- 6 years ago
To me it looks like a rose Cut high quality moonstone
It looks like a gorgeous piece of costume jewelry. I think she would rock the hell out of it as a cocktail ring. However, as far as e-rings go, I think something smaller and more classic would suit her better.
rose cut and it’s beautiful. costumey or not, i would wear it every.single.day though!!!
I find it so big it looks almost tacky? Even if it did cost a million dollars? I just don’t understand why anyone would actually want a ring that big. It Would be like wearing a golf ball on your hand all day.
I don’t mind the golf ball.. but if I wear a diamond that size and that carat, I’d better be able to signal an astronaut on mars with the sparkle, versus a dull hue.
I agree that the rose cut, along with the steps, don’t “sparkle” so much as they “flash “. But I do love a good flash. Baguettes might be my favorite but a good rose cut is really something. I want one. Not this one, but I do want one.
eta: I’ll add that if it were mine, I’d probably have it sliced down the center to create two half moons (so to speak) and flank a nice oval or step cut ruby or sapphire with them. Or slice the two ends for that and have the remaining center recut. There, I said it. Y’all can flame me now.
Yes, I figured it was rose cut, but I just can’t wrap my head around the fact that it’s a diamond? I feel like rose cuts at least have a little sparkle while her ring has zero, and there’s just something about that stone.. Not cloudy per se, but something. I don’t even know why I’m asking because I have no intention of getting something similar, it’s just been nagging me since I was SO sure that it isn’t a diamond, yet everyone says it is, and it is extremely rare for a celebrity to go gor a gem stone nowadays. 🙂 But I really think it suits her even though I could never pull it off.
I totally love it! Rose cut diamonds are amazing.
I’ve seen some really nice, clear, but still large rose cuts out there. Hers isn’t one of them.
Hers looks like cloudy quartz and I’ve never seen it looking lively. Maybe it has strong blue fluorescence? That could explain the moonstone look it has.
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