Post # 1
Don’t look at my prior posts because I mentioned the size! I’m just curious because I LOVE my ring but I was adamant about being H colored or above but after seeing all of the gorgeous J colors on here I kind of regret not going bigger and down in color because I think my ring looks small! But maybe that’s just in my head. My fingers is a size 6. Any guesses?
Post # 2
It’s beautiful! 😍 I’m going to guess 1.5
Post # 4
A carat? Just over?
ETA: also, doesn’t look small at all!
Post # 5
I’d say it’s around 1.25 ct.
Post # 6
Around 1ct? Maybe a tiny bit below or above, 0.9-1.05 or so
Post # 7
0.9 ct? Definitely doesn’t look small – it suits you really nicely.
Post # 8
I’m terrible at guessing stone sizes. I would guess your center stone to be somewhere from 1.25 to 1.5ct.
I don’t think your ring or stone looks small by any means. I think it is a gorgeous stone and setting. It looks really well proportioned for your hand and beautiful on your finger.
Post # 11
Thanks for playing everyone! It is 1.23 carats so everyone was pretty close.
l agree with everyone that it looks great on my finger. but I just was expecting it to be larger. I think it’s my own fault for not trying on rings beforehand and trusting online pictures without realizing my hand is larger than most of these hand models.
I still wouldn’t change a thing, just was curious what the average person saw when they looked at it!
Post # 12
It looks about like the size of a chocolate chip maybe? Or smaller than a pencil eraser?
Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2019 - City, State
1.25. It’s a gorgeous ring!!!!
Post # 14
I had a 1.24 ct round diamond on a size 6 finger and thought it looked similar!
Post # 15
I don’t think it looks small on your finger, but it does look small for a 1.23ct diamond in the pics, but it is hard to tell size in photos. I would have guessed it was closer to 1ct (about 6.5mm). A well cut 1.23ct round should be around 6.9mm. If it faces up significantly small than that (the info should be on the lab report or you can measure it), it may be cut deep, which is a common technique used by cutters to retain carat weight at the expense of spread (carat weight has a greater impact on price over spread). The issue with deep cut diamonds (aside from the possible decrease in performance of the diamond) is the buyer pays for a 1.23ct stone that faces up small, whereas a smaller, well cut stone could generally be had at a lower price point. It does suit your finger nicely! Congrats!