ronk15a

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  1. I think I understand what your saying Barry, but for clarity. How can the VS1 primary be removed, when there are so many illustrated? IF? I can understand 1 small inclusion near the edge, away from the interior.
  2. The plot on the smaller (VS1, No Potential) report looks like there is a lot of little inclusions. The plot on the larger full/report looks clean? What's up with that?
  3. http://www.ebay.com/itm/GIA-Platinum-2-93CT-Marquise-diamond-wedding-engagement-ring-w-2-63CT-ctr-/391741978113
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    Please Help To Rate This Ideal Scope / Aset Images

    What about Andrea Bocelli. I thought he was God.
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    Please Help To Rate This Ideal Scope / Aset Images

    My preference on a RBC: is a slightly lower crown and slightly larger table which typically means the diamond will be comparatively brighter, with a little less fire like Davide described above. Specs: I like 57% over 34.5°
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    Please Help To Rate This Ideal Scope / Aset Images

    The stone will be an absolute beauty! For Sure. Your also getting a lot of bang for the buck. Even without knowing what you paid, because it says SOLD. GIA: G/VS2 (with that make) - is pretty much purrrrfect. Good choice.
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    Opinions On This Diamond - Good Quality?

    I know the OP is long gone... Generally all CE diamonds start off as SI2-I1-I2 in the hopes that the treatment either (FF or LD) will make them appear to be VS with the unaided eye. Regardless of the treatment the internal clarity issues will still be present via a 10x loupe. There is no clarity enhanced stone that would ever be considered VS after the procedure. Laser drilling: is commonly used to remove small dark inclusions. The laser bores a small hole into the diamond’s interior and burns away the inclusion, or creates a channel through which a bleaching agent can be introduced to improve the inclusion’s appearance. Fracture Filling: Original Yehuda compound - Circa 1982 - Pb (lead), Bi (bismuth), B (boron), O (oxygen) and Cl (chloride) * P.S. I believe current compound: Molten Lead Glass
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    Opinions On This Diamond - Good Quality?

    Pavel: my advice, if you want to come across as being a credible, reliable, informative… Use spell check. It works!
  9. I completely agree. R.K.
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    Looking For A Natural Pink Diamond

    Yupppppppp. If course. You kidding me!
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    Looking For A Natural Pink Diamond

    Intrestingly enough my mother was born in Israel, and my father Ukraine. They both speak/spoke multiple laguagages. Father passed in 2008. I can barley speak one well. I remember in high school spanish class; I would ask the pretty spanish girl for the answers to the test questions. (Yes I cheated) quite often. Language just ain't my thang...
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    Looking For A Natural Pink Diamond

    Good to know. (Wouldn't matter to me though) considering I don't speak or understand Hebrew. Davide I can barley speak one language well. LOL - What 4? French, German, Italian, and English?
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    Looking For A Natural Pink Diamond

    Diamonds by Lauren 30 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036 Phone: (212) 382-3770 Owner: David F. Leibish & Co. Inc. 580 Fifth Ave., Suite 2502 New York, NY, 10036, USA Tel: 1(888) 909 0721 Owner: Leibish Polnauer P.S. I would go with DBL, but both will sell exactly what they say, and show on-line. Period. FWIW: Leibish is an Israeli company with many international offices. They can speak Hebrew or English. (if that matters). Not sure if David is bilingual. Good luck!
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    How To Tell How Good A Diamond Is

    I could not have said this any better myself. R.K.
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    How To Tell How Good A Diamond Is

    Just read a few posts...hilarious stuff. Especially before bedtime!
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    Incorrect Agi Diamond Grading, Please Help

    Davide: My first laugh today. Thank you!
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    Re-Cut Or Re-Polish Vintage Engagement Ring

    If i had to guess from the images 1.70CT oval or cushion I/I3 or (Grey/Dead).
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    Re-Cut Or Re-Polish Vintage Engagement Ring

    1. Diamonds are billions of years old. Not hundreds... 2. The setting pictured is not 200 years old. Not even close. More like 60-70 years max. 3. Diamonds need to be cleaned; Shine is direct result of cut. Not color, or clarity unless very included. P.S. To me the stone looks grey, cloudy, and lacks life....Good luck.
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    buying a diamond ring in a pawn shop

    OMG! 2016 Best choices - Seriously! (Were Doomed!) Crooked Hill, and Humpty De Trumpty
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    buying a diamond ring in a pawn shop

    ...unless you are Donald Trump. Or Elizabeth Taylor.
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    buying a diamond ring in a pawn shop

    Davide leave lil fesco alone. I'm a bot too