Post # 1
I’ve seen a few, but would love to know anywhere you all would suggest to look. I’d love about a K/L color, but it’s hard to find places that carry them. They’re a good budget diamond and I like the warmth. So, trying to keep it around a thousand dollars and about a 1ct, where can I look?
Post # 3
@KaylaFromAR: jamesallen.com — pricescope.com may be helpful!! I bought a J and love it’s warmth 🙂
Post # 4
@KaylaFromAR: be careful! I had a K but I decided after I got the ring that I wanted an eternity band with larger diamonds (usually G-H) and they made my diamond look awful! I eventually swapped my 2 carat K for a 1.25 carat H. if K is definitely what you want I dont want to discourage you but just consider what you may want in the future. I have plenty of pics of my K if you want some. I will attach one for your convenience. Direct message me if I can help more!
Post # 5
Your thread tite and post are two different things. Many sites, such as BlueNile offer stones to a J, but they don’t offer past that. Your title suggests you are looking for anything past an H (an I or J), while your post indicates you are looking past a K.
I believe that Good Old Gold offers stones further down the colour chart, and other places might have them if you call, but stones past a J are much harder to shop for online.
Post # 6
@echomomm: From the way OP worded it, it seems she’s open to suggestions for places that sell H-M diamonds, but what she’s really hoping for is a K or L.
Post # 7
@echomomm: +1 on Good Old Gold.
To OP: Lol but that is only because my SO purchased my ering from them and my stone is a J color! They have a HUGE range of warmer colored stones, it’s one of their specialties! Lol I am not promoting them at all, just speaking from my experience. If you go on pricescope.com Good Old Gold is mostly all the forums talk about! I’m not yet engaged but SO has my ring and am waiting for him to propose soon. I did see an L and M in person I could definitely easily see the warmth in them. You can check out their website goodoldgold.com and go to “Diamond Search” on the left column. Many customers have shopped from them online and they really make sure you are comfortable in choosing. They have a great track record and are very reputable, which is why we chose them. I did a ton of research before choosing them. They also have a YouTube channel that shows warmer stones and demonstrates them etc. Hope this helps and good luck with whatever decision you make!:)
Post # 8
Diamonds by Lauren or Good Old Gold!
Post # 10
I’d look at Good Old Gold, or use the diamond search function at Pricescope. I think you’re going to have a hard time finding a quality 1 carat diamond at M color or above.
Post # 11
I bought my e-ring, that’s a GIA M, from Good Old Gold. But most jewelers can source them, too.
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Post # 14
Somewhere around an M, I think. I sold this ring recently….its “warm” but it is also grey-ish, so mayb not a great representation of what I think you are looking for in terms of warmth. It was a big stone at a low price (almost 1.8 ct)
Post # 15
this is an I or J colored center stone. Sorry the picture isn’t that great. I generally only notice the color difference when I’m outside.
Post # 16
My stone is an L in color and I love it… but mine is also set in yellow Gold with a whtie gold head. My suggestion is that if you are going to get a warm colored diamond, go with yellow gold, it will look like urine set in white gold. Also I agree with a previous poster, you will also need to consider your band adn he color of he diamonds because if you get a bgand with g colored diamonds it will make your yellow stone look even more yellow. So hat I did was sent with a band with smaller diamonds and I do stackables and put solid gold between the solitare and the band and it makes all the difference in the world.