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URGENT!!! E 1.09 VS1 and E 1.01 VS2 - which is better

Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by newbuyer, May 11, 2001.

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  1. newbuyer
    Rough_Rock

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    by newbuyer » May 11, 2001
    All comments welcome pls - am thinking of buying this weekend!E VS1 1.09
    HRD
    Brilliant
    No Flouresence
    6.64 x 6.70 x 4.11
    very good
    very good
    girdle - thin 2%
    culet - 0.4% polished
    table - 59%
    crown height - 15%
    pavillion depth - 44.5%
    E VS2 1.01
    GIA
    Brilliant
    No Flouresence
    6.32 x 6.43 x 3.97
    very good
    very good
    girdle - slightly thick to thick
    culet - small
    table - 60%
    depth - 62.3%Is it ok to set the two stones in a 6 claw platinum setting?Many thanks!!
     
    


    


  2. pricescope
    Ideal_Rock

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    by pricescope » May 11, 2001
    Hi Newbuyer,I plugged data for the first diamond into the Cut Adviser - only 6.2 (Fair) result. Pavilion is too deep.It is difficult to evaluate the second one since GIA doesn't provide info on crown and pavilion. However, with 60% table and 62.3% depth there is a good chance that it is a deep cut too.I wouldn't risk to recommend neither one of them unless you have seen many other diamonds (including ideal cuts) and happy with their look and price.
     
  3. diamondmanbob
    Rough_Rock

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    by diamondmanbob » May 11, 2001
    Hi,
    We don't know how much those two diamonds are but if you would go back to the home page here on Pricescope and click on "search by visual performance", I think you would find several diamonds within your requirements and price range that would out perform the two diamonds above.
    Also, don't get in a big hurry to pick out this most important and long lasting diamond.
    dimondbob
     
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