Post # 1
Here you go. When I bought my wedding bands, he showed me this beauty. The color isn’t very good and it has a chip on the table, but my God…I wanted it. Diamonds have to be the most beautiful stone. The inside was breathtaking.
PS. I’m a size 5 and that is as far as it would go.
Post # 3
Ah, antique cuts are so gorgeous! They have the most beautiful light play.
Post # 6
How did you know!? I do enjoy drooling over some antique diamonds! The slight warmth is really beautiful.
Post # 7
@CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon: Aww how pretty! That actually looks a lot like mine! Mine was his grandmother’s actually. She was so sweet and wanted to me have it–how amazing is that! I never would have thought of an antique cut diamond on my own (before that ring and the Bee, I didn’t even know there were other kinds of cuts aside from shape!), but when we got this ring it is just gorgeous and different. Yay old cuts. 🙂
Post # 8
I love the warmer color of antique diamonds. Beautiful!
Post # 9
@Fizzy8: Haha. Who doesn’t!
@Eradicatereality: Now you have to post a picture!
@GFerg: I didn’t mind the color at all and didn’t even notice until he showed it next to another ring of comparable size. It isn’t even about the color, the thing was breathtaking.
Post # 10
Old European cut diamonds are my favorite cut. That ring is stunning by the way!
Post # 11
@CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon: Hmmm. I have never actually posted a picture here! Let’s try! 🙂
Oh dear god the picture is huge! Though lots of girls say that about their pictures and then they look likea good size to me. So hopefully that means that the site will resize it. 🙂
Post # 12
@Eradicatereality: They resize automatically!
Very pretty ring!
Post # 13
I love the mountings on those OEC stones….a slight illusion setting that really sets off the diamond and presents it so nicely!!! I am drooling here…… :)”’ <— drool
Post # 14
This is an .85 OEC center stone si1 and e-f in color. Set with 4smaller diamonds and 2 sapphires. Absolutely incredible circa estimate 1915