Thank you Mrs_S. GIA should offer a big discount when their automated equipment is incapable of collecting the data on anything other than MRBs!!!Sure, although the diagram doesn't show much.
WOW!!! I would never have guessed the color! It looks super white!!I have never really been a diamond girl. I've always loved colored stones and have collected for almost 20 years. When hubby and I decided to get engaged, I told him I had a FCD to use, so he just bought a beautiful platinum setting and matching band for it. He thought he got off easy! But since being on PS and being exposed to antique diamonds and old cuts I started a new love affair and hubby was in big trouble, lol!
Long story short, here is my new-to-me OEC (GIA says circular brilliant) in a temporary setting. She is an O-P color and 3.63 cts with a teeny-tiny table of 41%. I bought her from a fellow PSer @imdoubler . Man, I had no idea how hard it is to photograph a diamond, so forgive the sorry pics. I can't capture the colors that she throws, so I will have to practice. She truly is a sparkle bomb.
Thanks for looking, as it's hard to share my excitement with my people irl, but I know ya'll will understand and not judge!
To get more intense pictures of the fire, try using a smaller F-stop. You might have to check the manual for your phone to see how o do it.Man, I had no idea how hard it is to photograph a diamond, so forgive the sorry pics. I can't capture the colors that she throws, so I will have to practice. She truly is a sparkle bomb.
Samesies!! My DH and I married 32 years after we first met. And I also picked an OEC in a modern setting for my wedding set.Thank you so much! I will add that hubby and I got married 27 years after our first kiss (with both of us having previous marriages and 5 children between us that we have full custody of) so I didn't start at the top, but certainly feel like I've finally got there!