Post # 1
Well its a along story of how I came to this ring. Our budget has gone down, because I recently decided I would like to go back to school, without a student loan, and therefore putting our ring money towards the tuition and books instead. However there is still some money in the budget for a ring, just a very small portion, haha. So I am wondering basically, is this diamond too small? And by too small, I guess I mean, hardly noticeable. Do any of you ladies have a .33 carat diamond ring? Check this link out, this is the ring I am in love with right now. I would upgrade the quality to an SI. But is SI a bad clarity? I know I fell in love with a vs2 originally. Any help would be great, thanks!
Post # 3
I think it is beautiful! And I especially like the unique band. I think that the ring willy look dainty, but not at all “small.” I think the band is kind of perfectly made for a diamond of that size!
Post # 4
Well. I have a 1/5 ctw e-ring. I wish I would have picked a stainless steel CZ ring to wear so that we would have the money for a nice bridal set that I REALLY wanted. Or maybe you can do something like miss glasses and not have an e-ring at all.
Post # 5
I think it is pretty. Make sure you get a diamond that is GIA certified.
My 1 carat is an S1 and I can’t see any inclusions with the naked eye.
Post # 6
I don’t think it’s too small!! I don’t know much about the clarities though, but I think it’s a beautiful ring. It’s always an option to upgrade in the future too!
Post # 7
I don’t think it’s too small! I believe I have a .25 (I compared it to a carat chart) but I’m not sure and this is what mine looks like:
Post # 8
it’s a beautiful ring! who’s to say it’s too small? i think wb can be skewed, because the majority of people who post their rings have around 1 carat or more, but that’s denitiely not representative of the larger population!
this ring is beautiful, and that’s all that matters.
Post # 9
I think that if it’s a ring that you love, then it’s definitely not too small. If you like it, then no one else’s opinion matters!
Post # 10
I have actually seen that ring in person (or something almost identical) – someone I know has it. It is a gorgeous ring! I really love the detailing in the band, and quite honestly, I think it would look better with a smaller diamond that would not overwhelm all the details. You could always upgrade the diamond later if you wanted to go a bit bigger. If I had seen that style of band when I was looking, it would definitely have been a contender!
Post # 11
I think it’s very pretty, the setting goes with it quite well. (I also dig the music! lol!)
Post # 12
I think it’s beautiful! Very cool setting!
Post # 13
If you love it, then it doesn’t matter what the size is! How you feel about it is all that matters:)
Post # 14
That ring is beautiful – elegant and dainty! I love, love the setting!
Post # 15
It is very pretty and not too small IMO. I actually prefer a smaller ring anyway! Plus this setting has so much going on which makes it so unique. If you love it go for it!!! That’s all that matters anyway.
Post # 16
Thanks for your input, I really appreciate it!
Alright, I think I might show the guy, and tell him thats one of the ones I love, thank you ladies. Its either that one, or go the bluenile route, which i Just don’t like their bands a whole lot. Maybe too simple for me. Anyone have experience with bluenile?