Post # 1
I’m soooo freaking in love with this ring I could legit cry.
but yeah. it says standard size is made for 1.5 diamond. andddd i do not believe i’m getting that size. i MIGHT be, but doubt it.
he already has the diamond… its a flawless handmedown. (Which is awesome since now I don’t have to wait for him to save.) he doesn’t know the size yet.. but he said he doesn’t remember it being like “DAYUUUUUM! thats huge!”. and doesn’t remember it being not impressive.
soo, i’m going to assume that you can’t change halo size…
and i’m going to assume that smaller diamonds wouldn’t look right in a large setting.
soooo you guys should post pictures of smaller diamonds in large halo settings so I can see what it looks like for ease of mind!
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2015 - Ketchum, ID
@alerose: Most places should let you customize the center stone size, which in turn would customize the halo size. If not, take that picture to an independent jeweler and have them customize make it. It shouldn’t be expensive at all, they can just pull a similar head and shank from different designers and put them together.
Post # 4
I agree that if you call the retailer, they may be able to customize it to fit your stone. Even though they carry stock sizes, they can often order a different size or metal for a fee. If not, a good jeweler ought to be able to custom make a similar ring.
Post # 5
Yeah, I agree with the other PPs…it actually says “Standard size created for 1.5 ct. stone…” This only means that if you ordered it online it would fit a 1.5 ct stone (maybe slightly larger or smaller depending on the measurements of the stone.) However placing an order over the phone and letting them know the dimensions of the diamond should ensure a more perfect fit.
Find out the carat weight and dimensions (mm size) of your stone before you give them a call, and everything should be fine. 🙂
Post # 6
What everyone else said.
I just wanted to comment to say that setting is freaking gorgeous!!!
Post # 7
That is a seriously amazing ring!!!!!!! I love the rose and white gold, the twirly shank, the halo..wowowowoowowowow.
Hopefully they can make it to accomodate your center stone. Come back and post pics for sure 😉
Post # 8
Ring Ronnie Mervis of Mervis Diamond Importers and get advice from him.
I’m sure that he or one of his colleagues can give you all the information that you need.