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I got to visit my stone today!!!

Discussion in 'Ladies in Waiting' started by tuffyluvr, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. tuffyluvr
    Brilliant_Rock

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    by tuffyluvr » Aug 5, 2011
    It was so beautiful!!! He did a great job! We went downtown to look at settings and he let the jeweler show me the stone. It was so sparkly and delicious, I love it! It's a cushion-cut GIA cert 1.54ct, J color, Si1. It has one tiny inclusion, but I couldn't see it with my naked eye, and it will be covered once it's set. I don't know any of the other stats, but I love it and I can't believe how BIG it looks on me! I wear a 6.5 ring and I was afraid it would look puny, but I'm very happy with it!

    We talked to the jeweler about settings too. I really wanted French-cut graduated sidestones, but I guess they only have princess, and they looked beautiful, so I'm happy with those. Going to get double claw prongs and 4-5 .15-.12 graduated sidestones on each side, and filigree and engraving on the underside of the band and gallery. I wish I had pictures, but they are going to be custom-making the setting from bits and pieces here and there.

    Super excited!!
     
  2. centralsquare
    Ideal_Rock

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    by centralsquare » Aug 5, 2011
    Congrats - sounds beautiful!
     
  3. Amys Bling
    Super_Ideal_Rock

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    by Amys Bling » Aug 5, 2011
    sounds beautiful!
     
  4. RebeccaMUA
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    by RebeccaMUA » Aug 5, 2011
    How exciting!! Congratulations!! Every time you will see the diamond you will fall in love with it all over again :D
     
  5. OrchidVee
    Rough_Rock

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    by OrchidVee » Aug 6, 2011
    So fun!!!! Hopefully you won't have to visit it much longer; you'll just have to look down at your finger!
     

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