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Warner19

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Seeking a pink diamond for my engagement ring. Budget is US 10,000. wanting minimum .50 carat in a blush pink color in a round or oval cut. I live in Canada and every jeweler I contacted came up with smaller then .50 and heavily included. Which has led me to online searching. Currently looking at Leibish, Langermans. It's a real struggle to find anything worth while in my price range. any tips on places to look for pink diamonds?
 

lovedogs

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Unfortunately it's incredibly difficult to find pink diamonds that aren't heavily included and/or incredibly expensive. I would also look at James Allen (although I don't see anything that would work in your budget right now), DiamondsbyLauren, the 2 you alreaday mentioned.

Would you (or your fiance) consider a lab diamond? There are some GORGEOUS pinks at diamonds by lauren right now, but obviously you'd have to be comfortable with that.
 

La2020

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Unfortunately it's incredibly difficult to find pink diamonds that aren't heavily included and/or incredibly expensive. I would also look at James Allen (although I don't see anything that would work in your budget right now), DiamondsbyLauren, the 2 you alreaday mentioned.

Would you (or your fiance) consider a lab diamond? There are some GORGEOUS pinks at diamonds by lauren right now, but obviously you'd have to be comfortable with that.

DiamondsbyLauren lab growns are so beautiful! But out of my budget!

I finally settled for the fancy intense pink (no orange overtones) from newworlddiamond.com.. Arriving next week.
 

maryjane04

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ooh good call! But they sell out incredibly fast so OP would have to set up notification.

I know! But that's because the prices are so reasonable.
I mean there are other vendors that don't sell out so quickly but OP might have to pay a bit more or consider an alternate route/MMD.
 

Warner19

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Unfortunately it's incredibly difficult to find pink diamonds that aren't heavily included and/or incredibly expensive. I would also look at James Allen (although I don't see anything that would work in your budget right now), DiamondsbyLauren, the 2 you alreaday mentioned.

Would you (or your fiance) consider a lab diamond? There are some GORGEOUS pinks at diamonds by lauren right now, but obviously you'd have to be comfortable with that.

Thanks for the suggestion, I would prefer a natural stone though
 

lovedogs

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Thanks for the suggestion, I would prefer a natural stone though

Totally understand. I think if you want a natural pink diamond in .5ct or bigger that's eye clean you might need to increase your budget (or be willing to compromise on size or be open to other shapes). Needing a specific shape, size, and having a budget makes it all quite difficult, unfortunately.
 

anon34985

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Does anyone have opinions on brilliance.com?? They have some very, very light pink (not sure how pink you want it) diamonds that could work, but I'm not sure about their reputation?
 

La2020

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Seeking a pink diamond for my engagement ring. Budget is US 10,000. wanting minimum .50 carat in a blush pink color in a round or oval cut. I live in Canada and every jeweler I contacted came up with smaller then .50 and heavily included. Which has led me to online searching. Currently looking at Leibish, Langermans. It's a real struggle to find anything worth while in my price range. any tips on places to look for pink diamonds?

For the budget.. I think you can find a few at leibish.. They give discount coupons for anniversary and birthdays.. I think u can stack the discounts.

If u want the size.. U have to sacrifice on the color.. Faint pink or fancy pink might look too pale..


The overtones matter too.. Common overtones are brown.. So it might not be the blush pink If u r looking for such..
 

maryjane04

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For the budget.. I think you can find a few at leibish.. They give discount coupons for anniversary and birthdays.. I think u can stack the discounts.

If u want the size.. U have to sacrifice on the color.. Faint pink or fancy pink might look too pale..


The overtones matter too.. Common overtones are brown.. So it might not be the blush pink If u r looking for such..

Also probably expand on the cut if it is not a must. I don't think I see many (if any) round fancy coloured diamonds. And ovals are not as common either. Mostly pears and radiants in pink.
 

lovedogs

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Does anyone have opinions on brilliance.com?? They have some very, very light pink (not sure how pink you want it) diamonds that could work, but I'm not sure about their reputation?

I used them to try and source a very specific color of light brown/pink diamond. They didn't have what I wnated in stock but were very prompt in responding to me and sending videos/GIA certs, etc. I looked and don't see anything in "blush pink" in either oval or round within OPs budget. But I definitely think they are trustworthy and worth considering.
 

Warner19

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Totally understand. I think if you want a natural pink diamond in .5ct or bigger that's eye clean you might need to increase your budget (or be willing to compromise on size or be open to other shapes). Needing a specific shape, size, and having a budget makes it all quite difficult, unfortunately.

yes I may have to open up to cushion cut as well. I think that would be the only one that would work with the bands design and what I had in mind.
 

Warner19

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OP this Instagram vendor has pinks that are well priced.


Just to clarify, what colour do you mean when you say "blush" pink?
I like the 7-6 p and pr on Argyles colour chart also the pc2 champagne (if bright and pale enough) wanting a pastel soft pink but not too faint that in certain lighting it looks like a normal diamond colour. Not into vivid or lilac leaning colours. Which is good because I can’t afford vivid.
 

Warner19

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I like the 7-6 p and pr on Argyles colour chart also the pc2 champagne (if bright and pale enough) wanting a pastel soft pink but not too faint that in certain lighting it looks like a normal diamond colour. Not into vivid or lilac leaning colours. Which is good because I can’t afford vivid.

Does anyone have experience with this instagram seller?
fancycolor_diamonds
 

acebruin

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If you like the brown undertone I suggest to look for brownish pink or even brown pink. This will allow you to find larger stones. Brown undertone will also make the color seem higher than its actual color grade. Example:

 

meesmom

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Does anyone have opinions on brilliance.com?? They have some very, very light pink (not sure how pink you want it) diamonds that could work, but I'm not sure about their reputation?

I bought my e-ring diamond from brilliance.com....i worked with Erin. She was very accomodating and and my diamond appraised (independently) for almost $6000 more than i paid. I was very happy with them.
 

lovedogs

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Just remembered there's another vendor named Benma diamonds that is trustworthy. They have a few stones that look promising within budget
 

Warner19

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Hi there
I am a jeweller/gemmologist in Montreal and have a lot of contacts here and outside Canada for pink diamonds. I see great deals come up from time to time. If you are not in a rush, I can probably find you something - but it may take some time. Have you thought of a treated diamond to hit all your criteria (colour, carat and budget)? Natural pink diamonds are so coveted they fetch a very high price.

Thanks K8. Looking to have the finished ring by mid May. I have a deposit with a Toronto jeweler who is setting it for me- they take 4-6 weeks once they get the stone so I guess I would have till early April to give them a stone.
 

kenny

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My apologies. I just joined the group an hour ago so just learning the ropes. I actually wasn't looking to make a sale. I don't deal in gemstones. I am a bench jeweller, not a broker.

Scroll down to the bottom, then click on, Forum Policy.
Read the section on Trade Members.

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PS is pretty strict about trade members following the policies they agreed to follow when registering.

I'm glad.
I don't like forums where members are constantly trying to sell stuff to me.
It's annoying, like spam and commercials. :knockout:
 
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