(Closed) Yes or No to the ring??

posted 8 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Yes or no to the ring?



  • Post # 32
    486 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: July 2015

    I think the stone itself is wonderful – the warmth is great and flatters your skin tone. If it were for me personally I would want it in a rose gold or yellow gold setting with similar colored melee. The contrast with the white (platinum?) band and colorless stones throws me off. You asked for our opinions, but go with your heart!

    Post # 34
    763 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

    @missoptimism:  This! I would go with a setting that balances the color of the stone.

    Post # 35
    11 posts
    • Wedding: May 2015

    What’s not to love?!

    Post # 36
    381 posts
    Helper bee

    Definitely a “no” for me – I couldn’t do M color. I would be concerned people would wonder if it was a simulant with low color. I’m also color sensitive in general and a lower color stone is not my preference.

    However, if you love it who cares what I think? The size is gorgeous!

    Post # 38
    9950 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: November 1999

    It’s not my taste – I  prefer more colorless stones – but if you love it, that’s all that matters.

    Post # 39
    706 posts
    Busy bee

    I love the warmth.  Don’t allow people to make it seem like a lower color diamond is a Lower QUALITY. color is a preference. 

    Post # 40
    381 posts
    Helper bee

    @princessshay:  Are you sure that’s not a moissanite? The flat table, faceting, and the way colors are being refracted makes me wonder. Is the stone certified? Maybe you should have it tested…I would hate to see someone get ripped off by a supposed family friend!

    Post # 42
    1275 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: June 2014

    @SomedayHisBride:  simulants tend to show less color, not more. Unless you’re specifically talking moissanite. 

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    @princessshay:  I think it looks great for an M, and you could easily have the melee in whatever setting you choose be lower so there isn’t such a contrast if you find it bothers you. 

    Post # 43
    381 posts
    Helper bee

    @princessshay:  ah, good. 🙂 I’m definitely no expert but I just wanted to throw it out there. Congrats on the diamond, it looks amazingly clear and sparkly – and big!

    Post # 44
    1347 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    @princessshay:  the ring from the side looks like it is floating in air…do you like that? I have a round center stone and the “cone” part fills up the prong area until the “cone tip” disappears into the halo.

    Post # 45
    173 posts
    Blushing bee

    @princessshay:  Well, it’s still suspicious because you just posted about moissanite 2 days ago, which is typically warmer, like an M in color, yet flawless.  Also, jewelers don’t typically show people diamonds “under a microscope.”  You aren’t trained so you would have no idea what you were looking for.

    Post # 46
    2831 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    @SomedayHisBride:  I would hope the table is flat, that’s what the table is; the flat part on top. 

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