Fishy15

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  1. Fishy15

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    Thank you! Just used my iphone regular pic with 2x magnification
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    Yes I love it! Those were some bad pics so let me add some better pics I took out in the sun
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    Ring came today! Here’s some pics. I can definitely see the blue hue from the fluoro
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    Thanks again! As long as there isn’t any bad red flags
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    Thought so too but they sent one after I purchased it. Very weird. Is light leakage around the edge really bad?
  6. Fishy15

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    Yadav How does the ASET look?
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    ASET
  8. Fishy15

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    Okay thank you. Put a order for this diamond. Will let you guys know when it arrives. Thank you for all the help guys
  9. Fishy15

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    I'm sorry dull might be the wrong word. I guess what I'm asking is if this particular diamond would have a drastic difference in shine compared to lets say a vendor like Whiteflash that offers their signature "super ideal cuts". Is there a huge difference between a GIA rated excellent cut as opposed to a "super ideal cut" from these vendors like Whiteflash, Brian Gavin etc?
  10. Fishy15

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    So the vendor got back to me and they do not have any additional reflector images. Just by looking at the cut, do you guys think the brilliance and fire would be okay for this particular one? I don't want to go and order a dull looking diamond. Thanks
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    Thanks. Now I just hope the vendor can provide some kind of ASET Idealscope images so I can go ahead and purchase this diamond.
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    Thank you for the feedback. I did read that fluoro used to be a feature that people looked for in a diamond. These days not so much. I definitely don't mind the medium fluoro as long as there is no haziness or milkiness. The depth was what was bothering me and after @davidelevi clarified it, I feel a bit better. I know my budget isn't the biggest but to many diamond novices, I think a 1.4 D VS1 would be more than great. Obviously this doesn't take in to fact of fluoro and cut. I guess what I'm saying is that the cut doesn't have to be super ideal as I'm giving up those attributes so I can go up in Color, Carat and Clarity.
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    Thanks. They open in two hours, so I am going to be requesting an ASET, idealscope or H&A image so hopefully they'll have one of those so I can get a better idea of the diamond
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    Definitely understood. Trying to use her friends so I can understand what she values without asking her directly as it would ruin any element of surprise. So going back to the original diamond, I do like it on paper, in your opinion would the stone look good in person also? Again, I don't mind the medium fluoro and understand that it'll be hard to sell. I feel better about the depth after you explained it to me
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    Thanks for the detailed feedback. Initially I chose a 1.45 H VVS2 diamond that had great cuts but after getting some advice from her friends, they advised me to get a D because of the "symbolic" reason. My gf is Asian and it seems like they look at the paper more than the diamond itself. This whole week I've been debating between the 1.45 H VVS2 diamond over the 1.4 D VS1 diamond (With the D having medium fluoro). For resale value, I don't think my gf would ever sell the ring in the future so I don't think that would be a big issue. The other forum members are dead set on buying from Whiteflash because they have an unbeatable diamond upgrade program. All of which are great points