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oldminer

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Here is the link to the AGA shape selector. You are free to build it right into your working website so that you can recieve and return shape info with your clients independently of the gemappraisers.com website.....

http://www.gemappraisers.com/shapePicker.asp


Leonid: You may use the Shape Selector on your sites, too....Of course!!!!!
 

niceice

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That's a cool toy Dave, thanks! Finally there is a way for people to know what a pear shape diamond with a length to width ratio of 2.00:1.00 will look like
 

oldminer

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Yes, and for all the non-math whiz folks it can be used by filling in the numerical mm length and width measurements of a particular diamond and then it "calculates" the stone shape. It will then automatically alter the diamond image to the given length to width ratio. The user does not really need advance understanding of the concept. After using the selector tool, the user will know what length to width ratio means and of what importance it will be in their selection process.

Here are direct links to both Shape Selector and AGA Cut Class Grading tools.....

http://www.gemappraisers.com/shapepicker.asp

http://www.gemappraisers.com/ShapeSelect.asp
 
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