Post # 16
hssweethearts2013 : I have a yellow diamond, its a modified brilliant (thats what the GIA certificate says), is fancy colored and I definitely do not regret it. I have a really strong sense of style and didn’t just want a colorless stone. My Fiance got it custom made based on a Harry Winston ring I ripped out of a magazine (I had no say in my ring other than random passing conversations throughout our relationship). But yellow diamonds have always been my favorite (ever since Heidi Klum got hers from Seal), get what you love and what makes your heart sparkle 😉
Post # 17
I have about a .5 carat black diamond solitare that I just had reset. It’s still at the jewelers so I don’t have a picture of it in its new setting. I love it and it’s just the right mix of traditional and unique.
Ukulele4You : I just love your black diamond! The setting is so unique and makes it look so delicate.
Post # 18
mrsmay07 : I agree with the wet look,it reflects more than shimmers or shines.
I have a black diamond as well. I like the contrast between black and white diamonds. I really wanted pink but we were on a budget so I got black.
Post # 19
hssweethearts2013 : Here’s my 2.04ct Fancy Light Green-Yellow from James Allen on a plain platinum band (I’ve had it reset since, but just haven’t taken much photos). It faces up white depending on the lighting and background then you can see hints of green and yellow.
Post # 20
scissorgirl : Brian Gavin Cape is where my stone is from! Cross listed with the Blue line.
My stone is a warmer diamond, super ideal cut, and goes from an icy even bluish hue to pale yellow to warm champagne depending on the lighting with intense sparkle. It’s in 18k rose gold, and Fiance had my setting customized with untreated pink diamonds on the side profile. I have always loved colored diamonds, but I still sometimes wonder if I shouldn’t have gotten a regular colorless diamond in a platinum setting. But then, I get a comment about how gorgeous and unique my ring is and while looking at wedding bands notice how I’m always drooling at the rings similar to mine and remember why I chose it.
Here it is!
Post # 22
doggeebee : Stunning! What colour is this? There was an R on the website that I was just in LOVE with lol.
Post # 23
scissorgirl : thank you! It’s an M with strong blue fluorescence
Post # 24
Mine is a yellow rustic diamond in yellow gold!
Post # 25
- Wedding: August 2017 - Sea Cider
This is NOT my ring, but it did pop up on my Insta feed today, and I was so fascinated, I had to track it down on the jeweler’s website. It’s an N colored “moval”/marquise, and is listed on Victor Barbone’s website under the name “Evelyn”.
Post # 26
minimalistbride : well thank you! As soon as you get your ring back you should post it. What kind of setting are you getting?
Post # 27
blue diamonds. not the best pic, but you get the idea 🙂
Post # 28
I think mine sprakles pretty well. I have a blue diamond. I don’t regret it, but sometimes peoples comments hurt, and I know I shouldn’t allow that. But a few people on here said the diamond quality was cheap. I stayed out of the ring forums for a while cause of that.
Post # 29
This is my art deco very light pink marquise. It is 0.75 carat and came from an antique ring. I had the chance to purchase the ring but at 21mm by 14mm it was just too big and too expensive(baguette halo). My marquise is GIA certed and is cut like any other well cut marquise. Currently saving for a rose gold setting. It is noticeably pink in indoor lighting and next to colorless diamonds but loses color outside to more of a pink tint. You can see the feather in this picture which causes it to grade at an SI-1.
Post # 30
Love these coloured diamonds especially the blue ones! My SIL and a friend have blue diamond engagement rings and they sparkly beautifully.