Post # 1
I’ve heard that G looks almost always white when it’s set, but I’ve also heard some poeple can detect a tiny yellow tint in it under indoor lighting.
Do you ever see any warmth in yours?
My e-ring is a G color and I’m a little worried…
Post # 3
mine is a G, and even next to a D I don’t notice any color.
Post # 4
Mine is a G and I’ve never noticed any warmth in any light.
Post # 5
I think it depends on how color-sensitive you are and what the G diamond is near. When I chose my center diamond, I considered and evaluated E, F,and G stones in addition to the D diamond that I ultimately selected. I was able to see a clear difference between the D stone and the F and G options. It was quite noticeable to me, but I am very sensitive to variations of color.
As long as any sidestones in your ring are not brighter and whiter than your G center stone and you’re not going to be putting your ring right next to someone’s D-colored stone, you likely will not notice warmth in your stone.
Post # 6
Mine is a H and I never see any warmth.
Post # 7
It depends on how color sensitive you are. I can at times in certain light but I like that warmth and depth. It’s one of the things aboudamp diamond in surprised I fell in live with.
Post # 8
I have never seen any warmth in mine.
Post # 9
I have an antique ring that has a G center and 6 small F diamonds set around it, all set in platinum. It is very white.
Post # 10
Mine is an H set in white gold and it never looks yellow, even next to other diamonds. It’s just over a half carat though. I think the bigger you go the more obvious it is.
Post # 11
I see no warmth in mine, it looks white.
Post # 12
I have a 1.65ct G color center and I see NO warmth whatsoever, and I am very sensitive to color. I believe it is because the stone is VVS1 (and the one inclusion is so tiny and on the bottom of the stone that Fiance, the jeweler AND the gemologist couldn’t find it.) I think if it was a lower clarity you might be able to notice the color more.
Fiance went through 4 rounds of diamond appts before picking this one and said that it noticably prettier than a similarly sized E, VS1 stone with a thicker girdle. He’s a huge perfectionist, so I believe him ha.
Post # 13
I have a couple of rings that are G coloured – and no I cannot see a difference. I also have a OEC that is very low on the colour chart – probably a J/K (it’s an inherited vintage diamond). I had it reset in a ring of my choosing when I inherited it. The pave around the setting (on the head and shank) is a higher colour, but that is what I like about it. The difference in hue makes the beauty of the OEC pop.
I also have a very poor quality “fun” ring that is D colour – set in a bezel. It does look whiter than any of my other rings, but not by a lot and only when I put them side by side. It is a very subtle difference that I have had to study in order to even see it.
My ering is a G and emerald shaped. I absolutely cannot detect colour. To me, it looks bright white.
It is my second marriage, so over the years I have collected (and discarded lol) a number of diamond rings. I have always loved diamonds and I can honestly say I would not worry one bit about a G coloured stone.
Post # 14
I have never noticed any warmth or color to my G under any light. Even compared to a D up close, I see no difference.
Post # 15
@MrsRose7: I have an H and i can tell however it is EGL certified which probably puts it more at an I, J in color. I think you will be fine with G color!
Post # 16
Nope, I don’t see any warmth in my G. But like PPs have said, it depends on how color sensitive you are.