Fifi, another thing to consider is that different cuts show color differently. For example, marquises and ovals will show more tint than a modern round. Antique faceted stones and "modern antiques", such as AVR/AVC, etc will show less color than moderns. Modern cushions tend to show a little more tint than rounds.theladyfifi|1459103550|4011756 said:Some lovely examples of I stones so far. I don't know if it's me, but I cannot detect any colour in any of these stones. Keep the picture coming.
Are you looking for a modern cushion (faceted or crushed ice?) or an antique cut?theladyfifi|1459091114|4011681 said:I have my eye on a cushion cut diamond I colour and want to get a good idea of the colour. Looking forward to seeing your stones.
This exactly! [emoji1303]diamondseeker2006 said:I love looking at diamond pictures, but unfortunately, you cannot tell a thing about color in pictures. You would have to order the stone and look at it in your normal lighting environment to know how you feel about the color. However, I color is a wonderful color for an antique cushion, in my opinion.