- Apr 30, 2005
No, what I was trying to say was there can be variances as we know with each, so the images are the proof of my pudding!Date: 2/27/2009 3:17:24 PM
I don''t think a GIA report would ever be MORE accurate than a Sarin though, do you? That''s the way I read what insinuated was possible....Date: 2/27/2009 3:13:41 PM
GIA round the numbers however there can be variances with Sarin figures due to the skill of the operator, calibration of the machine etc and various other reasons. So the images are extremely useful such as , and this one looks good!