Post # 1
I see posts all the time regarding diamonds which are colorless or nearly colorless, but I don’t usually see any other bee’s who have diamonds which are in the warmer tones (M-Z).
I have a family heirloom diamond which was graded at a W, and I love it. I figure that I can’t be the only one 🙂
Post # 3
That’s an M?
*mindblown* always figured they would be sooo yellow in real life, Im a noodle!
Can hardly see the ring in that last photo at all though, you should get a good clear one of when it looks its brightest and yellowest 🙂
Post # 4
@classical_wolf: wow that’s awesome! Lucky!
Post # 5
I love those color diamonds, but warmth in stones don’t bother me at all and I love yellow diamonds! My RHR ring has them and they are stunning.
That is one beautiful ring you have! Are you wearing it as your e-ring?
Post # 6
Love warm stones – warmer the better!
Post # 7
On the team of lovinging the deep range of m-z, and have actually been shopping around for the better part of this year for 5-7, Y-Z color, .15ers to set into a channel yellow gold band.
Post # 8
I cant seem to find warmer colored diamonds. I love the warmth! They have an antique/vintage feel to them!
Where to find them is my question
Post # 9
@FutureMrsHolmes: some vendors specialize in antique stones and have lots with warmth – good gold gold, jewels by erica grace, old world diamonds all have lots of options.
Post # 10
@peonyinlove: Thank you! Are they more expensive? I ask because the majority want colorless stones and those seem crazy expensive and also because you used the word antique and that makes everything go higher. lol.
Post # 11
@FutureMrsHallam: It’s a W actually 🙂
@wrkbrk: Thanks 🙂
@megan331979: It is my e-ring, yes. I love the warm tones!
@sweetpotata: Ooh, it sounds gorgeous!
@FutureMrsHolmes: Indeed, I love how it’s antique as well!
@peonyinlove: Indeed, I didn’t get my diamond at Good Old Gold as it’s an heirloom, but I purchased my setting at Good Old Gold 🙂
Post # 12
@FutureMrsHolmes: it depends on a lot of factors – but lower stones are very often less expensive. for instance for roughly the same budget you could buy a 1 carat g colour good clarity diamond or you could potentially buy a 1.5 carat (or larger!) m colour diamond with same clarity etc for around the same price, or even less.
we bought my diamond from jewels by erica grace (although mine is g colour) but there are some great values.
for instance there’s a gia certed M vvs2, 1.6 carat for 7,600.
a 1.61 carat antique cushion M colour gia certed for even less!
Post # 13
@peonyinlove: Ive always wanted a hand me down ring/diamond but I guess no one in my family kept their rings or had any rings. I’ve always been one for older/antique items … except cars … its hot in texas. lol.