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  1. David I went ahead and ordered the ring. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge and helping me out. I very much appreciated!
  2. right...I understand and I'm sure every dealers non-round cut standards are all different. Since I can't see the diamond in person, I guess I'll just have to take a chance and hope for the best. Do you think the diamond I posted look a little cloudy? Maybe it's just the picture quality but seems like it's more cloudy than other diamond pictures I've been looking at. Do you think I will be able to see that black inclusion on top of diamond with naked eye? Thanks you very much for taking your time to answer noob questions...lol
  3. Thanks for the reply David. I took your advice and asked the jeweler for comparison video. I don't know why I never thought to ask. lol With similar cuts and grades of diamonds, Aren't sparks and fire going to be pretty close to each other? Will one diamond make so much more sparks and fire compare to the other?
  4. Hello! I'm a noob looking for a diamond. I've been cramming diamond info for past 2 days. I have very basic knowledge of purchasing diamonds now but with my untrained eyes I can't tell what is a decent stone or not. Per jeweler it's ideal cut. I'm not sure it's possible just by looking at a picture and GIA report not but I just need something with a lot of sparkle and fire. I know that most places have 30 day return policy but I don't wanna go through hassle of returning it so I'm trying to get it right the first time. I'd appreciate it if resident experts can guide me to right direction. I'm attaching a picture, GIA report . I also have 360 viewer of the stone but can't seem to upload. Last 3 pics could be a little fuzzy because I used image capture from 360 viewer. I can email 360 viewer if necessary. Thank you
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