When I saw the diamond, I thought it was a Celebration 102. But the diamond's crown side faceting did not match the GIA facet diagram of Celeb 102 showned here. So, I ruled it out. https://beyond4cs.com/reviews/zales/celebration-diamonds/Yes I noticed that. Maybe the one on’s website was not a Celebration 102.
This thread is very treacherous ground for a trade member so I have to be very very careful.
It’s sort of has a dark ominous feel to it! Very cool natural skin.
this is SO gorgeous...what a good eye you have. If it was higher in color I’d buy it in a heartbeat.I saw your post today and have just spent the last 2 hours trying to search by very good / good cut on but couldn’t find anything like you did. Please keep posting! You are so fun to follow
I thought my henri daussi that I got at a b&m store was a crisscut because where I got it sells both types. Then I realized its a daussi. I love both types though. The diamond database says its spready though which I think is funny. Cause its supposed to be.I love this! Crisscuts are very appealing to me.
Someone mentioned in an old post how they find modern stones cut like this on and , but I can't manage to find the post. Do you have any insight?I already posted this. And I would get it for myself if I had some cash.
I think it is better than 95% of the stones marketed as "old cut" out there.
1.00 Carat I-VS2 Very Good Cut Round Diamond
8885727 - This 1.00 Carat Round diamond I Color VS2 Clarity has Very Good proportions and a diamond grading report from GIA
Literally found one just then surfing for ECs on - https://www.jamesallen.com/loose-diamonds/emerald-cut/0.82-carat-e-color-vs1-clarity-sku-9098297
I know cutters always leave at least a small 'skin' on fancy greens, to prove it was mined that way and not irradiated to get the colour, but that is taking it to the extremes... lolLooks like someone forgot to finish cutting/polishing it! I would love to see the inclusion diagram on that stone but not sure if they
provide those for colored stones. I'm sure the intent here was to save as much of the stone as possible considering the unusual color
(but at what cost?)
I can see H. Stern do wonderful stuff with this!
Oh my... It's like the cutter started off thinking Carre but changed their mind to Asscher. And then some.I know diddly about step-cuts, but I thought this asscher was kind of funky! Maybe it is just a badly cut one?