Posted 06 March 2012 - 12:07 PM
Who has graded the diamonds? On what basis are they calling the cut "Very Good"?
Note: GIA does not grade cut on princess cut diamonds, so if these are GIA-graded the cut grade has been issued by someone else.If all they used to attribute the cut grade is table and depth %, you can ignore it since they are not sufficient information to determine cut quality; if they used something else (e.g. ASET images, pavilion and crown angles measured through Sarin or other gem scanners), it would be good to have that information to comment on it.
FWIW - assuming you are looking at GIA-graded stones, I'd easily go lower on clarity (and colour), and make sure you have a good seller who can help you choose the best cut stones. If you are not looking at GIA-graded stones, use AGS and you can rely on their cut grade too. If you are not using GIA or AGS to grade the diamonds, you are taking a very significant risk.