Post # 17
Both, they also have their own website. pompeii3.com
Post # 18
+1 jamesallen is a great suggestion! I love it because you can view the diamond right online!
Post # 19
At http://www.pricescope.com you can search for diamonds by clarity.
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Post # 21
I wouldn’t call all of their stuff awful… That’s where I got my engagement ring and wedding band.
Post # 22
Actually, Etsy has some great included fully cut stones! I found one that’s red and yellow with a lot of inclusions and I love it! Amazing and different!
Post # 23
I’d check at Jared or Zales.
Post # 24
@dooner: OOH there was a thread recently with a link to an ebay store with interesting looking imperfect diamonds
Post # 25
I wouldn’t have used the word awful anyway, since this is something that the OP finds desirable. Sigh. Your set is beautiful, so no worries there 🙂
Post # 27
I second this because we once walked into a jewellers and managed to find that most of their selection had terrible flaws in the diamonds (black dots..etc) it was shocking that these were being sold but they were all cut and set into rings.
Post # 28
@dooner: I noticed you’re in Canada, try looking around the area at some jewellers (I visited a lot of Indian jewellers and local family run businesses in small malls and such when I saw these flawed stones)
Post # 30
@dooner: ebay! I’m thinking of ordering a couple I have seen just to see what they look like in person. Could be a really cool project down the line.
Post # 31
Alphaimports.com it b2cjeweles.com