Post # 1
I know rose gold is super popular for light pink gems now, and many of them are accompanied by diamond halos or pave bands, which I feel helps to make the color pop. I’d like a very simple ring however with no halo or pave, but if it’s set in rose gold, I’m afraid the warmth of the color will just make the stone look white? Where as if it’s set against silver or platinum, the pinkness of the gem might be more obvious. Or maybe I just have no clue what I’m talking about!
This is not my picture but is similar to my stone. As you can see, it’s a very light and delicate color. What do y’all think?
Post # 2
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
I have a barely pink OEC moissanite and my dream setting for it was a rose gold inner bezel with a white gold halo (so mixed metals), but I think my stone is a bit too small to pull off this look.
This picture is from JooJooBee and is my inspiration
Post # 3
Personally, I would roll with the rose gold. I don’t like silver and pink together but that’s just me.
Post # 4
Light pink stones are usuaally set in the rose gold to enhance the pink. A barely pink moiss set in white metal will wash out the stone. But at least setting the stone in rose will help keep the stone pink.
Post # 6
Rose gold all the way! or yellow. White metals don’t make pink look good personally. It won’t make it pop, I think it would just take away from the pinkiness. I plan to get a morganite in a solitaire setting, still debating if I will have a pave band or not. It would look great!
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Post # 9
I’m cool to neutral, but I’ve never really been able to figure it out :\
That’s good to know since I really love rose gold!
I agree, I don’t particularly like the look of pink/silver together either!
Post # 10
What color t-shirt looks better on you–white or off-white/cream?
Post # 11
I’ve been looking at pink stones in yellow gold settings and I love it.
Post # 12
Beautiful, I was contemplating gold as well!
Post # 13
I agree with the above suggestion of yellow gold – I feel like the warmth would compliment the stone without washing out the colour or overwhelm the stone (since rose gold might be a stronger pink than the stone) 🙂 BEUTIFUL stone by the way!
Post # 14
I would go with a white metal then!
Post # 15
I have a morganite set it platinum. I tried on both rose gold and white. I personally like the white metal better, it makes the pink look cooler and I think it pops more. In rose gold, it kind of loses something for me.
Maybe find a jeweler that has rose and white gold settings with a pink sapphire/morgantie/some other pink stone so you can get the general idea of how it looks in real life and on your finger.