Post # 16
- Wedding: May 2016 - St. John\'s Lutheran Church
I also have an unenhanced moissanite, and I love the various colors it displays. Sometimes it’s pure white like a snowflake, sometimes it sparkles like a flute of champagne, sometimes it is warm like melted butter. So not boring!
Post # 17
hi I do believe it’s an I 🙂
Post # 18
I’d post a pic of my princess solitaire that’s J/K color but it’s off being sized and having the prongs tightened 🙁 my stand in marquise is I colored and there’s no color to it. This is how I realized I miss the tint if color hahaha
Post # 19
Mine is a champagne diamond, so it’s always warm. Lol
Post # 20
I love your set – it’s so beautiful!
Here’s mine. It’s very warm – P/Q colour – I chose it because of its warmth!
Post # 21
Here is my S-T Old European Cut! I love the warmth and the color looks so beautiful in every light. My ring is a family heirloom, over 100 years old, which makes it even more special.
Post # 22
That’s in a nice colour range ☺️. Around the H-J range they’re still pretty white but has a bit of colour to give it some depth and character.
Post # 23
Some very beautiful rings and stones on this thread!
Post # 24
I don’t have that, but I think I would like it too. The warm tones are very romantic.
Post # 25
Love warm stones myself 🙂 while my stone is bright white almost always, sinetimes I catch lovely flashes of warmth like below! I adore it. I think that’s also why I prefer rose or yellow gold. Sometimes clear stones can seem too cold/white to me, much like white gold can.
Post # 26
This website helped me out so much when I was picking out my engagement ring! I went with a warmer center stone (M-N) because it complimented the YG so much more than a more colorless diamond. They just looked too contrasty and cold. I’m SO happy I picked a warm buttery diamond!!
Post # 27
We went with a G and I can see the warmth in very specific lighting and that bugs me.
Turns out I’m super color sensitive.
I wish I had either gone with an F or higher or went very low on color (s/t) so it would be white or clearly yellow.
Post # 28
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
Your ring is gorgeous!!! I love warmth in stones. This morning, right before entering my office building, my moissy had that buttery tone that I love to see.