I colored RBC diamonds! Help with upgrade please!!

posted 2 years ago in Rings
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Helper bee

So I just did the same basic thing I went from a 1.36 d color to a 1.83 j color. I have 30 days to exchange or return 

mill post some pics so you can see the difference

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Helper bee

I honestly don’t know, thencolornisnt as bad as I thought unless size by side 

wjen the j is alone it looks mostly white 

onlynissie is I want platinum how would anj look in platinum not sure?

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Helper bee

Here is the J alone

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Helper bee

I’ve been told yellow gold is better for j color but also been told get platinum or white gold I just don’t know

nutnyes whiter than I thought in fact so unless your new diamond is right next to a d or e you should be fine

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Helper bee

  

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bb1018 :  I think it’s worth going to see it if you want a bigger stone because you might find that you don’t see much difference at all! 

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lovetwoloveme :  I have a J in white gold in a halo (I took a gamble haha) and I think it looks really good. This is what she looks like most of the time.

The two photos below are outdoors and indoors (natural light) 

And the only time I really see any warmth is when I’m sitting or lying on my sofa. I haven’t really worked out why that is exactly but here’s a photo of her showing warmth. 

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Helper bee

That is beautiful 

wjat color are the diamonds on the halo? And that really is barley any warmth ok think you sold me in platinum lol I’m allergic to nickel so no white gold for me I wish somcenits less costly 

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Helper bee

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lovetwoloveme :  thank you! 🙂  they are DEF so when she shows warmth it’s a little more obvious which is expected. I think as a solitaire you won’t have any issues. 

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bb1018 : thank you 🙂 it is a 1.43ct but it faces up the size of a 1.5 and I am a size 5.5. 

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Bumble Beekeeper

Post # 13
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2007

I have a J and I think it looks fine in white gold. It doesn’t clash at all. I have noticed it tends to pick up tones of whatever color is nearby. So if it were set in yellow gold, I’m sure it would appear more yellow and vice versa. Of course, if I were going down from a few color grades up, I’d probably be more color sensitive. I think all the stones seen so far are beautiful. The cut is the most important factor for maximizing beauty. At least that’s only my opinion.

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Helper bee

Yours is also a j?

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Post # 15
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2021

It will be warmer, but not a ton warmer since it’s only two color grades.  However, the larger the diamond, the more color it will show.  If I were you, I’d be more focused on making sure it has ideal proportions because that will effect the overall appearance the most.  

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