Post # 31
I have a H Colour. I didnt really know that much about diamonds but I guess with an Emerald cut you should go more expensive. I dont notice colour as much as sometimes it looks like its glowing (foggy) but not all the time. The jeweler said something about radioactive but I havent really looked into it. I find pictures do not do it justice!
Post # 32
Radioactive?? I think you should start looking that up ASAP! Do you mean FLUORESCENT??
Post # 33
I thought he said radioactive or something. I wasnt paying that much attention because its not always there!!! You are probably right on the fluroescent.
Post # 34
So neat! Love the little video, shows off your ring beautifully!
Post # 35
Mine is an I, and I adore it.
Post # 36
Mine is a solitatire set in platinum and is about a K in color. It’s an OEC which I think helps. I love warmth in stones though.
Post # 37
I have an H! It’s still near colorless and looks white all the time to me.
Post # 38
Mine is H colored and I’ve never noticed any warmth or color to it. But it is also set in yellow gold, which will make it look whiter.
Honestly, unless you’re doing side by side comparisons, no one is going to notice.
Post # 39
haha oh thank you!! yeah I love the way the rings look in video, I think it’s way easier to see the true nature of the diamond in a video. I tried to get a board going with gifs but it didn’t take off. 🙁
Wedding bands!! Add your own gif!
Post # 40
- Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast
I dont see it. Looks white to me.
Post # 41
Mine is I. I am also very sensitive to colour. No regrets though!! I can see warmth in some environments but for the most part it is bright and white. And going I afforded me a larger diamond.
Post # 42
Hi, I think your diamond looks great! My Round Brilliant is an I color, I had the setting made using E/F colored melees and I just loved the contrast. The key is good cut and clarity, mine is IF and it sparkled beautifully. Do I see the warmth? …of course but I have zero regret!
Post # 43
Super happy with my J. Cut is the key I think.
Post # 44
I think your diamond is BEAUTIFUL! I have H color! sparkly white and gorgeous…I agree, cut is key! 😉 and clarity…yucky. I can see a bad cut with crap clarity a mile away 😉 Anyway, I orignally fell in love with a G I think?..I knew I wanted it set in yellow gold and numerous jewelers told me that high of color grade would be wasted on a yellow gold setting…They suggested I get an I or J.. My finace went with H…. 🙂
Post # 45
Mine is an H in color and I have no color regret at all. It always looks white to me. : ) I don’t think anyone would ever notice any color in your diamond.