(Closed) Yellow Gold Engagment Rings w/ Colored Diamond.

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Post # 3
2605 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011



I really like this seller.  She doesn’t have the cut/colour combo you’re looking for listed right now, but if you pick a ring you like, she can mount just about any stone, and I believe she’ll customize the gold in just about any ring too.



Post # 4
2268 posts
Buzzing bee

I wish there were rings that fit this description. I didn’t think there would be many.

Post # 5
5422 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 2012

@Satindoll:  I have a cushion cut yellow diamond.  The diamond sits in yellow gold but the rest of the ring is white.  The jeweler who made my ring said that princess cut yellow diamonds are rare.  Why I dont know.  You may want to consider square radiant cut diamonds.  They are a very common shape  for colored stones.  Sorry I dont have anything to contribute about morganite.

Post # 6
201 posts
Helper bee

@Satindoll:  I have a yellow gold ring with a champagne diamond as the center stone. So that kind of counts?


We got it from http://www.etsy.com/shop/kateszabone?ref=shop_sugg

She has lots of different diamonds in different colors and is really good about custom designed rings (ours wasn’t custom, but I’ve read a lot of reviews).

Hope that helps!

Post # 7
2733 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

My initial engagement ring was a smoky quartz. I also noticed how quickly the shine dulled. And it wasn’t easy to clean it back to its original shine. Also, it is nowhere as hard as diamonds, so it started scratching, which made me realize it couldn’t be an e-ring. I now wear it on my right hand as a fashion ring 🙂

Post # 8
2305 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

This is the ring I’m dying to get. Yellow gold with champagne/chocolate diamonds.

Le Vian has a whole bunch of chocolate diamonds with yellow gold and rose gold



Post # 9
5 posts
  • Wedding: September 2012

When the jeweler I got my wedding band from mistook my morganite engagement ring for a rose-quartz – I knew i had to get serious about keeping it clean.  They gave me a jar of cleaning solution that comes with a little brush.  I just dip it in that stuff every other night as I do my mouthwash before bed.  You put it in, shake it up, and brush off anything that’s caught in the ring (I keep it on when I cook and sometimes icky stuff gets in it) – and then rinse.  It shines like new. 

If you get the gem from a reputable source it shouldn’t change color – but will scratch over time if you aren’t careful with it.  It has the same “softness” as an emerald or aquamarine (same beryl family of stones) – so you could read up on those.  All the same – if you treat it somewhat kindly and clean it as you would anything you treasure-  it’ll be fine.


Here’s mine:


Post # 11
4474 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

If you have trouble finding a natural yellow diamond you like, a FEW companies make lab diamonds that are chemically identical to natural diamonds.



I think those stones would look gorgeous in yellow gold.


As for rose gold and morganite, it’s a beautiful combination, but I wouldn’t choose morganite for an engagement ring, as it’s a little soft for everyday wear.

Post # 12
2083 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Very pretty ladies, great choices!!!

Post # 13
903 posts
Busy bee

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@K8eruth:  OOOO! How much was your Engagement Ring id you don’t mind me asking?

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