Post # 16
ring123 : be happy you’re not color sensitive! It makes finding sonething you like much easier. I’m not color sensitive either, like I can’t see the yellow tone in unplated white gold unless I put something rhodium plated right next to it and I’m glad, bc regular rhodium dipping sounds super annoying
Post # 17
ring123 : my diamond is SI1 andjust over a 1ct 🤩
Post # 18
bklyn18 : I totally agree with you 🙂 Love those dark flashes or purple and red and orange its amazing!
Post # 19
ring123 : Thank you! 🙂 They were matched. I want to say he did H/Is for the pave. I also have pave in the basket, and I never notice a color difference.
Post # 20
Mine is a J and I only notice the warmth in certain lights, for me I feel that warmer stones have more fire than colourless stones!
Post # 21
I am super color sensitive, but have found that I prefer stones with a bit of color about H-K! Was kind of surprised by that.
Post # 22
With rose gold or yellow gold settings you can go lower in color because the diamond will reflect some of the band color anyway. Honestly I don’t think you or anyone else would be able to tell the difference between an I and a J. As long as the diamond is cut well it will look white and sparkly the majority of the time 🙂 Mine is an I, but if it were GIA certified I think it would be more like a J. I only notice the warmth in certain lighting. I chose to keep the prongs in the rose gold color because I like the contrast with the white diamond. For reference it’s a 1.47ct, I, SI1, hearts and arrows cut round brilliant in a 14k rose gold pave band.