Brilliant earth lab diamond J

posted 3 months ago in Rings
Post # 17
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306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

sydneybee4 :  honestly I had the same concerns as you when I was in the buying process and I wouldn’t worry about it. I looked at a LOT of diamonds, lab and natural, and compared the warmer colors to the white colors every chance I got until I felt reassured enough to go for it. We actually went to two separate brilliant earth appointments and at the first one the J I looked at was IGI certified and I still would’ve gone with it. Holding the loose stones in person and seeing the thousands of dollars price difference for the barely there color difference did it for me. If I had known more at the time I would’ve looked for an even lower color, but I am in love with my stone! Brilliant earth has excellent customer service so if you have a stone in mind you can message them and ask them about it, the only thing I’d recommend watching for is the stones with a brownish tint but that is purely my personal preference. 

Post # 19
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99 posts
Worker bee

 It is not Brilliant Earth but this is my lab “J” color emerald cut….could not love it more 🥰

 

Post # 20
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2299 posts
Buzzing bee

sydneybee4 :  I’ve been told that warmer diamonds (up to M) don’t really show color if they’re set in a colored metal—as in, anything but white gold 🙂

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