Post # 1
I was hoping someone could help me identify the general specs on this ring. I’ve fallen in love with it.
The bride on stylemepretty.com specified that it was custom made through Leon Mege but would anyone know the type of stone used? Metal? And an general idea of the cost?
I initially thought it was a peach champagne sapphire, but it seems a little different. Any thoughts?
Post # 3
@loulou3636: It looks like to me that it is all typical diamonds set in rose gold. I think the pink feathers is what makes the stones look somewhat pink. Gorgeous Ring! The cost would really depend on the size and quality of the center stone.
Post # 4
@loulou3636: the cost of the setting would be probably around $2000 and for a 1ct Cushion F-G SI2 is around $4000 give and take some.
Post # 5
That looks like an antique cushion cut and/or an august vintage cut to be more precise. Go to goodoldgold.com and check out some of their videos on cushion cuts/August vintage cuts. Very informative and helpful!! I love the ring you have pictured; it’s chunky facets are to die for!!! Beautiful!!
Post # 6
It looks like a cushion-cut diamond set in rose gold to me. The pink you’re seeing is likely a reflection of the pink feathers in the photo.
Post # 7
it looks like morganite in rose gold to me…Eidel precious on esty?
Post # 8
You can’t go wrong with Leon Mege. He does some of the best hand-forged pave work. It looks like a standard cushion cut diamond with white or pink diamonds in yellow gold. I’m sure you could ask him for a quote and he’ll remember what the ring is.
It looks a lot like one of these two:
Post # 9
Definitely looks like a cushion cut in rose gold. maybe 1.5 carat + (ish)
I agree with @MusicBee76: looks like the august cushions and GOG is a great site for them
If you’re really loving the beautful chunky facets I would post this on pricescope.com and they could guide you to a similar cut too.
Post # 10
I agree that the center stone is a white diamond, reflecting pink surrounds. I don’t know the name of this cut. I think it is between 1-1.5 carats, although not knowing the cut well, it’s hard to estiamte. The clarity seems better than SI2. I would put it at VS2.