An AGS000 or Triple zero is the absolute highest cut grade that a
diamond can have.
The very rare combination of ideal proportions, ideal polish and ideal
symmetry result in an AGS000 or Triple Zero. It is extremely difficult to
locate a diamond where all three cut factors are totally ideal. Once
you have all three factors totally ideal..........then
BINGO!!!!!....you've locked onto and lucked out on a
TRIPLE ZERO!!!! ........AND YOU'VE GOT THE
ABSOLUTE BEST!!!!!!.........FOR LIFE!!!! An AGS000 has
unprecedented brilliance and fire. The diamond will have a spectacular
brilliance that will totally astound you beyond belief. An AGS000 will purely
outshine any other diamond!!!!! The fire is truly amazing.......the intense
flash of spectral colors or the dispersion is a sight to behold....... the 'spark
emitting' scintillation is dazzling..........Guaranteed!!!! An AGS000 or Triple
Zero will 'outshine' any of your fiancee's girlfriend's diamonds. Not that
there's any race going on.
America,--You've never, ever seen anything comparable to the sheer intense brilliance of an AGS000!!!!!!!!
Each AGS000 diamond is certified by AGS (American Gem Society). The AGS is the most highly respected diamond organization in the U.S. The AGS cert or DQD (Diamond Quality Document) is the most highly respected, trusting and valued document attesting to the very fine quality of the diamond. Having a totally impartial and unbiased AGS Diamond Quality Document is an absolute 110% guarantee of quality.
What exactly constitutes an AGS000 or Triple Zero?
To qualify as an AGS000 the diamond must meet the following criteria:
Crown Angle----33.7-35.8 degrees.
Girdle----Thin, medium, slightly thick.
Culet----pointed, very small, small, medium
Polish & Symmetry----ideal
Pavilion depth 42.2-43.8 percent
Having an AGS000 is in itself a built in guarantee that the diamond is "the best there is"and you don't have to worry that the diamond is lacking in any respect whatsoever. Any AGS000 triple zero will provide a spectral display of unsurpassed brilliance and fire resulting in 'beauty beyond belief'.
Pictures as viewed thru a refractive scope
Actual photo of an AGS000 "Hearts & Arrows" diamond.
Same view under different lighting conditions.
1.008ct. AGS000 "Hearts & Arrows" diamond as per DQD #AGS0001276806 Dated October 25,1999 E-color SI1-Clarity
A diamond having the above ratings on a GIA certificate would be comparable to an AGS Triple Zero. Providing that the diamond has ideal proportions meaning the table is between 54-57%, the depth is in the range of approx. 59.5 to 62.5%, and the girdle is in the range of thin to slightly thick, and the 'polish and symmetry' are rated as 'excellent' or 'very good', then the diamond would be equivalent to an AGS Triple Zero. These diamonds have the same spectacular overwhelming brilliance that the AGS000's have. Even though the range of tables is from 54 to 57% the optimal ones are 55 and 56%. Even though the ideal depth range is approx. 59.5 to 63% the optimal depth is from approx. 60 to 61.7%.
So, if you have an AGS000 (Triple Zero), that would be equivalent to a GIA EX, EX (or VG VG, or VG EX or EX VG). The GIA certed diamond would of course have to have 'ideal' proportions. Then, you have that assurance of total spectacular brilliance!!!
"The King of Diamonds"
"HEARTS & ARROWS" DIAMONDS