Post # 31
Here’s a better picture These are very light pink natural diamonds as listing states. In some lighting the color changes..I have had color enhanced stones this looks nothing like those. 🙂 I am happy they are very beautiful. And it’s unique
Post # 32
gorgeous!! I think they are a lot deeper in colour when they are treated.
Post # 33
The center stone in my anniversary ring is a GIA faint pink diamond. I think it’s a really good compromise because while the pink tint is visible in certain lighting, when it’s not visible it looks crystal white.
In the past, Good Old Gold has had some beautiful and affordable pinkish brown stones where the pink is fairly obvious.
Post # 34
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
Just here to request a top view of that beauty! Would love to see the stone color a bit more.
Post # 35
Hi, I am looking at a faint pink diamond at James Allen. I have heard that faint pink is approximately a K-L-M color in a regular diamond. Would a faint pink look good in white gold too? Some of the diamonds on James Allen site look much paler than the other faint pinks. How did you choose your diamond? Could you offer some suggestions or tips on choosing a faint pink diamond. Your setting is spectacular. Did you have James Allen custom make it?
Post # 36
- Wedding: May 2014 - victoria educational gardens
.42ct pink/brown heart shaped diamond GIA
Post # 37
Here’s my Fancy pink purple pear diamond. 0.48 ct 🙂 Although it’s on jewler’s hand…lol (My boyfriend didn’t propose yet! The ring is hidden in the apartment)
Post # 38
hi, sorry I’m getting back to you so late!
The faint pink diamond is nowhere near a K/L/M in warmth – there is no warmth to the stone at all and it actually looks very white. The color is much easier to see when you look at the profile of the stone. If by “K/L/M” you mean the pink saturation is about the equivalent of the yellow saturation in a KLM diamond, I’m not sure that’s true. The pink really is very faint. My mom is the only person so far who has asked “is that a pink diamond?”. It’s only noticeable in certain lighting.
To answer your question about my setting, it’s just a JA setting…nothing custom about it :). And yes, I think a faint pink would look nice in white metal.
Post # 39
sorry, I’m just now seeing your request!
Post # 40
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
wow! That is a gorgeous ring!
Post # 41
I purchased this ring from a home shopping show. It cost me $1600, it is 1 carat total weight and is set in 14K rose gold. I use it as an anniversary/RHR and I love it. I know the picture shows the stones looking white but irl they are a lovely shade of pale pink.
Post # 42
I just wanted to add, in terms of price when it comes to untreated light pink diamonds, is that we priced out a customization for my Tacori setting to see if we could change out the .07 carats in white melee (spread out over 14 stones of different sizes) for untreated pink diamonds and the cost was like $2k extra to do that. Idk if SO went with that option as I told him that while it would be great it’s also expensive and all and the ring is currently being made, but pink diamonds are definitely pricey.
Post # 44
Sorry pic is so big . It’s off my phone. This is a vintage marquise from an art deco ring. It is a 3/4 ct. very light pink marquise diamond. I just purchased it from an ebay vendor and am in love. I felt bad about not buying the ring but it was way too big and too far above my budget. I would love to hear suggestions on how to set it.
Post # 45
I have a three stone ring with two cushion cut natural pink diamonds as the side stones. I absolutely love it! I probably wouldn’t have picked this ring for myself but now I can’t even imagine having a different ring! I still stare at it everyday, my fiancé did such an amazing job choosing it 😍