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Fancy Yellows for Wedding Band

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    by yak » Apr 11, 2002
    I am in the process of ordering a wedding band for my fiancée. We've decided on a platinum, shared prong ring with seven 10-point diamonds. I'm considering a combination of 4 white (f,g, or h grade) and 3 yellow diamonds. How do you think that will look? We are looking for something to complement a very elegant, 1.3 ct pear-shaped solitaire diamond engagement ring. Would it be better to stick with all white diamonds? (I'm concerned a polychromatic wedding band might look more like a cocktail ring or might detract from the the sparkle of the engagement/wedding ring combo.) What should I look for in the yellows? I don't like the brownish-yellow (i.e., urine) diamonds but rather the glowing bright yellow. What should I ask my jeweler and what might be a competitive price for such (10pt) stones? Thank yoHello,

    I'm finding your site to be very informative. I am in the process of ordering a wedding band for my fiancée. We've decided on a platinum, shared prong ring with 7 10 point diamonds. I'm considering a combination of 4 white (f,g, or h grade) and 3 yellow diamonds. How do you think that will look? We are looking for something to complement a very elegant, 1.3 ct pear-shaped solitaire diamond engagement ring. Would it be better to stick with all white diamonds? What should I look for in the yellows? I don't like the brownish-yellow (i.e., urine) diamonds but rather the glowing bright yellow. What should I ask my jeweler and what might be a competitive price for such (10pt) stones? Thank you.
     
    


    


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