Thursday, 15 November 2018

My ZCOVA Visit

So one day Ziwei from ZCOVA pm me to have a visit to his ZCOVA showroom and see if we can form a affiliate relationship. Well, why not? So we meet up.

Their showroom is located at Kota Damansara Technology Park where you can find all sorts of light industry around. It is a strange place to locate a showroom but then Ziwei has multiple businesses to run, including a chemical company which shares the same building, so it is "strategically" located.

Upon reaching the showroom, the door bell doesn't seem to work, so I just called up ZCOVA phone number and the lady on the other side opened the door promptly, but remotely. Hmm, feels like some movie whereby everything is so secretive and the big boss is hidden somewhere and does all the talking behind some veil or curtain or maybe using some proxy. ;) Proceed through the door and went up a flight of stairs and there is yet another glass door... but this time, I can see that everything looks posh, with the nicely designed ZCOVA hanging on the wall right behind the glass door. Again, the door is opened remotely by probably the same lady. So, another flight of stairs... I am sure glad that I visited them before I get too old to walk stairs lol.

So I finally reached the showroom's main reception area. Everything looks elegant. Very well-thought. If I don't know them beforehand, I will think that they are going to sell me something like 1000% marked-up. A pretty lady handed me an Aqua Panna 250ml. What's there not to like when you were given a branded mineral water by a pretty girl while wearing t-shirt, shorts, and slippers, whereby my Birk is the most expensive wearable on me. Oh yes, there is really a curtain next to the main reception area and I was wondering whether the big boss (Ziwei) will come out from there. Nope. Instead, he walked up the stairs. First impression - Hey, he is better looking in person... and slimmer too (probably because of the stairs). Then, the second boss (Ziyin, appears from behind the curtain. So we shook hands, and sat down to talk about diamonds and what is ZCOVA all about.

Now, to be honest, I only know ZCOVA through their website and also Facebook page. They are doing things pretty alright and I would say they are trying to disrupt the market. Their website is designed pretty well and I can see they put in quite some effort. Just that, the diamonds that they displayed on their site is not something I would like to see. There are just not enough nice diamonds that can capture my attention! So naturally, we talked about this. To my surprise, the diamonds listed are not the only ones they have, instead, their inventory is actually more or less the same as Blue Nile! Now, this is really a good news. One of the reasons that they did not list out all inventory from their suppliers is because certain suppliers require them to commit a certain amount of sales before allowing ZCOVA to list out the diamonds on ZCOVA's website. Nonetheless, ZCOVA's inventory is much more than what you can see so that means they can have better options that what you are able to see online. Ziyin actually showed me a diamond that he is choosing for a customer and I am deligthed to see that the diamond looks way better than most diamonds I can see on their site. This shows that they really put in good effort to assist the customers to choose the best diamond for their budget. And by the way, that diamond is an eye-clean SI1 diamond, so I would say they are trying to assist their customers to get the best bang for their bucks. Nice. Overall, I would say that their looking website has understated their true value. I sincerely hope that they can sort that out, and be as great as Blue Nile in terms of potraying the loose diamonds.

I would highly recommend anyone that wish to purchase from them to engage them directly first before picking a diamond on the website and make payment. With this, their consultants will be able to advise you accordingly and let you experience the better part of the ZCOVA experience. In order to experience the full ZCOVA experience, I would suggest you to drop by their chic showroom located in Kota Damansara.

Now, you might be wondering whether they have performane images or not. The answer is - It depends. If the supplier provides the images, then they can provide them to you. However, according to Ziyin, sometimes suppliers might reuse the same image for different diamonds. Now, I would prefer to sit on the fence for this statement but I am inclined to believe that it is true. There is nothing to back my belief but just based on common sense. This is simply because taking all those performance images take time and time is money. So, it is possible for  certain suppliers to do some shortcut. Of course, I can always give the benefit of doubt to those suppliers and just assume that they attach the images wrongly. Ziyin mentioned that the plethora of colours used in ASET, IdealScope, Hearts & Arrows may confuse potential buyers, which I believe that it is true, but not something unteacheable. Instead, I would think that what Ziyin meant was the inconsistency in terms of images such as different photography setup, different resolution, different attention to detail (some can be sloppy images), as well as inconsistency in the availability of images for a certain carat range that really confuse people. You want to see how confusing? Visit Enchanted Diamonds. Now, Enchanted Diamonds is pretty good in their own rights but that is not the direction ZCOVA is moving towards to. ZCOVA is also not the likes of WhiteFlash, Brian Gavin Diamonds, Crafted by Infinity, Victor Canera, or Jann Paul, whereby all of them are championing in the realm of super ideal diamonds. ZCOVA is more like Blue Nile, but with their own set of principles. It is a company that aims to be your personal shopper and a company that runs by people with passion. They also refuse to mark-up diamonds based on cut quality, all they care are the 4Cs because their diamond price is based on Rapaport Price List and the price list does not even care about cut quality nor optical precision. Since they do not buy a better cut diamond at a more expensive price, they don't find any reason to incur extra cost at your side. This is actually what Ziwei wishes to highlight - Diamond is actually a commodity. They are sold based on weekly updated prices and so-called signature diamonds shouldn't be sold at a more expensive price. Just imagine diamond as durian, which is a commodity. It is sold in terms of kilogram (carat for diamond), and the durian seller (ZCOVA) will try their best to pick the best durian (best diamond) for you.

