6231362986 : the crown and pavilion dont match very well, as the crown is on the steeper side for what would pair well with a 41 pavilion. Also when going with an I color you want to try to optimize the cut for a lower color to show more brightness. So ideally a bit bigger of a table. less depth (the deeper the diamond, the more color shows in general) and a shallower crown angle. I cant comment on the color or clarity as it is not a diamond I have access to.amstor wrote: ↑Jun 23rd, 2017 6:32 pmThank you so much.
Would you be able to give me your opinion for other two?
Edit: never mind checking Gia 1248610403.
Could you check please Gia 6231362986 instead ($3238) and Gia 2248858278 ($3486).
Should I be worried that report for Gia 6231362986 has been done a year ago?
2248858278: is a really poorly cut diamond. the table is huge 62%, and the diamond is way to shallow at 57, the diamond will have what is called a fish eye effect where you can see the girdle reflection inside the table so it looks like a giant inclusion. Aside from that it is a J color, which combined with very poor light performance will likely look more like a well cut L color. I dont think trading off color for VVS clarity is what you should be looking to do as at that size you would in a well chosen diamond you would never be able to differentiate between SI1 and VVS1 without magnification.
Seems like your looking for "bargain diamonds" really lower prices for a given set of specs. This will almost never work out in your favor as 90% of the time there is a good reason for the pricing and you will be getting a worse deal per say than going with a properly priced specs. finding bargains in this industry is tough and I have 10 years+ experience at it, your best bet is to go with a diamond with textbook specs and pay a little more or work with a company that you trust to help you pick a good diamond. I think you would benefit from reading the thread and getting some more info before continuing your search.