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I was wondering if $5500 was a good price for the following round diamond (GIA certified):

1.10 carat, SI1, F, 60.2% depth, 59% table, medium girdle, excellent polish and symmetry.

Anyone have any thoughts?

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I don't know is it right price.but I won't pay that much for an SI for that size. I can get 1 ct range VVS1 F/G for about same prcie with EGL ,DTL. but i think GIA will cost little more arround $6000. if you serious i can find out.

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12cents,

We don't know very much about the diamond and factors like the cut will dramatically affect the price. The table is outside the "ideal" range, but that doesn't always mean the diamond will look bad. $5500 seems like a good ball park amount for the diamond you are looking at. Diamonds displaying a hearts and arrows pattern and are ideal cuts will cost more.

Have you seen the diamond? How does it look? Does it display hearts and arrows? Do you want it to display hearts and arrows?

There is a place on the web where you can type in the specifiations of a diamond and compare the prices of similar diamonds offered by other vendors. The website is:
http://www.pricescope.com

I would stick to looking at diamonds with a GIA or AGS certificate. It has been my experience, and others on the forum, that diamonds with EGL certificates are usually loosely graded.

Hopefully an expert will pipe in.




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