Of course, this is what I was told by ZCOVA, so I can choose to take it with a pinch of salt. However, I remembered I saw a better looking diamond that is priced cheaper than a bad looking diamond before on their website, so I am inclined to believe it is true. So does that make other companies that sell very good cut diamonds at a more expensive price bad? In my opinion, it is absolutely fine for good looking stuff to be more expensive, but the mark-up should be fair enough. As for what is fair, only you can answer that. Just remember - To achieve better cut, more time and wastage is needed, but that's a story for another day, for now, let's just focus back on ZCOVA. Overall, I would say ZCOVA will get the diamond with the best cut quality and proportions for the customers without incurring extra mark-up. The price difference that you may see will be caused by the update of the Rapaport Price List.

ZCOVA has made the first move to become Malaysia's first online-based jeweller that show loose diamonds online together with the exact diamond picture (if available). The website is beautiful and elegant. Compared to the other competitors, they are doing the online thing slightly better. Why only slightly? This is because they are well-connected to a whole lot of suppliers, yet the website is only limited to one or a few only. This, to me, has greatly understated their true ability to provide better quality stones. One of the reasons is because not all suppliers are willing to let ZCOVA to integrate their inventory into ZCOVA's website unless ZCOVA is able to hit a certain sales target, which is quite a huge amount for a young start-up. However, no fret, you can simply contact them via Facebook Messenger, which is integrated in their website, and let them know what you are looking for. They will be able to sort things out for you professionally. Now, although the website is not as functional as I would have hope, but I have confident that the 2 founders of ZCOVA will improve it gradually. For now, I would say they are running on a hybrid model - Online + Brick & Mortar (B&M), and leaning more towards B&M, which is not a bad thing! For those who are skeptical to buy online, this is definitely good news. For anyone (skeptical or not) that wishes to get an engagement ring, I would strongly encourage you to make an appointment to visit their showroom to enjoy the full ZCOVA experience.

Now you might ask - What is the full ZCOVA experience I mentioned? Basically, when you visit a normal brick & mortar, you will be greeted by a whole range of diamonds that are available in-house. However, when you visit ZCOVA, you probably won't see any! This is because ZCOVA runs on virtual inventory, and because of this, you are actually able to choose from a whole lot more diamonds compared to the typical brick & mortar. In fact, ZCOVA prides themselves as one of the diamond sellers that has access to a whole range of diamond suppliers that are as comprehensive as Blue Nile, thanks to the connection that Ziyin has built while working as a diamond consultant in Lebanon. With Ziyin's professional expertise, he is able to guide you through all the diamonds that are available and give you his insights about the pros and cons of a particular diamond. From my own brief encounter with him, I certainly enjoy looking at him choosing eye-clean SI clarity diamonds because they give some tremendous value in terms of money. Also, I have also emailed him to ask about some diamonds and he did give me some useful feedback about clarity. Although I am not a professional myself, but I really don't see the need for him to bullshit me because I see a lot of passion when he is talking about diamonds. If you visit ZCOVA, they will probably guide you through to the various virtual inventories and look for something that falls right into your budget and requirements. I don't see them as pushy people so don't worry about that. Besides, according to Ziwei, ZCOVA definitely won't upsell you anything. All they want to champion in this industry is to allow the customers to buy a diamond at the right price together with the right quality. Anyway, this is the internet, so don't take my word for it. Pay them a visit and experience yourself. Remember, my experience is solely my own, your experience is solely yours.

