- Nov 19, 2006
you did a good job with the photography!
fat pavillion is giving you the color you want......
the pictures are showing lots of nice color without a ton of blackout.....
do you like the stone? is it the size and color you want?
what is the carat weight and dimensions of the stone?
Neil, the appraiser, says that in cast settings, 18k wg is more durable than 14k. So I guess if you get handmade, you might want to ask the jeweler what is best. But many settings are cast, so I''d go with 18k wg in that case.Date: 2/2/2007 10:27:35 PM
I actually like halo and 3-stone both equally, though I think a haloed 3-stone might be overkill (both for me and my budget!) But, I am afraid with the depth of the stone the halo might be a more doable setting, I am still waiting to hear back from the vendor on this though.
Definitely white gold. As this is not a wear-it-allday-everyday piece such as a engagement ring, I am happy with WG over platinum. Platinum makes everything more expensive! Though I''m afraid the jury is still out on 18k vs 14k white gold?