Numbers look pretty good. Despite it having a 60% table but it is compensated with a 60.3% depth. The crown and Pavilion pairing also looks okay. Overall should favour brilliance more than fire based on such proportions. However, you have to see the overall cut quality. Are the arrows aligned nicely? Does the heart look good? I assume it is an in-store physical stone since this stone has a date of 2017, which is another thing that concerns me - why it is still there? Sometimes it can be actually really no one buys it, but sometimes, it can be cut quality issue. If you can see it, then well, if you like it, then you can really consider it. If this stone is from a brick-and-mortar then I would say the price is pretty fair. Even if I am selling, D VVS2 will most likely be 5k and above too.
If you want options, here is a good one:
https://www.whiteflash.com/loose-diamonds/r...id=myengringexp (affiliate link)
It is slightly bigger and has all the images of the stone provided. Not to mention, it is cheaper too. It is graded by AGS is slightly stricter in terms of cut quality, but as far as diamond fluorescence is concerned, AGS takes GIA none fluorescence and GIA faint fluorescence as both negligible. In reality, if I have a faint fluorescence stone, it may be able to sell it cheaper because there is usually more discount from the supplier side for such stone.
Is fluorescence bad? In reality, faint fluorescence usually has no impact to the beauty of the diamond, and it cant be seen without exposing the stone under UV light. So I won't mind.
In fact, I have 2 stones coming this week that contains faint fluorescence. Will share it via my Facebook page when it arrives.
Thanks for the advice and recommendation, right now the dealer has another piece recommended for me, GIA 7306197988 0.42 Price RM 4xxx, he says VS1 flaw is not noticeable under the score, if compared to previous stone which one more worthy to buy?