- Sep 20, 2008
I love pastel blues, and when an asscher is well cut, it's like a hall of mirrors. I would love to see it paired with pale pink stones as traps on the sides or melee in a halo. Enjoy!
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Yay!! Love it in your pics! What a beautiful stone!! And indeed a perfect size with your eternity band.It’s here! And it’s perfect! I’m an awful photographer, but here’s what I took with my phone. I was concerned it would be too small to stand up to my eternity band, but it looks just perfect to me . It’s very hard to capture the light performance of this little stone, but it is super SPARKLY!!! Jeff white couldn’t ne nicer or more prompt with his services - it even came with a little thank you card.
Gorgeous! Looks like Jeff's photo is spot-on with yours. Congrats on a beautiful stone!It’s here! And it’s perfect! I’m an awful photographer, but here’s what I took with my phone. I was concerned it would be too small to stand up to my eternity band, but it looks just perfect to me . It’s very hard to capture the light performance of this little stone, but it is super SPARKLY!!! Jeff white couldn’t ne nicer or more prompt with his services - it even came with a little thank you card.
Yes start a new thread in rocky talk so more people see it and can weigh in with their thoughts. I have trouble visualizing the settings and need to see real life examples. I love pear sides generally but not sure how it would work with the shape of the asscher. Would it be too much competition? The asscher has straight sharper edges and the pear curvy softer ones. Let me see if I can find real life pics of a similar combo.I've been looking at some semi-mount settings, and I think something like Stuller might be the most cost effective way to go. I'm meeting my jeweler friend tomorrow, and I was thinking about these three settings...any will take the asscher cut and dimensions of my stone. Surprisingly, I'm sort of leaning toward the pears, which wasn't my first (or second or third) thought regarding this ring. Any opinions or ideas on this? Should I start a new thread so more people will chime in? Thanks everyone!
Yes it does come down to personal preferences and no right or wrong. I too prefer the fluid look when combined with step cut sides.It’s all about personal preference. It will certainly look gorgeous with tapered baguetes like in Mochiko’s ring because of the step cuts.
The pears are really nice in the example @missy found as the bezels tie it all together. Personally I prefer the fluid look you get when you combine it with step cut sides
Hi @scouty - this stone is 6.8 mm and I cannot remember the exact price, but I think it was just under $400.
He was extremely nice to work with! I think mine had some kind of discount for buying it early off a social media post. I can’t remdner what the original price was. His team is super nice, professional, and efficient. I highly recommend!!! @scoutyThanks for replying! I’m going to contact Jeff and see if he can cut one for me!
Check out this thread, someone just sold a very similar stone here:I cannot even believe I'm saying this, but I'm thinking of selling this little stone - I haven't done anything with it, and there are a few other projects I had in mind. It's still in its box, untouched....which makes me sad. Do you all think this would something I could resell? Typically, what is the reduction in price for a resale?
There's plenty of zircon fans on this board (myself included) and Jeff White stones are beautiful. You could post in "Preloved" to see if any PSers are interested. If it were me I'd list it for near what you paid for it. Being "never set" is good!
Thank you both! good insight here - I'm so torn about this. I don't want to do it, but I hate that it's just sitting there, and I already have an eternity band that I have to baby. Not entirely sure I want something I have to be really gentle with...plus the project I had planned for it is turning out to be way more expensive than I thought it would be.Check out this thread, someone just sold a very similar stone here:
I recently got engaged so I’ve been wanting my ER to take full center stage lately! I feel bad having a beautiful stone with excellent cutting lying around because I’m not sure how long till I would set it. Good luck with your sale! Jeff’s cutting is amazing so I’m sure you will get a lot of interest.Hi Scouty! I see that you did get a stone like mine from Jeff White, and then sold it - any reason why in particular? I am considering selling mine now also.