JenMel

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  1. Yes thank you so much for the advice. You are completely on point. I appreciate it.
  2. I bidding on it so didn’t want to go over in price. That’s why I didn’t know how much to pay.
  3. Ok thank you I understand. It also has a surface level fracture. So that’s not the best. Plus if I want to sell it, it may be hard to do.
  4. Hi David, thank you so much for the reply! Originally I was going to purchase it for myself but then wasn’t sure if investment would’ve been an option. As you stated jewelry is not good for investment. Ever the pink will preserve the value. That’s a great takeaway. I do know that the stones is natural so that is a positive. I called GIA to verify that they are natural. I do you like the look of the pink heart although it does look slightly cloudy due to the inclusion. The price I was thinking about was around $15,000-$17,000. Would that be in range or is that way too much? Thank you so much for your help
  5. Hi! I’m Jen and in NJ. I am in quite a pickle. I have found a ring with a 3.05 carat natural Fancy light pink even Diamond. This is the stuff that dreams are made of. The issue is that there is an i3 inclusion to the surface, With no treatment. From what I have researched so far this is all the information that would be relevant. I have no idea how much I should be paying for this ring and I don’t want to be taken for a ride because it’s pink and large. What would be the average cost for a ring like this. I know that fancy color diamonds are very hard to price out only certain people really are trained to do this. Is this worth purchasing? The inclusion could make it look almost fake, right? If I do buy it I heard pink is not a good investment.. Thanks so much for any help.