the stones and light return images with those). The grading reports are helpful to know color, clarity, and weight for pricing purposes, but no fancy cut or antique stone can be evaluated without magnified photos.
 
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