Post # 16
The options are so different and there are so many on the market that makes it impossible to choose. I’m one of those that keeps chopping and changing 😬😂. I really love rose cuts set in either yellow or rose gold and I think if you love it then you should just get whatever makes your heart sing. If you have been thinking of it a lot then if must be the one. Can’t wait to see what you choose kd1025 :
Post # 17
kd1025 : Hi! I actually have a rose cut, set in a custom setting by Everett. For reference, the stone is 7.3 x 5.4 and my customizations include making the original band thicker (1.8mm) and the prongs thinner. As an aside, I wouldn’t recommend getting a super thin ering just because they tend to warp easily, from personal experience, especially if you’re intending for it to be an heirloom and you don’t baby the ring.
Here’s what my ring looks like. I LOVE rosies. Like m197500 mentioned, rose cuts can look glass-like in certain lights. I noticed that the glassy-ness is accentuated the larger the stone is (e.g. https://www.instagram.com/p/BohAA4sAyDu/). I’ve attached a picture that shows off the glassy-ness of the cut in my ring and another that shows off the sparkle. They are harder to keep clean and rose cuts throw off big bold flashes of light instead of the constant sparkle you get with brilliant cuts (like asscher or emerald cuts). That being said, I love the understated rosie sparkle, the idea of having something unique and simplicity of the plain band with the delicate claw prongs. I voted oval rosie with in rose gold by the way 🙂
Post # 18
hopefulb : that is so beautiful and so helpful….thank you 🥰🥰🥰