- Jul 24, 2003
In love, I never see stones like this when I look on his site
Gorgeous! You have quite the eye on pairing the band with the ering. Complements it well and doesn't take away from it. Appreciate the extra photos! So lovely and congrats again!Hi @PierreBear, I ended up getting a new (to me) band as well as I didn't like how my MRB eternity looked paired with my Ering. Not sure if it was the cut/color of the diamonds or the width of the band, but it just didn't seem to work.
The band I wear it with is an antique, engraved semi eternity with single cuts and is only 1.4mm wide.
Some additional photos, as requested...
How do we contact him directly? I sent a message via the website with what I am looking for and have not heard back. It’s been a week good old gold has already messaged me back about their August vintage collection but not with anything fitting my requirements. I am not sure if this is because I want a smaller diamond (.80 ish)
Hi @beaubeee, you might want to trying calling, the phone # is listed on the website.How do we contact him directly? I sent a message via the website with what I am looking for and have not heard back. It’s been a week good old gold has already messaged me back about their August vintage collection but not with anything fitting my requirements. I am not sure if this is because I want a smaller diamond (.80 ish)
I know this is an old post, but your ring is so jaw-dropping! I am currently looking at an antique stone in the same color range. Can I ask how you feel the white metal setting changes the look of the stone? I am considering platinum just to maximize the white face up. Did you see the stone against yellow gold as well before you made your decision? Do you think it's most white-facing from the top vs. the side? Thanks so much - this is just so beautiful!I just want to share my newly upgraded Ering that I am so excited about.
My upgrade journey took a few twists and turns along the way, but I finally found the one!
Many thanks to all the PSers who are old cut lovers; I have learned so much about antique diamonds here on this forum and contacted Adam/OldWorldDiamonds on their recommendations.
I was in search of an ACC, but after seeing a wide range of stones, I realized that I preferred the faceting of an OEC; Adam came up with a perfect solution, a cushiony OEC!
Adam was just so easy to work with and I would highly recommend him/OWD to anyone looking for an antique diamond. To top it off, his bench did an excellent job in executing my custom designed setting.
So, without further ado, my Divine Miss "M" (3.35/M/VS2/OEC)