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What do you think about this ags aset image?

Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by koaur, Apr 10, 2010.

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  1. koaur
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    by koaur » Apr 10, 2010
    Hello everyone, what do you think about and what can you tell from this ags aset image? This diamond is mounted so the ags aset image had to be taken with it in the setting. I also was unable to get an idealscope image because it is mounted. Thanks!

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  2. JulieN
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    by JulieN » Apr 10, 2010
    Looks great.
     
  3. dreamer_dachsie
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    by dreamer_dachsie » Apr 10, 2010

    You can take an IS image when it is mounted if you have one.


    The ASET looks really good though!

     
  4. Lorelei
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    by Lorelei » Apr 11, 2010
    From what I can see it appears to be a good image.
     
  5. ChunkyCushionLover
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    by ChunkyCushionLover » Apr 11, 2010
    You are taking an image of a mounted stone, which means if you have metal underneath the stone from the setting those areas will also show as red no matter what the light return properties of the diamond are. You can see this by viewing the prongs which are all red as well.

    What this means is that you can''t accurately interpret any areas where the setting metal is beneath the diamond pavillion, only the parts of the diamond where the pavillion is open. If possible put a piece of white paper beneath the ring in between the pavillion of the diamond and the setting that may help give you a more accurate image. But overall I''d say an idealscope will be more helpful and neither will be as precise as images of an unset stone.
     
  6. ct-appr
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    by ct-appr » Apr 11, 2010
    Ditto, very nice.
     
  7. koaur
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    by koaur » Apr 11, 2010
    thank you everyone! this site has been very helpful in my diamond search for the last few months. I proposed this weekend and she said YES! here is a picture:

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  8. marcy
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    by marcy » Apr 11, 2010
    Very pretty diamond. Congratulations that she said yes.
     
  9. Lorelei
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    by Lorelei » Apr 12, 2010
    It looks great, many congratulations!!!
     
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