Tucksail, a couple suggestions. First, it's very important that your photos be sharp and focused. People are already hesitant about spending large amounts of money via the internet. You've got no chance without spectacular photos. Secondly, I can see a lot of green reflected in your diamond. I'm guessing you were wearing a green shirt when you took the photo. Try again using a white background. GL!
i have three suggestions if you want to sell this diamond on the internet. first get a better picture and more shap. second get it GIA certified because they are more precised with their information. and third use a better background. anyways good luck trying to sell the stone.
ericjo12: I hate to seem like I keep "pouncing" on your posts, but, someone has to do it! ...I think you need to either read the entire post before you reply or I don't know what. You seem to be re-re-re-repeating what everyone else says. Almost seems like you're just trying to rack up your number of posts.
Are you looking for something in particular? I have yet to see a thread, made by you, asking for some advice or assistance on whatever you might be in the market for. I'm assuming you're in the market for either a stone or an entire ready-made ring because you seem to be "hanging out" in the Classifieds most of the time.
No offense intended, mind you; just trying to figure out what we can help you with since you seem to only have praise or criticism for other people's prices, stones and posts, yet we know absolutely nothing about you!! A newbie coming in here, willy-nilly, and sometimes even slamming people on their pricing and criticizing their stones out of the blue just seems very "fishy" to us regulars.