Post # 1
They are giving us two options G\H stones for 250 usd more than just H stones in the halo of my future ring!! but i dont know if made a lot of difference in how the middle stones look, someone has any picture that can share with me pleaseee!
Thank you, thank you
Post # 2
I don’t have a halo, but I do have a D center stone flanked by two F colored baguettes. I’m honestly not really sure what I would do in hindsight, but I am sometimes bothered by the fact that my center stone is SO. WHITE. It goes perfectly with the white round diamonds in my shared, petite-prong, one-carat half eternity band, so I wouldn’t change a thing from that perspective. However, my baguettes are really large, and they’re in a cathedral setting — that alone affects the way the color looks next to my D center stone. Sometimes I’ve wondered if I should have gone with the E or G stones I could have chosen instead. The E was smaller and the G was larger, and, at the time, I just couldn’t bring myself to go smaller or that many steps higher in color.
Post # 3
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I guess it depends on the size of the halo stones. If they’re micropave style you probably won’t notice… if they’re larger they make sick out like the PP person mention. Can you jeweler drop in a stone in the color you’re talking about for you to get a better idea on combinations?
I think my center stone is G or H… don’t remember. Tried looking online what the micropave stones were and couldn’t see it listed. But they’re small so they just catch flickers of light versus larger baguettes.
Post # 4
Thank you so much for both answers, the jewelry said that small diamonds looks white. So even tho is a difference in the color it’s not noticeable….I saw some pictures of ring but inwards, central stone I and the hallo with G\H I couldn’t tell any difference, so I hope it’s really the same 🙂