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Let's go back a few steps.

 

Can we presume that you are trying to buy a ring, that this one has been offered to you, and you're trying to decide if it's priced appropriately?

 

Is it currently set?

Have you seen it in person?

How did you choose this particular seller?

How did you choose this particular ring?

What are your shopping specs? In particular, how did you end up with a E/VVS2? Is that what you were looking for or just what the seller happened to have?

Who made it? Has anyone, other than the seller, had the opportunity to evaluate the craftsmanship, condition and other materials?

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AGS laboratories do grade the cut of the diamond on a princess cut. For example we currently have in stock 2 ideal cut princess cut diamonds that are:

.62 ct. VS1 G for $1980 and .68 ct. VS2 H for $2090. These ideal cut princess cut diamonds sparkle like crazy and come with a 100% upgrade in the future. So it is possible to get a princess cut diamond with a cut grade as long as it is graded by AGS laboratories.

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AGS has a cut grade for princesses and they are lovely. They fit into a rather narrow set of specs that the AGS folks have determined has good optics. That makes them easier to shop for without looking at the stones and without relying so much on the seller for data. It is NOT correct to say that they are the ONLY stones that will be lovely or even that you will like them the 'best'.

 

Start by choosing a dealer, then the diamond rather than the other way around. Then ask for their advice and follow it. If you find their advice to be bad or self-serving, don't just ditch the stone, ditch the dealer.

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Thank you. So if im looking for a legit princess cut it should be cert. by AGS?

 

If you want to purchase a princess cut diamond with a legitimate cut grade on the lab report, then you should look for a stone with an AGS lab report. The ideal cut is the highest cut grade given by AGS laboratories.

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