Ok where do I find them?I haven't reviewed the numbers, but I would tend to think XXX would be a better cut. On the flip side, you probably don't want medium blue florescence in a D color stone. Usually florescence helps brighten lower colored stones, and can make higher color diamonds look cloudy or hazy.
Would you be open to a non-Tiffany diamond? They are significantly less expensive (maybe even half the price?), so you could get the best cut, color, clarity, with no florescence in a bigger carat with a similar setting. If you're open to that, I'd recommend checking out WhiteFlash's ACA diamonds.
Ok where do I find them?
Yeah I think I really want a Tiffany diamond I’m aware That you can buy better/ bigger elsewhere which I may do in the future but this is beautiful
In this case without photos of these stones I would choose the larger E stone. It will be visibly larger than the other IRL, and I personally don’t care for fluorescence in a D. Tiffany’s colour and clarity grading is considered reputable - they aren’t known to inflate their grades. They don’t give as much proportions info as other labs, which makes dissecting cut type challenging.Yeah I think I really want a Tiffany diamond I’m aware That you can buy better/ bigger elsewhere which I may do in the future but this is beautiful