Post # 1
hey bees! Would there be a noticeable difference between a 3.64 vs 4ct round solitaire diamond? I recently received my upgrade which I love! I’m just second guessing myself, if I should’ve gotten the 4ct. Would like your opinions please! Is it worth going up or keeping what I have. Thanks!
Post # 2
Bigger is bigger….I get it. But there is already enough finger coverage happening. I say leave it as is.
Post # 3
I agree that thats more than enough coverage for a round. But if you’re second guessing, go with your gut
Post # 4
It really depends on the mm of the stones. Even though a 4 carat weighs more it might not have much of a difference in mm, visual size, to justify the cost to the bigger carat. It looks like a big beautiful stone as it is. Remember cut is the most important C. ☺️
Post # 5
As diamonds increase in carat size it takes a greater increase in carat size to see a visual difference. 3.64 to 4 should be under a 10 percent increase in face-up area so you wouldn’t see a difference. I don’t think it would be worth the premium you’d pay to not see a noticeable difference.
Post # 6
In terms of the outside world, I think anyone who sees that is going to think “holy crap that’s giant” no matter what so no, they’re not going to notice a difference.
But it sounds like it might be a mental thing with you to hit the 4 carat mark and if you’re going to regret it, then you should go for it now while you’re still in the return window.
Post # 7
I think the size you have now is lovely!
Post # 8
- Wedding: June 2019 - City, State
It looks great and also is very big imo! I wouldn’t go any bigger. Looks great as is.
Post # 9
I think the difference is going to be minimal. And a 3.64 ct is already huge! People are going to look at that and think it’s a 4 ct anyways as our eyes tend to look and round off for us. At least I think so. LOL. But trust me, it looks really big.
Post # 10
There is definitely enough finger coverage, and it looks pretty big IMO! I think it’s lovely! and you should leave it as it =)
Post # 11
thank you so much for your response.
Post # 13
thank you!! My measurements are