(Closed) diamonds in rose gold settings

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1603 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@carlypaige:  I have heard conflicting things about this, because I plan on getting a rose gold setting! I have asked a couple of bees around here, and they all say their stones are still bright white and not affected. But I’ve also heard rose gold is so good for morganite/peachy sapphires BECAUSE it enhances their color.. so I’m not sure! You can always get white gold prongs with a rose gold setting if you’re really worried!

Post # 4
3290 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

My ring is rose gold! I don’t think my center diamond picks up color from the prongs at all, but I do think my extremely teensy micropave diamonds look a little pink sometimes, which I actually really like. Here are a bunch of pictures!

Post # 5
211 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

My stone looks very white in my rose gold ring, especially in low light. In bright sunlight you can see the stone’s color but the stone is an N– so it would always have color.

Post # 6
243 posts
Helper bee

My ring is in a 18k rose gold band but with platinum claws around the centre stone. I can see no difference between the side stones (set in rose gold) and the centre stone (set in platinum). Honestly, I think it all comes down to the quality of the diamonds you have in the ring. x




Post # 8
577 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

I feel like my diamond looks even whiter in contrast! My FI and I designed my ring and there are still aspects of it that I second-guess sometimes, but the rose gold is always the #1 thing I’m glad I did


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