posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
30 posts
  • Wedding: October 2013

This is my mom’s blue diamond ring……. 


Post # 5
223 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Does any Bees have natural blue diamond e-ring? (I.e. the non-treated diamonds) I don’t want to guess from photos so if any one has a natural pleaseindicate.  It looks like the treated blues are usually really bright sky blue, like blue zircons – and naturals have a deep dark blue like a sapphire. (think hope diamond).

I’m assuming most of the blue diamonds I see here are probably not natural – but correct me if I’m wrong. Its just natural blues are just very rare, but I see the treated blue diamonds at jewelry stores regularly.

I know natural fancy blue diamonds are even way more expensive than white diamonds so I was curious if anyone has gone that route and where did they buy from (natural fancy colordiamonds are usually a speciality thing, not many jewelers carry them unless u make a special request for it (meaning natural fancy colors like red, orange, purple, blue, green, chameleon, pink, even yellow. But Brown, black and champagne colors are being used a lot now adays in many stores) 

Im curious what they are like in person to wear – any pics I would love – and how difficult it was to buy/source the stones? Where did you buy from?

Post # 6
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@diamondsforevershine:  I have always LOVED your e-ring, but I have not seen this posted before! to die for! If I had not picked a black diamond, I would have gone with blue. I love the setting you have the stone in as much as the stone. gourgeous.

Post # 7
3082 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - A court...


I’d also like to see one! The irridated (?) Ones are nice but the natural blue ones have such a pretty colour. The closest I’ve come to seeing one (on here ) is a bee who had a lab made one from d.nea diamonds, which although way cheaper than natural blue diamonds they are more expensive than the blue diamonds chain jewelry stores carry.

Post # 8
1270 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

@atreyu547:  Check out Leibish & Co.: http://www.fancydiamonds.net/

They are a seemingly reputable dealer of fancy color diamonds – I learned of them on PriceScope. They have lots of pictures and videos for eye candy!

Post # 9
981 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

Mine looks more purple than blue.

Post # 10
422 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2006

@littlemisschef18:  I’ve got some! Thsi is the stand in I’m wearing while my regular wedding/e-rings get resized. 

ETA: Natural blue, but tiny, so affordable.



Post # 11
296 posts
Helper bee

I get mine in October so I’ll post it then but I know when I get it I’ll be so happy. 

Post # 14
12 posts
  • Wedding: September 2013

@littlemisschef18:  is completely correct on the pricing; I doubt very many people on the Bee have truly natural occurring blue diamonds.  


I have an irradiated green-blue diamond that I absolutely love.  I started with a blue-green moissanite but didn’t like how green it always looked so we bought the stone I have now. 


(Picture from our wedding photographer: The Inner Light Photography & Design, Coldwater MI)


Post # 15
68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2014


Not my main stone… But it has blue diamond Halos!!

Post # 16
15 posts
  • Wedding: April 2014

Natural blue diamonds. 4.01 carats total

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