This is why when we select our asscher cut diamonds, we find it is essential to hand pick each one for perfect optics to ensure right level of brightness and fire in the diamond. This way we can weed out diamonds like the stone on the left, which sound rather good based on the information in the GIA lab report, but in practise disappoint when you inspect them with your eyes.
I can state this case's history in a few sentences. All I tell below is in evidence except the 1994 GIA lab report. We were not allowed to admit it because GIA failed to appear to defend its report.
The inside of one of the newer GIA Reports GIA Lab Reports- The Gold
It is an investment for when you really need the money fast! (If you do not have the GIA report with you , you can always refer to the laser inscripted registry number printed on the diamond and check it on the Internet at the GIA lab report)