Post # 32
I have a 1.3 ct FB!! These are the only pics I have on this computer and unfortunatelty these particular pics show the stone at its worst, which in real life I don’t see at all. But I LOOOVE this ring 🙂
I wouldn’t say Moissyco is the best to buy form ( you can see the problems I have had with them in my other posts). I would get yourself a ring from a LOCAL jeweler, then order a moissy from them if possible.
Post # 34
@memo: no one has ever asked. Everyone just assumes a clear stone is a diamond. Granted my moissy is 1ct so it’s not unbelievable. I think when you start going past 2 ct and youre a grad student is when ppl start to question.
I would tell anyone if they asked. I really wanted to tell ppl right after he proposed when everyone was oohing and ahhing but it seemed like it was more trouble than its worth.
Post # 35
@crookedframe: Love it. We’re almost ring twins except mine is 4 prongs
Post # 37
Please forgive me if thims picture is massive. I’m uploading from my phone and don’t know how to fix it. Here is my lovely 1.5 Amora OEC. I’m a 5.5.
Post # 38
@memo: I’ve had a couple people comment on how it must be a really high quality diamond because it’s so bright. My friend’s wife made a comment that if she didnt know better she would think it was fake because it’s just so incredibly sparkly. She wants to see it every time I see her though and just goes on and on about how much she loves it, lol.
Post # 39
@BeeLadylike: ahhh i think we might be ring twins!! 🙂 mine is an amora moissanite. i posted this in another thread: i would usually recommend amora moissanite, but from what i’ve seen the recent batches look pretty warm. i think this is because C&C pick the whitest moissanite to use for their forever brilliant enhancement, and betterthandiamond is left with the leftovers to use. so i’d recommend forever brilliant now.
here’s mine in the gym:
here it is in cloudy weather:
Post # 40
@memo: Everyone I know has assumed it’s a diamond. I can tell because they freak out about how big it is (1ct), especially since my Fiance was a struggling freelancer when we got engaged. I just tell them “it’s not a diamond, it’s moissanite” which confuses them even more, then I give them a brief description of moissanite, they say “cool” and I’m on my way. I live in Australia and moissanite is pretty much unheard of here.
Post # 41
@luvmesumhim: Thank you! I’m a big fan of simple, knife edge settings.