J color princess cut rings?

posted 10 months ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

lovelush :  I don’t have this diamond anymore but this is a J princess. 

Post # 3
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Bee Keeper

If you are looking at J or K I would focus on rounds. The corners of princess (and edges of ovals/marquise/emeralds/asschers) show colour a lot more than a round. A J round will usually still face up white. A J princess will look much more yellow. 

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2019 - City, State

Mine is a J colored cushion. Sometimes its quite warm, like in dimly lit rooms. Sometimes it looks really white, like under flourescent lighting or in natural lighting when it’s sunny. I actually really love my diamond and love that it changes. We too chose it because I wanted to stay in a certain budget but loved all the other specs of the diamond. It’s incredibly sparkly and I find warmer diamonds have more depth which I love.

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Post # 5
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Wannabee

 I know your looking for color j princess cut. I thought I’d post mine as I only paid a fraction of what it really costs. Throw your husband a hint. DJU! Diamond Jewelery United! I got an appraisal, certificate, and beautiful box with my engagement ring. Steve walked us through the whole process. I was worried ordering online, but they have videos showing the item your purchasing etc. I got the princess cut bands on overstock for 100 dollars a piece! All real genuine diamonds and all white gold! My engagement ring was stolen 12 years ago so it was time to upgrade the replacement one we had. The engagement ring is set in 14 k gold. The center stone is a VS2 clarity G color very good cut. It weighs 4.66 carats. The side diamonds are same clarity and color weighing 0.34 carats for a total 5 carat weight diamond ring. The bands are set in 10k gold and are 0.25 carats diamond weight each. Anyhow here’s the photos! We were looking at 2 carat engagement rings with a lower clarity and color at the price we paid for my upgraded wedding set.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I don’t have a J but my H princess looks very white most of the time, only showing a little warmth in certain light like slightly overcast days or dimly lit rooms.  I’m not sure I would have gone down to a J but I think I could have been quite happy with an I color. 

 

Post # 8
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Newbee

I have a J princess cut natural diamond and I chose this colour because my setting is rose gold, I could afford a whiter diamond, but it is a waste of money to do it if your setting is yellow/rose gold. If I would get a white setting, definitely, I would get at least an I, but there are some J with a nice amount of flourescene which helps to improve the colour of the stone and make it whiter. I do not know how colour sensitive you are but, usually, J diamonds are not really warm, I think you can just see them a little bit warm if you compare them with a whiter diamond.

 

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