Found this, but noticed on the screener it’s not listed under ideal proportions. Tried to cross reference with diamdb, kinda just wondering what I’m missing?
18k Gold Setting
This diamond has a 57% table, 36.5 crown angle, and 41.2 pavilion angle. Plug that into my cut estimator and you’ll see it’s AGS 3 Good. The crown angle and pavilion angle are not complementary; they’re too high together, which is why the arrows have faded out. It will show reduced scintillation and contrast. You want to see all 8 arrows, as described in my round diamond guide and computer vision analysis.
You might consider the options below. The 1.5 H VS1 has the best color of all four options (including the 1.51 H VVS2). I think the 1.6 H VS1 and 1.7 H VS2 are comparable in color to the 1.51 H VVS2, but trade clarity for carats.
Shape,Carat,Color,Clarity,Cut,Price (USD),Affiliate Link
Yes, reducing clarity to an eye-clean VS2/VS1 provides flexibility to boost the other specs.
Thank you! Am i putting too value in clarity? I guess it’s easy to do at 40x or whatever the magnification is.