Post # 1
Hi! So I have my moms .31 ct Ring Bearer diamond that belonged to my mother and have been looking for a new setting to put it in to glam it up a bit. I found this halo and I think this is what I want…what do you all think of putting the round stone in the cushion halo. I like round halos but they just dont excite me the way the cushion shaped ones do. I would need to get it custom made since this ring cant accomodate a stone my size. But since my ring looks so dark to me I think a setting that lets more light in the bottom will help too and help it sparkle. So what do u all think? Do you like this setting even though my center diamond is only .31 cts and do you think the extra light will help this older diamond sparkle (my currect setting is real low and lets very little light if any to the bottom of the diamond). Thanks so much!!
Post # 4
Can’t speak to the sparkle factor, but that is a beautiful setting.
Post # 6
I agree, I love the cushion halo setting, better than a round. Looks great with a round diamond too. Go for it!
Post # 7
I don’t know about the light or anything but I love the setting!
I am wanting a round diamond in the setting below (I also thought the round halos were ok but when I tried them on they lacked the “wow” factor for me too )
Post # 8
I think that setting would make any diamond pop and sparkle all over the place!
Love the cushion halo setting – go for it!
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I think it would look amazing!
Post # 10
Wow yes! Love it, I loooove halo styles!
Post # 11
Um… that cushion halo is AWESOME! I think it will really help with the “wow” factor you are going with! If you have the stone in a cushion setting I think it will make it look a little bigger and give it some “oomph”. I love cushion settings 🙂
I can’t wait to see what you end up deciding!
Post # 12
That is absolutely stunning! I’ve been looking at the cushion halos too for a possible upgrade my solitare setting for a 5 yr or 10 yr anny present for my princess cut. That is perfect for your description, go for it!
Post # 13
Beautiful setting! I think it would look great with a round stone.