Since ZCOVA's site does not show all the available diamonds from their supplier due to reason mentioned above, one trick I would use is to browse some diamonds on Blue Nile and then ask ZCOVA and see if they are able to source for it. It is highly likely they are able to source the same diamond at a fair price. There is one forumer who asked me about a particular diamond offered to him by ZCOVA which is sold at Blue Nile as well. And guess what? ZCOVA price is actually cheaper. Of course, I believe there can be cases whereby the diamonds sold by ZCOVA can be more expensive as well, but in this case, you may consider using ZCOVA's price match policy and see if they are able to match the price. Please be reminded that the final decision lies with ZCOVA, and having a price match policy does not guarantee that you can get it, but it is worth a try. For your info, price match is pretty common among online diamond retailers. Sometimes you get it, sometimes you don't. Nonetheless, looking for a diamond a Blue Nile and then check with ZCOVA to see if they are able to get it for you is a pretty good way to get quality affordable diamonds. If you are wondering why I don't ask you to buy from Blue Nile straight away. Reason is because Blue Nile does not ship to Malaysia.

Lastly, I would like to say that ZCOVA is a trustworthy company and it is certainly safe to buy from them, whether by visiting them, or through their online store. They don't push for sales and they are willing to educate you. You will find it carefree when talking to anyone in ZCOVA. Their prices can be more affordable then what you see online, at least that is what my experience tells me, as I have picked 2 diamonds and check for their prices on ZCOVA. Quality can be better too. So, well done ZCOVA! As of now, they have 2 consultants that are able to serve you. One is Ziyin, and the other is Ms Chong Hui (based on Facebook comments). I am not sure about Ms Chong Hui's qualification, but I am sure if Ziwei and Ziyin put her up to this role, she should be pretty reliable. For Ziyin, he is actually a Graduate Gemologist (G.G.) from GIA. This is actually the highest education level you can get from GIA (as far as I know). Some may claim themselves to be gemologists but in actual fact, they probably only end up with a one or two beginner qualifications. being a G.G. means that Ziyin is capable to advice you on both diamonds and precious gem stones! This is yet another plus point for ZCOVA. So, the next time you are shopping for diamonds, you should probably pay ZCOVA a visit. By the way, ZCOVA accepts credit card and possibly installment as well!

Note: Now, some may think that this article seems contradicting because all this while I have been advocating people to buy diamonds with proper performance images. Honestly, I still believe in getting all those performance images. However, do understand that my preference does not necessarily need to become your preference. All I can do is to advice, but at the end of the day, it is you who is going to make the final call. If you have been reading my threads in Lowyat forum, you see that I have also helped people to buy from places like Wah Chan as well. Reason? Because their diamonds are pretty affordable. As for ZCOVA? They are a company with their own set of principles and I respect that. Also, I love to see a Malaysian company to succeed. They are certainly moving in the right track and I see that they will continue to grow further. If you don't know yet, I am also affiliate with Memory Jewellery not too long ago. Some may think  that I am earning good money being affiliate here and there, but I just wish to highlight that I can actually get better commissions from WhiteFlash, Brian Gavin Diamonds, or Zoara compared to Memory Jewellery. Also, I am not sure how ZCOVA can track my referrals, but I will just let it be for now. Yes, earning some commissions is one of my main purpose of writing this blog, but not my sole purpose. I believe in giving back and giving proper information to my readers. Therefore, I will try to put my articles as objective as possible when it involves different vendors. I think by helping others, what I want in life will come naturally. At least this is what some successful people taught me and this is what I believe.

"You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want." - Zig Ziglar
Thanks Todd! ;)

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Two Amazing WhiteFlash ACA 40-Pointer Diamonds!

Now getting a D colour or a VVS stone is like an overkill. But when it comes to engagement ring, overkill seems quite appropriate, as long as your budget allows you to do so.

Today I am going to write about 2 ACAs that looks amazing. Let's start off with the first one:

Now this diamond looks pretty good. Personally I would prefer the 56.8% table to be slightly smaller when it is paired with a total diamond depth that is above 61.5%. I observed that usually diamond around this depth is usually paired with smaller table, hence the preference. Nonetheless, it is just an observation that becomes a preference, to keep things simple, as long as the diamond falls within the ACA strict proportions and the other performance images looks great, I won't hesitate to shortlist it, which is the case here.

