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  6. Hey John! I Presume they refunded you accordingly? Hence their 100% feedback.
  7. A true 2.25CT D/SI1 raps at $34,875.00 USD (loose) There is no such thing as clarity enhanced SI1, if it was truly an SI1 it wouldn't be clarity enhanced. The goal of CE diamonds is take a imperfect stones (I1-I3), and make it look Slightly imperfect. (SI1-SI2) *** The Key word is LOOK. MORE CLUES: 1. There willing to take 3600.00 2. There willing to accept less then 3600.00 (Make an offer) 3. They have more then one available (really, now selling multiples) LOL 4. They write NY, NY (as location) but the REG: Says Israel. 5. Plus many many more "tells" not willing to disclose. OP: FWIW: Caveat emptor
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    Opinion Needed 1.5

    nothing wrong with a simple: (below) that's cool too! 57/34.5 15 40.6/61.5 none thin to medium 50/80
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    Opinion Needed 1.5

    FWIW: Out of the two I would go with the first one. The 59% over 60.1% - Will be bright (I love brightness) only second to transparency. (ice cold water)! Davide’s analogy!! Nice one Davide… The 60.1% TD will allow for a nice spread without sacrificing any optics/performance. FWIW2: It’s also very close to a 60/60 (one of my fav’s) in regards to T&D – IMHO *The angles work well here!
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    Comparing Two Oval Diamonds Just Over 1 Carat

    I would also add: decide who to trust, because opinions are more like eyes than noses (everybody's got at least two). Unless your a cyclops shark...lol
  11. Furthermore I would suspect that most if not all; highly skilled, well trained gemologists cannot tell the difference between VVS1 and VVS2 definitively using a 10x loupe only. Conservatively the best grade I ever give large diamonds 1+ carater and more without a microscope is VS1. Pushing it further is just soft…IMO FWIW: Unless it’s made by an important marker like VCA, Cartier, Tiffany, Webb, Buccellati, Heyman, etc…and the stones are “diamond melee†I can go VS/ VVS –which is standard catalog/descriptor practice. Regards R.K.
  12. You, as a normal person wearing jewelry will never be able to distinguish the difference between FL and IF when the stone is set on your finger. ....and either would I or anybody else on here.
  13. It looks like the prelim GIA report was added by accident. Sorry for all the back and forth.
  14. South Florida Maven on eBay is pretty big. There pics are always pretty bad....