Should I buy 2.19 ct VS2 H color diamond with inclusions on the table center?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
365 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Nobody will ever see the diamond that magnified on your finger, so I don’t think the inclusions are a problem. The only thing that would prevent me from purchasing that diamond (besides lack of funding lol) would be the medium flouresence. 

Post # 3
5935 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

I would avoid buying that diamond if I could see the inclusions in person, not under magnification. If not, then it doesn’t really matter to me because I’m not going to be looking at my diamond under magnification once it’s set and on my hand.

Regarding the flouresense the PP mentioned, my diamond has a strong flouresense and there’s nothing wrong with it. Sometimes flouresense can cause a diamond to look milky but that’s obviously not the case with that diamond, or the majority for that matter.

Post # 4
8585 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

You cant see any inclusions with the naked eye on a vs2″clarity diamond..mine is a vs2 and has inclusions on the table also and trust me you will never see them unless your looking through a loupe! 

Post # 5
3230 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 1997

A VS2 with a triple X and an HCA of 2.0 ought to be free of visible inclusions without magnification. I think this stone would be fine. Of course, when ordering online you should always make sure there is a good return policy, but the placement of these inclusions would not trouble me. And the medium fluorescense would count as a GOOD thing to me. Medium fluoro cannot be seen, has no negative effect on the stones optics and might make it appear whiter than its grade. Medium blue fluoro to me is all positive.

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