Trying to read an old appraisal
, 06:23 PM
I have an old appraisal for a .96 carat diamond that I've inherited and based upon what I'm reading online, it isn't making a lot of sense.
It says that the ring (it is no longer in the ring) "contain[s] one round brilliant cut diamond weighing .96ct (by actual weight). With a clarity of VS1, color H, measuring 6.4mm x 3.6mm."
Am I right in saying that the measurements don't make sense? What could they be referring to? The diamond itself looks proportionate and not a shallow cut at all, and the fire is fantastic.
I'm having it reappraised as we speak (wish I would have done some reading before I had it sent out) and I just would like people's help on trying to interpret the measurements, because there is no way the ratio is 2:1.
Any thoughts? Thanks!
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- Carat: .96
- Color: H
- Clarity: 0
- Table Percent: 0
- Girdle: 0 0
- Culet: 00
- Polish: 0
- Symmetry: 0
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