Diamond Query: Light Performance and Symmetry of Whiteflash A Cut Above Heart and Arrows Diamond vs. Black by Brian Gavin Diamond


| Anonymous Reader


Can you compare the ASET imagery of the two diamonds listed below? I am not worried about the color or clarity difference. I would like your opinion on the light performance and symmetry of the ASET imagery. Which is more superior in your opinion? Thanks in advance!

 

1.541 ct D VVS2 A CUT ABOVE® Hearts and Arrows Diamond

1.541 ct D VVS2 A CUT ABOVE Hearts and Arrows Diamond

1.773 F VVS2 BLACK BY BRIAN GAVIN ROUND WITH HEARTS AND ARROWS

1.773 F VVS2 BLACK BY BRIAN GAVIN ROUND WITH HEARTS AND ARROWS

 

Your Diamond Teacher |

 

Thank you for your inquiry. I am happy to help!

Both diamonds are beautiful and the light performances images are perfect for both. You can confidently choose either one. Are you leaning more towards one?

 

 

| Anonymous Reader


Hi Sebastian,

I am leaning towards the F VVS2. Though I could tell the slight color difference, I sacrificed some color for carat. Supposedly the “Black” by Brian Gavin is supposed to have stricter cutting requirements than his signature line.

However, when looking at the Whiteflash and Brian Gavin, my eyes couldn’t tell much difference. This, I wanted to reach out and see what others thought. Thanks!

 

Your Diamond Teacher |

 

You can safely and confidently purchase the F, VVS2. The diamond will have the sparkle and brilliance you want a diamond to have.

This is a significant purchase, financially and emotionally and it deserves due diligence. But rest assured these differences are so very subtle and they eye will not pick up on them in person. 🙂

 

 

 

Diamond Query: Light Performance and Symmetry of Whiteflash A Cut Above Heart and Arrows Diamond vs. Black by Brian Gavin Diamond
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