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notjoe
01-03-2006, 01:52 AM
I just broke up with my fiance

My loss is your gain as i have a beautiful engagement ring for sale.

Diamond Specs:

Cut: Princess
Cut Grading: Very Good
Clarity: VVS2
Color Grade: E
Size: .71carat

The diamond is set in a ring which has a total of 6 diamonds. 3 on one side of it and 3 on the otherside. the 6 smaller diamonds are embedded in the ring.


The main diamond has been graded by GIA and i do have the certificate they issued as well as the receipt for it. I also have the recepit for the ring however those diamonds embedded have not been graded.

Now for what i paid

Diamond: $4085.00
Ring: 1447.85

Grand Total: $5532.85



I will entertain any serious offers.

Justin e36
01-03-2006, 03:10 AM
Send a PM to BigD... he may be interested.

myndgone
01-03-2006, 11:27 AM
pics?

XtremeKaz
01-03-2006, 11:42 AM
pics?
y the interest??

myndgone
01-03-2006, 11:51 AM
keep it quiet, Shapiro :D

j/k...just checking, man...

notjoe
01-03-2006, 12:47 PM
need to find my CF card to take pics with but once i do it will be posted.

bmnorm
01-04-2006, 03:15 PM
I'll give you 2gs for the diamond. cash in hand.

pm if interested

notjoe
01-04-2006, 03:31 PM
Thanks for the offer bmnorm but at this time i will have to pass as i have my crack addiction under control for the moment.

Feel free to look at the url listed below to get idea of what the stones are worth. Yes i know i am not going to get what i paid for it but i'm not so desperate to unload the thing that i would take 2k.

http://www.canadian-diamonds-wholesale.com/system/diamonds.asp?bdid=&pagelen=60&cut=Princess&clarity=VVS2&color=E&caratfrom=&caratto=

bmnorm
01-04-2006, 03:48 PM
^^
haha, sorry bro.
I am with my friend and he is a jeweller. he asked me to give it a shot.

anyways, good luck with the sale.

bumb for a guy with a good sense of humor.

Blades
01-04-2006, 03:50 PM
ouch .. sure you dont want to hold on to it for a while .. things might work out. unless you popped the question and the answer wasnt what you were expecting.

notjoe
01-04-2006, 03:51 PM
^^
haha, sorry bro.
I am with my friend and he is a jeweller. he asked me to give it a shot.

anyways, good luck with the sale.

bumb for a guy with a good sense of humor.


*drink*

It's been a rough day for me and its only getting worse. I apologize if i came off a bit snippy ;)

Cant blame your friend for trying though :)

bmnorm
01-04-2006, 04:03 PM
np,
sorry to hear about the break up.

things happen for the best.

notjoe
01-04-2006, 04:04 PM
np, the breakup is the least of my problems ;0

greekthang
01-05-2006, 10:45 AM
I just broke up with my fiance

My loss is your gain as i have a beautiful engagement ring for sale.

Diamond Specs:

Cut: Princess
Cut Grading: Very Good
Clarity: VVS2
Color Grade: E
Size: .71carat

The diamond is set in a ring which has a total of 6 diamonds. 3 on one side of it and 3 on the otherside. the 6 smaller diamonds are embedded in the ring.


The main diamond has been graded by GIA and i do have the certificate they issued as well as the receipt for it. I also have the recepit for the ring however those diamonds embedded have not been graded.

Now for what i paid

Diamond: $4085.00
Ring: 1447.85

Grand Total: $5532.85



I will entertain any serious offers.


I am not here to put in a offer. I am truly sorry about what happen man my heart goes out to you. Hang in there and try to think positive*sad*

notjoe
01-05-2006, 11:04 AM
I am not here to put in a offer. I am truly sorry about what happen man my heart goes out to you. Hang in there and try to think positive*sad*


It's more a sense of freedom and peace of mind that i'm experiencing than sadness LOL but thanks for the best wishes bro! :)

Deep 3.2TL
01-05-2006, 06:40 PM
A fair offer is somewhere in the $3500 range for the stone and the ring would be dependant on the size of stones in the ring and whether it's platinum or white gold.

For those of you are still looking for a ring and don't get it from notjoe, pm me... I'm in the diamond biz, remember??

Sorry notjoe, didn't want to jack your thread...

Deep

Betray
01-05-2006, 08:00 PM
wow cant beleive you guys broke up!

bump for a great diamond!

dave328i
01-05-2006, 09:58 PM
those irc chicks are no good anyway

Chris de la Cruz
01-06-2006, 10:03 AM
why not sell it to those diamond places if anything? well i don't shit all about it but yeah its worth a shot? or better yet.. keep it for the next one ;)

sorry to hear about it though... keep your head up bro. at least you escaped the disease of onegina. Best of luck to you

e36chick
01-06-2006, 12:07 PM
can't you return it to the store? i know places like Spence do buyback up to 5 years after...and give you what you paid for the stone...

Deep 3.2TL
01-06-2006, 12:52 PM
why not sell it to those diamond places if anything? well i don't shit all about it but yeah its worth a shot? or better yet.. keep it for the next one ;)

sorry to hear about it though... keep your head up bro. at least you escaped the disease of onegina. Best of luck to you


Because they will not give you any where close to what you paid. For example, if a ring was valued at $4000, purchased for $3000, the wholesale value is probably about $2000, then these places wouldn't pay you more then $1500 MAX, $1000 more likely. The reasoning? If I as a merchant can buy this exact same stone any day of the week for $2000, why would I purchase yours for the same price? Not only is it the same price, but I have to put my money out there and possibly not sell it for 6 months or more...

Make sense?

Deep

Deep 3.2TL
01-06-2006, 12:52 PM
can't you return it to the store? i know places like Spence do buyback up to 5 years after...and give you what you paid for the stone...


Usually only when you are doing an upgrade. Not a straight return...

Deep

e36chick
01-06-2006, 02:01 PM
Usually only when you are doing an upgrade. Not a straight return...

Deep

Oh i see. I didnt know there were terms like that.

Deep 3.2TL
01-06-2006, 02:15 PM
There usually is... no always, but usually...

Deep

Chris de la Cruz
01-07-2006, 02:51 PM
Because they will not give you any where close to what you paid. For example, if a ring was valued at $4000, purchased for $3000, the wholesale value is probably about $2000, then these places wouldn't pay you more then $1500 MAX, $1000 more likely. The reasoning? If I as a merchant can buy this exact same stone any day of the week for $2000, why would I purchase yours for the same price? Not only is it the same price, but I have to put my money out there and possibly not sell it for 6 months or more...

Make sense?

Deep


Gotcha *th-up* sorry i know nothing about the diamond business. but good luck bro

dave328i
01-07-2006, 09:28 PM
let's see pics. i'm thinking of proposing to my girlfriend.

make sure it's clean though, i don't know where that ring has been (knowing you two, especially her.)

Chris de la Cruz
01-07-2006, 11:25 PM
^^^ lol lets just hope she doesn't read that then :D