Yes. The HCA is a rejection tool NOT a selection tool. Anything under 2 is worthy of further consideration but a lower score is not better contrary to popular belief.Date: 2/22/2009 8:09:48 PM
thanks silver that was awsome info...does any one know hca score of 1.1 for one stone and a hca score of 1.0 for another is good?
Both beauties! If you are considering them, check SI clarity grades are eyeclean to your standards.Date: 2/22/2009 6:12:49 PM
I hate to be a nerd and point this out to you!Date: 2/22/2009 9:01:11 PM
I read 1.005 and 1.027 -- The difference is .022 carat, i think the 5mm difference will be indistinguishable to the human eye. They both look great on the numbers and this pics, so why not save some dough and go with the I?
Date: 2/23/2009 8:08:29 AM
I hate to be a nerd and poin this out to you!. But the difference is 0.05mm, not 5mm. That'd be half of one-tenth of an mm or in other words, the difference is one-twentieth of an mmm. I do agree that the difference is totally miniscule and not noticeable by the human eye.