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mark27

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Hi,

I''ve been reading many postings on this site/others and am desperate for some honest help. Please, please please.
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I thought I had this figured out (or at least an idea). I''ve been looking around for quite awhile and need to pull the trigger on a nice radiant 1ct. Here is what I''ve got lined up to look at tomorrow:

Ratiant 1 GIA:
1.01 ct
F, VS2
5.42 x 6.22
Depth 70.5%
Table 72%
Sym - GD
Pol - EX
Girdle - Thn-Sl.Thk
Price - $4100


Ratiant 2 GIA:
1.01 ct
F, VS2
6.20 x 5.26 x 3.75
Depth 71.3%
Table 69%
Sym - GD
Pol - GD
Girdle - Thk to Very Thk
Price - $4200

Are these nice diamonds at a good price?

I also found a bunch of radiants out on the DiamondScope Pricescope with lower tables and depths. I''ve been told by the same guy that anything below 70% table/depth isn''t good. Then he told me that, "after futher research," that it''s good, but they are extremely hard to find and expensive. Then I did one quick search and found a bunch on Pricescope with lower table/depth percentages. I''m so confused now I''m not sure what a good deal is and what I should be paying for what. Please, can someone help point me in the right direction as I need to have this ready for this weekend. I''m getting the feeling like I''m about to make a bad decision. Thanks!

Ideal Radiant for me:
1ct, F, VVS1 - VS2, Ex pol/sym, more square than not, at or around $4000/ct.

Is this possible?
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Thank you soooooo much for your input.

Regards,
Mark
 
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