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 Post subject: Re: I had to make an exception...
PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2011 1:00 pm 
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i have bought couple of these Diamond Slices with exact pattern in BASEL FAIR 2010, but Brad P's slice is much more distinct squares.
i have sold some of mine but still have some, i will try to post a picture later

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 Post subject: Re: I had to make an exception...
PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2011 3:53 am 
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roshanravan wrote:
i have bought couple of these Diamond Slices with exact pattern in BASEL FAIR 2010,


yeah Farshid, did you noticed a flood of those stuffs last year?
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Oh sorry i've missed this topic to reply
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yeah Farshid, did you noticed a flood of those stuffs last year?

yeaaaah they were many of these diamond slices from Indian vendors and they made many Indian antique replicas from these diamonds

i have sold some of mine which had that pattern but here is whats left:
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should be very careful when mounting them specially if you are doing bezel setting because they are very thin and fragile.
also these diamonds exhibit a Metalic luster and a little grayish overtones
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i couldn't find out which mine they are from! but could be Africa IMHO

i had one which had very strong rectangular inclusion growth pattern in center but i sold.

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