Post # 1
I found a profesional review of Amora Gems where it says:
“When you’re looking for an Amora Gem, try to find one with the smallest difference between the maximum and minimum diameter. I would also try to pick one that is less than 63% deep.“
How can I determinate this? I found a AG with measurements 7.64-7.69×4.43. Is this less than 63% dept?? How do you count? 63% of 7.6 mm is 4.8 mm. Is that the right way to count?
Sorry if I’m stupid, lol!
Post # 2
It’s 58% deep, so I think you are good if he recommends less than 63%. 🙂
Post # 3
Are you absolutely sure?
When googeling the measurements of diamonds I found this:
If AG’s are calculated the same way I would need to know the size of the table to figure it the % of the depth.
Post # 4
amora gems have higher and smaller crowns than round brilliant diamonds, so the percentages are going to be off when trying to calculate depth in comparison to a standard rpund brilliant. I’m sure the amora your looking at will be just fine! 58% depth is excellent with a hearts and arrows cut
Post # 5
To get the depth %, add Lenth + Width / 2 to get the average. Take the total depth and divide by this average, and multiply the decimal value result by 100% to convert it to a percent value. D/ ((L+W)/2)x100% = depth%
The example is 57.8% which seems a bit shallow. I would shoot for 59%-62%. That is just me.
Post # 6
Thank you so much for this explanation, much appreciated! I saw that you also answered in my other tread. Unfortunately both stones were already sold, I found out today. Their stock doesn’t update in real time, so they were there but also not, lol! Anyway, the seller (amora-gems.com), which I was recommended and whom I believe is the only European seller, have put me on “the list” so I will get a new opportunity when they restock in 2-3 weeks. I will take the info with me that you provided when it’s time to pick my gem.