This diamond possess the classic look of a 57-facets diamond and it looks great. The 34.6 crown angle is a very well-balanced angle for fire and brilliance while the 40.8 pavilion angle is also another top-notch angle that can ensure great light return. Now, how do I come out with that? You see, ACA specs state that the crown angle has to be between 34 to 35 degree while pavilion angle has to be between 40.6 to 40.9 degree. So for crown angle, that makes 34.5 to be the middle of the range and it is the classic Tolkowsky ideal cut crown angle. Since 34.6 degree is close enough to 34.5, that makes it a well-balanced angle. By the way, from GIA point of view, 34.6 degree will be 34.5 degree on paper because they will round up crown angle to the nearest 0.5 degree. Now, for pavilion angle, it is good because it is also right in between 40.6 and 40.9 degree. If we compared to Tolkowsky ideal cut for pavilion angle, it is actually 40.75 degree, which makes 40.8 to closest angle if we apply the normal mathematical rounding.

Getting the Tolkowsky ideal cut proportions is really just a bonus. In reality, the ACA set of proportions is already very tight, hitting those proportions is already suffice to get a very good diamond. Instead, diamonds that fall within these proportions are known as Tolkowsky Ideal Cut (TIC).

2. 0.43ct E VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA
This WhiteFlash ACA that falls under Collection Series is another stunner!

Wow! Now, this diamond hits all the numbers I am aiming at. The smaller table at 55.8% can help to increase the fire of the diamond a little bit theoretically. This is because as the table is small and the crown height is tall (which is the case for this diamond here), the angled crown will have a bigger area to refract the light into beautiful rainbow colours! The 76% lower girdle percentage will ensure beautiful bold sparks to be returned to the viewer.

Again, this diamond's proportions will definitely fall under Tolkowsky Ideal Cut (TIC). This can ensure a well-balanced performance when the diamond is viewed under different lighting in different environment. Like the diamond above, this diamond exhibit superb craftsmanship, however, I would prefer this diamond because of the proportions that can exhibit extra fire. Nonetheless, this is just personal preference.

Both of these diamonds are not cheap if we compared to a standard GIA 3EX diamond or a standard AGS Triple Zero diamond. However, one have to understand that the time and effort that is spent to cut a high precision diamond is actually more, hence the higher price tag. I believe in buying something that is not too overly charged and at the same time, able to proof its performance is worthwhile. Together with generous return policy and upgrade policy, these make WhiteFlash ACAs to be something that is worthy to purchase. Overall, both of these diamonds are very well-cut diamonds that are worthy to be part of an engagement ring,

Until next time.

Thursday, 8 November 2018

Brian Gavin Diamonds Year End Free Shipping!

The company of one of the best diamond cutters in the world has come back with its year end Free International Promotion!

Just key in FREESHIPPING18 during checkout the enjoy the benefit. This promotion can be used in conjunction with other promotions. However, I did not see any at this point of time, but I will keep my eyes peeled for other promotions. If there is some promotion for their in-house collections, it is definitely a good time to buy from them!

I know many Malaysians have succeeded to get free shipping from them by simply requesting it nicely. But then, as I have mentioned, there is really no guarantee whether they will give it or not. So with this promotion, you are guaranteed to get free shipping as long as the total purchase is below USD 10,000.

Tuesday, 4 September 2018

My WhiteFlash ACA Collection Series Experience

Welcome September! Welcome SST!

How will it affect us as a consumer when we import diamonds in from the United States? Well, stay tune to find out more!

0.304ct F VVS2 ACA Collection Series Diamond!
I shall take this opportunity share with you my WhiteFlash ACA Collection Series experience!

Stay tune to find out more!

Update: 20 September 2018 It is almost here! Stopping by Alaska now.
Update: 15 October 2018
Finally, I have some time to update my blog. Have been busy with work and other misc. stuff.

Alright, so my diamond did not arrive on 21/09/2018. This is because there has been a flight delay in GuangZhou, China. So, it arrived the following Monday (24/09/2018). I did my final transaction to MoneyMatch on 12 September night time, so MoneyMatch transfers the money out on 13 September, WhiteFlash replied me on 15 September midnight saying that day have received the money, but it will take 3 days to clear starting from that day itself. At the point of receiving the email from them, US is still 14 September, so it is still a valid business day. So let's count. 14 (Friday), 17 (Monday), 18 (Tuesday). So the diamond was shipped out on US date 18/09/2018.

