so where did the rough come from? and the real most obvious is who
in their right mind is going to wear a $68,000,000 ring? and then
who is going to believe it is a diamond at that?
How does anyone in their right mind ask these questions if they are
in the jewelry of gemstone business? Anti-thematic to the nature of
the forum, which I think is to promote skills, knowledge, and support
for all our endeavors.
We (can) work with the most rare and unique materials. We can use
our creativity to design and then use or create equipment or
technology to realize our vision.
There is a very large quartz crystal at G.I.A. that Glenn Lehrer
polished. I do not believe anyone got their undies in a bunch over
that accomplishment. It would have cut thousands of boring little
cabs, but he choose to present it in a form that revealed it’s
excellence in the form it is in.
Why isn’t this true for this?
Price should not really be a concern of anyone other than the person
who can afford it and desires it.
I still believe if you have not seen it, you do not have a clue
about what you are opinioning about.
Richard Hart G.G.