(Closed) I cant tell if my upgraded diamond sucks or not! lol!

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
Hostess
12199 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

1234sophia:  I think it depends on where on the inclusions scale you are.  If you’ve gone from not visible to the naked eye to visible to the naked eye that can make a huge difference.

Post # 3
Member
1868 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Can you post a picture of your new diamond? 

Post # 5
Member
2515 posts
Sugar bee

1234sophia:  I believe the “shiny-ness” has a lot more to do with the cut and color than the inclusion scale.

I’d love to see photos! It sounds like your ring is gorgeous! Even if the inclusions are SI hardly anyone will ever notice but you.

Post # 6
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1220 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

The sparkle depends more on the cut than clarity.

Do you have the exact specs on your new diamond?

Remember, diamonds with the exact same specifications will act completely different in person.

Post # 8
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1220 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

1234sophia: Are you within your return period? If you don’t like how this diamond “behaves”, you should keep searching until you do.

Post # 10
Member
1531 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

Cut, colour, carat, clarity, and various measurements of the table, crown, pavilion, culet, flourescence (sp) etc. are just some of the things that factor into the overall “look” of a diamond. Not everyone has a diamond that is the best in all categories because the cost would be astronomical.

To answer your questions, yes clarity is one of the things that might interfere with the overall sparkle of a diamond. Cut, however, is one of the most important factors. Is it cut too deeply?  Sometimes that takes away from the look, size of table, sparkle…

In any event, I don’t know the answer why your diamond isn’t displaying the same sparkle your old diamond was. Because we all have to put a dollar figure on our purchases, you need to buy a diamond that meets one or two of your requirements. You wanted a bigger diamond right? It filled that need.

I realize how upsetting it can be to see imperfections in your stone. Let the memory of your old stone go. You have a new one that signifies the love you and your FI share. Try to embrace that.

FWIW – even though the pic is blurry, your stone looks gorgeous – the finger coverage is fabulous! 

Post # 11
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9564 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

It’s not the clarity, it’s the cut. Very good doesn’t sparkle like excellent/ideal cut sym polish

Post # 12
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9564 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

I should have added- be that as it may I’m sure your diamond to the eye is lovely and doesn’t “suck”! If there’s a return window and it’s not doing it for you though, might as well.

Post # 13
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10641 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

I’m sure it doesn’t “suck” Lol I have a princess cut diamond in  my old set and even though it has better clarity than my round brilliant the round sparkles more. Your ring looks very nice on you btw!

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