In case you are wondering, I mentioned final transaction above because I have split my transactions into 3 parts. Why? This is because I have 3 RM 50 vouchers thanks to the referral code (REF_ACOO) some of my clients put in, so I am rewarded with them. Hence, in my dashboard, it looks like this:

So with this referral code, first time customer can use it to gain RM 50 discount, and at the same time, I can get RM 50 voucher.

Alright, let's see the packaging.
The  package contents. They also include a Hearts & Arrows scope along with a stone picker which I did not include here.
The AGS Lab Grading Report
WhiteFlash 2018 Calendar

Temporary stone holder aka spring holder
Now, please be reminded that the cherry wood ring box and the temporary stone holder aka spring holder are not included by default. However, feel free to request for it and they are more than happy to include them as well. WhiteFlash will always try to meet customer's satisfaction as long as it is within their means.

Let's move on to the stone itself.
Hearts... Very prceise!

Arrows... Nice.
Video taken under yellow room LED with Samsung Galaxy Note 5 torch flashing over it. Just look at how it is firecracking over there!

This is my second WhiteFlash diamond purchase and the result is definitely better! Clarity aside, the proportions of this diamond is simply great as it meets all the criteria I wanted in a stone - Small table, steep crown angle, 50% or beyond star length, 76% lower girdle percentage. This stone hits the nail, seriously. Moreover, the calculated ideal weight of this diamond is the same as the actual weight, complementing this diamond in a good way.

Does this mean the previous stone is not good? Definitely not. However, the previous stone has a star length of 48% and I find that the sparks are glittering around the stone more than bursting out in full spectrum. I used to focus on the contrast level in the ASET of the grading report a little bit more but after looking at more and more diamonds from WhiteFlash, I find that it is also quite practical to do a check and balance with the actual diamond video. I have a client that upgraded to a bigger stone and it outperforms the original stone despite the ASET in the grading report looks clean and lack of contrast. This is probably because the new stone has a 76% lower girdle facet while the old stone has 78% (I think). So this shows that the contrast level is not as important as I think it may, but nonetheless, it provides a mind-clean effect for myself. As long as the diamond has a star length of at least 50% and above, I am fine with it.

So, will I skip any 48% or 49% diamonds? The answer is: It depends. I will have to look at the video and the cut precision to determine whether that particular diamond is worth to consider or not. If everything checks out well, I am fine with it. Chances will be higher if the lower girdle percentage is 76%. This is because this will help the stone to return bold sparks that can fully convert to beautiful fire. Besides, star length is a minor facet and should not be the only factor to determine a stone's worthiness.

Buying a stone from WhiteFlash Collection Series means the stone is 100% guaranteed eye-clean, even at close range. This is because the lowest possible clarity level is VVS2 and this itself is already an overkill. Nonetheless, due to the very clean nature of these WhiteFlash Collection Series stones, we can rest assure that the inclusions did not affect the performance of the diamond. This is one of the main strength of WhiteFlash Collection Series.

To be honest, for the price I am paying for the stone, I would consider it a steal. This is because there are VS stones that are priced beyond this 0.304ct F VVS2 stone itself. This is probably because the time WhiteFlash buys in the VS stones, the base price is more expensive (due to various reasons).

Introducing WhiteFlash Collection Series looks like a battle against Black by Brian Gavin to me. While I do not doubt the quality of Black by Brian Gavin in terms of cut as they are pretty consistent, I find that WhiteFlash's pricing is more competitive usually. More over, WhiteFlash usually has better inventory and the right-to-choose first compared to other vendors because of the volume of stones that they take-in. While sometimes the Hearts for a WhiteFlash stone can be hit-or-miss, they have shown some improvements in terms of optical precision consistency over this one year. I guess the steep competition in the market has pushed them to improve.

WhiteFlash remains one of the best place on this planet to buy AGS graded stones that have tight proportions that are coupled with excellent 4Cs and high optical precision. The inventory level of WhiteFlash is also rather high compared to its competitors. And with the addition of WhiteFlash Collection Series, this has made them a jeweler that can produce some of the rarest stone in this world. Oh,  by the way, their upgrade policy is rather generous. You can always upgrade to a diamond with the same value or higher. However, please remember that the original "free shipping" cost will be removed while upgrading.

