Are there any ladies out there with a .50ct round wring on a 8.5 finger?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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932 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@avamacbeth:  Round Solitaires tend to look true to size or a little larger so it will probably be fine on your finger, also the type of setting matters as well there are plenty of other post already about the topic, so take a look and do a search. 

 

http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/post-your-pics-05-carat-rings-on-size-7-9-fingers#axzz2o1t8AfG3

 

Just as a model, I have a size 9.5 finger and I have a 1.01 carat solitare (cushion cut) which tends to face up smaller so it probably looks more like .75-.80.  hope it helps

 

Post # 5
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2534 posts
Sugar bee

I have a size 8 finger and the centre stone is around .50

However it’s a halo style. I can post a pic if you want

Post # 7
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187 posts
Blushing bee

@avamacbeth: I have a 0.72 ct round solitaire set in white gold, and my ring is a size 9. The diamond is a little bigger than you asked for, but so is my finger =P

 

Post # 9
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187 posts
Blushing bee

@avamacbeth: Haha thanks, I appreciate the comments because I rarely hear anyone saying anything nice about my ring (not that people say anything mean either). It’s actually EGL, so take all the grading with a grain of salt: H color, SI1, excellent cut, excellent polish, excellent symmetry. We bought it in person, so we chose the diamond before we saw the certification. 

Post # 12
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2878 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Mine’s not a solitaire, but has a .5 center stone.  The ring is sized at an 8 but is too small, so really probably an 8.5 finger

Post # 16
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932 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@avamacbeth:  absolutely.  My stone is a 1.01 modified brilliant cushion cut,  which people will tell you to stay away from because of the crushed ice look, but I ABSOLUTELY love it.  I prefer a warmer stone, so it is K in color and I1 in clarity.  Because it is a modified brilliant it hides the two flaws that are on the diamond grading report not to mention the flaws are hidden by the prongs. 

Having been engaged before and my sister has been married, I realize that unless you by a totally flawless diamond, which most people dont have the money to afford one, diamonds are a heart value not monetary value, because YOU WILLL NEVER get what you paid for it.  

So I say get what speaks to your heart, don’t break the bank because the diamond doesnt make the mariage.

 

Sorry for the rant, but I see people getting so caught up in the diamond…. Good luck on your search. 

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