Post # 1
Hi! I currently have this in my possession but have heard some occasional mumblings about it being harder to tell a “good cut” in a lab diamond. This is an antique cut lab diamond, so will have “different” scintillation than a modern cut, but would love any feedback! I have been staring at it too long and am basically at that stage where if you stare at a word too long everything looks funny.
Edited to add: I guess my main thing I’m wondering is if it sparkles enough? It doesn’t look “flat” to me but that’s my paranoia 😉 Thank you for your input!
Post # 2
Love it! An old mine cut, reimagined. August Vintage does these. You don’t judge their cut in the same way as you would a round. There are optic tools for that, depending on the seller.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2005 - A Castle
Post # 6
Thanks guys! Feeling like I can breathe a little easier with some outside opinions!
Post # 7
Wow I clicked on that link like 20 minutes ago and spiraled out of control looking at stones 😍 that one is gorgeous and very sparkly! I’d say it’s a keeper!
Post # 8
It’s beautiful! I have a round brilliant lab diamond. I think with the old mine cuts and old european cuts, you’re supposed to have larger flashes of fire with them. I’m not 100% on that though