Post # 1
I got my mum a pendant for her birthday on weekend, and as a promotional thing the store we got it from were giving away free a pair of round diamond earings with every purchase. YAY!! They are m-n coloured diamonds with an SI clarity and around 2.8mm.
Well to my point…I had never really seen a M coloured diamond and was quite surprised at how pretty a yellow tinged diamond actually was. We are lead to believe that warmth in a diamond is less desirable….I really love the buttery yellow in an M+ diamond and think in the future I would consider purchasing a M+ coloured diamond for a RHR.
Do any Bees own a M – Z coloured diamond….and can we see pictures???
Post # 3
I don’t have one… but I absolutely LOVE that colour grade! Pricescope has a few threads with K and lower diamonds if you’re looking for some eye candy.
Post # 4
Lucky duck! I don’t have any either, but I also LOVE warm colored diamonds. Something about a warm buttery glow is soooo romantic!!
Post # 5
I have a warm colored diamond center stone set in rose gold with a double band of white diamonds. I absolutely love it.
Post # 6
My center stone is an M-colored AVC from Good Old Gold.
Post # 7
@cmbr: Pics, please! Sounds divine… 🙂
Post # 9
@cmbr: love to see pictures of your rings!!! they sound lovely!!!
Post # 10
This is an N color VS2 diamond. My friend at this watch store sold it to a couple for a one year anniversary because they never had an engagement ring. I always photoshop my favorite rings before I let people take them back hehehe!
Post # 11
@cmbr: gonna need to see pics ladies 😉
Post # 12
GOG says this is an O-P color
another N VS2 from GOG
GOG compairs AVR
Post # 13
My diamond is a W and VS1. I love how warm it looks 🙂 It’s a family heirloom but was put in a setting by Good Old Gold.
Post # 14
Someone on here has a stunning S color, but I can’t remember who. I don’t have an M-Z, but I do love “lower” colored stones, and I would super love to have one (they are kind of hard to find, since most “big” retailers don’t go that far to the end of the spectrum. Lucky you for winning such a fun prize!
Post # 15
I have an old mine cut, M color, VS1. Love a buttery stone!
Post # 16
@Alby2013: Gorgeous! I’m sure it really depends on the angle. Does your M look white sometimes?