Post # 1
I’m looking into getting an I or J color center stone diamond so that I can afford a bigger carat size. I am going to put it in a halo setting but all of the settings I see are whiter diamonds. Please share a picture of your ring if your center stone is warmer than side stones, and please specify the colors if you can! Thanks everyone 🙂
Post # 2
Blue Nile halos have H colored side stones. If you get a J or I colored center stone with medium blue fluorescence it will appear whiter and you shouldn’t see a striking difference.
Post # 3
Both are G color. But in some lighting my center stone looks warmer than my side stones.
Post # 4
If you are really set on matching color your jeweler can match the side stones to your center. I just found a jeweler that can do this. It shouldnt cost any extra
Post # 5
￼ I have a C 2 champagne diamond with colorless side stones…not a halo…but I thought you might wanna see anyways. I also have a rose gold and a yellow gold band with stones too. I personally like the contrast in mine but I can see you concern with a halo. ￼
Post # 6
Oops pictures didn’t upload…
Post # 8
Mine is an L in a Tacori setting. The center stone does have a strong blue fluorescence so it’s not super noticeable most of the time and I’ve come to absolutely love it.
Post # 9
Thank you…his dad gave me the center stone to sell and use the money for wedding bands but I wanted it! lol
Post # 10
I would have kept it too!
Post # 12
My center is an I with strong blue fluorescents and my side stones are G/H. I dont notice too much of a difference. I also chose an I to get a bigger carat.
Post # 15
I am totally in love with that champagne beauty! What a stunner!