In conclusion, I am certainly a happy man to be able to buy this magnificent diamond that falls under the prestigious WhiteFlash Collection Series. Can't help but to look at it a few more times every time I pass by it. Also, tax-free experience means Malaysia will be one of the cheapest country in the world to get a super ideal from WhiteFlash!

Of course, to put it objectively, if I want the best consistency in terms of Hearts, no doubt Brian Gavin Diamonds comes to my mind first. However, if I view the whole buying process by factoring in the price, the quality, the 4Cs, and also the upgrade policy, no doubt, WhiteFlash will be the first to pop-up in my mind. This is how good they are, thanks to some of the fantastic people that work there. ;)

Saturday, 18 August 2018

Rare Find on Zoara! A near Hearts & Arrows 50-pointer!

Wow. This diamond is pretty decent and definitely won't break the bank!

Pretty cool, right?

Let's check the proportions:

HCA is 0.8:

Ok. So below 2. Great! If you noticed, the price listed on BlueNile for the exact same piece of diamond is USD 1862.23 (wire transfer). For Zoara, the price including shipping (USD 30) will be USD 1808.00 (wire transfer). So Zoara still wins. However, the slighly higher fee of BlueNile warrants you a future upgrade of the stone, whereby you only top-up the price difference of the new diamond. For Zoara, you will need to double the price of the existing diamond. That being said, Zoara is actually your only choice in Malaysia as BlueNile does not ship to Malaysia. Besides, I don't think most of us will be upgrading our engagement diamond, right? 

Anyway, BlueNile can provide you the 360 degree video which looks pretty good. Here is a screenshot of it when facing-up:

The video shows that the 12 o'clock arrow looks slightly blurred out. I suspect this could be due to lighting, or it could be due to very slightly less precise in terms of cut. Nonetheless, overall looks fabulous.

Now, this is a within the colourless range and it has a clarity of VVS2. Therefore, this is diamond will be white and eye-clean at the same time. The only complain I have for this stone is that it is slightly heavier than the calculated ideal weight of 0.492ct. This is based on the formula 5.07 x 5.10 x 3.12 x 0.0061 = 0.492ct. The reason I am little upset is because this stone may actually be a 0.49ct if it is further polished to a higher cut precision, and thus, fails to hit the magical 50-pointer mark. There may be another reason - this diamond is actually cut to pretty high optical precision, but the extra weight is added by the mediun to slightly thick girdle. Anyway, whatever the reason may be, this diamond hits the 5.00mm mark and it will certainly look like a 50-pointer. And for such price, it is certainly hard to resist and I don't know what to call it other than best bang for your buck! The pros definitely outweights the cons a lot!

Assuming exchange rate is at 4.13, in terms of Ringgit, the price is RM 7467.04. Add on a ring setting at RM 1499 from Memory Jewellery, the final price during this tax-free period will be approximately RM 8966.04. This is definitely quite unbeatable given such quality!

Oh by the way, the ASET and Hearts images are retrieved from the supplier website. However, Zoara is also be able to provide you the same set of images simply because the supplier is able to provide those. And thanks to the ASET and Hearts images, I am confident enough to say that this will be a good purchase!

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Last Month of Tax-Free Period!

We have reached the final month for tax-free period. For peace of mind, it is best to buy now even if you plan to propose later.  Of course, just my 2 cents.

I am not sure whether SST will affect the price or not, but my gut feeling tells me shipping in loose diamonds might be tax-free. If I have that extra cash to spare, may be I can find out. :p

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

WhiteFlash Recommendations!

Below are some WhiteFlash diamonds I have selected based on my own preferences. I have chosen them from 30-pointers up until 1 carat.

What I focus on is the Hearts and Arrows precision and the contrast level. I also prefer table size that is max at 56 and lower girdle of 76% and 77%. I will add on some comments later, but if you are interested in any of these, feel free to drop me an email at myengringexp at gmail dot com.

p.s. I will also make time for Brian Gavin Diamonds later.

Here you go:

0.305ct F VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.548ct D VVS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.544ct F VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.508ct D VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.531ct G VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.544ct H VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.543ct E VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.538ct E VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.678ct H VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.66ct G VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.623ct D VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.605ct F VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.605ct G VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.614ct F VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.617ct D VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.608ct E VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.706ct  G VS1 WhiteFlash ACA

0.715ct H VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.80ct F VVS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.818ct H VS WhiteFlash ACA

0.81ct H VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

0.918ct G VS2 WhiteFlash ACA

1.007 G VS1 WhiteFlash ACA