Post # 1
The first pic is of my center stone looking it’s warmest, it’s a j si1 excellent cut and the accents on the enhancer are a g I believe. I’m wondering if u guys think I need to get warmer stones for my enhancer or if it looks good the way it is. If u think I should get warmer stones for my enhancer what color grade should I buy?
Post # 2
At least in the pictures, the set looks beautiful – I don’t think you need warmer stones.
Post # 3
- Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club
it does seem as though the stones on the enhancer get lost.
Post # 4
It looks fine as it is. Assuming the warmth in your diamond isn’t always visible, you’re not going to notice the difference most of the time.
Post # 5
I think it’s beautiful as is and wouldn’t change a thing!
Post # 6
Thank you guys so much for responding! I was a little insecure about the center stone being a j and was afraid that the whiter diamonds only made it look warmer.
Post # 7
This is an issue of personal preference. If you like the way it looks, that’s all that matters. If you don’t, then it doesn’t matter if other people do. Try to search your feelings on the matter in terms of longevity. It seems to be bothering you for now. Do you think that will fade over time as you grow attached to the rings? If you think it’s going to bother you long term, exchange the rings before it’s too late.
Post # 8
it looks absolutely gorgeous as it is. Such a beautiful set!!
Post # 9
I do tend to agree with gimmepretty :
though. If it was only bothering you bc you were thinking that others were going to notice, I feel confident in saying people aren’t going to see a difference. If it’s bothering you because it’s all YOU can see and you are noticing it constantly, then do what’s going to make you feel comfortable. You’re the one who will be looking at it all day everyday (at least if you’re anything like me, lol) so it’s best to make sure that YOU are absolutely in love with it.
Post # 10
My center stone is a J and my accent stones are H My wedding band has small diamonds that I think are G. I personally love the contrast. This way you get a little bit of all the colors! Your rings are super pretty! I wouldn’t change a thing!
Post # 11
Warmer stones are in vogue now and will continue to be. The contrast between a warmer stone and a cooler stone can be beautiful. I think the rings look great. Here is another example of this look; the ring belongs to one of the ladies on Pricescope:
Post # 12
Your set is stunning bee! I wouldn’t change a thing. And I love warm stones.
Post # 13
Looks beautiful! I wouldn’t change it. Love your enhancer, looks great with your ring 🙂
Post # 14
I have an ‘I’ center stone and ‘G’ diamonds in the halo and pave. I would say that 95% of the time I never notice. The only time I see the center color is when I am in the car for some reason. I think you will be fine. I just got mine back from the jeweler today so it is all nice and clean.
Post # 15
your ring is beautiful I love Halo’s and am considering buying a whole new Halo setting in rose gold to go with the warmth of the center stone and still keep the whiter stones for my accents,