(Closed) Amora Gem halo pics?

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

I don’t think they are doing radiant cut amora gems, I know the emerald cut will be available very soon though. 

Here’s my 1.65 carat G Vs1 amora gem ultra, the halo diamonds are also G Vs1. 

Post # 6
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Blushing bee

Thus is a H SI1 6.5mm Amora surrounded by 1.5 ctw D diamonds. I don’t notice any color in it and would honestly think a much higher color would look too bright. 

Post # 8
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

littlemisshousewifey:  every once in a while I’ll see a slight color difference between the center and side stones, but this is normal since smaller stones will always look whiter than larger ones. Most of the time they are the same color. However I really love when my AG is showing a little warmth, it makes it look more realistic in my opinion. I havnt heard about the Radiant cut amora gem, I’m interested to see what those will look like, though I’m sure they will be gorgeous! 

Post # 9
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Bumble bee

So I think you saw my pic on the other thread. The color specs in my center stone and side stones match, and mine don’t show any difference (but I guess depending on the ring, you can see a color difference in other rings sometimes even if the color matches). It is my understanding that radiants and emerald cuts show a little more color than round brilliants, I’m assuming the same would be true for AGs. If I were you, I’d at least match the side stones, if not go 1-2 color shades whiter. 

In the end, it’s a matter of personal taste. I had both a D color and an F color in my ring at one point (only returned the D color because of size) and both colors looked like they matched my ring. You can always just guess what color you would like, and return it if it doesn’t appeal to your eye once it’s in the setting 🙂 Based on your ring specs, I’d shoot for an F-G.

Post # 10
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Blushing bee

littlemisshousewifey:  no moodiness at all, very little fire which i prefer. I was really nervous, because I wanted it to look diamond like, and it does. Might be because it’s smaller than most AGs and surrounded by diamonds. I think it’s tougher to pass as a diamond with a large solitaire.

Post # 13
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Blushing bee

littlemisshousewifey:  no but I’ve only had it a week. I don’t see why they would. It doesn’t look off enough for anyone to question it. That setting you picked is gorgeous.

Post # 14
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Newbee

tjacob2014 :  New here!  Sorry for such a late reply on this board, but I can’t help but wonder – the difference between the F and D color wasn’t too drastic?  

I only ask because I have a D color AG and plan to have set in a Tacori setting.  I think the pave setting stone colors are typically G, so I’m a bit nervous about the color difference… 

Post # 15
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Bumble bee

dantine17 :  to my eyes, no I did not see a difference. Because the diamonds in the halo are smaller, they usually appear whiter than a large stone at the same color. So you may find no difference in color between G side stones and D-F center stone. I for sure don’t see a difference. That’s why it’s a bad idea (if you don’t like the appearance of warmth) to do a warmer color for the center stone vs. the halo stones, because the smaller stones will appear whiter as is. 

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