round diamond 3.58 Carats, 59% table, 60% depth, GVS1 33.0 crown angle, 43.5 pavillion depth. What are your thoughts?
The 43.5 pavilion depth converts to a 41 degree pavilion angle. A 59 table, 33 crown angle, and 41 pavilion angle is GIA EX/AGS 0 Ideal, so the proportions look good. G color should be fine and VS1 should be eye-clean. Based on the limited data available here, it looks promising. You’d want to check that the G is yellow and not brown or gray, the diamond has nice optical symmetry showing the arrows well, it has nice material (no/minimal strain), medium or below fluorescence (probably none/faint at this size and price), and the price is fair for the specs.
59% table is fine.
I don’t know about the symmetry or price. I was saying that you provided very limited information and I listed those as things you would need to check.
Thanks, Joe. I was somewhat concerned about the table size being 59% instead of 53-57%. Could this be an issue or does it square well with the other dimensions?
Also, how did you know about the optical symmetry and the price?