by KristyDarling » Apr 25, 2019 Hi guys! I'm so torn and could use a little crowd-sourced feedback. I'm taking my antique cut I-color cushion out of its halo and re-setting it into a 3-stone ring. I'm very fortunate to be working with Caysie on this project. Mark Turnowski of Brilliantly Engaged accomplished the nearly impossible and sourced a matched pair of utterly gorgeous, true antique H-color cushions in the exact dimensions I wanted. The setting will likely be a customized version of Caysie's "Maria" (I adore the swoopy Victorian prongs!), and while I'm 100% sure about wanting 18k yellow gold for the shank, I'm not so sure about the prongs. Should the prongs be in yellow or white gold?? I love the richness of yellow gold and Caysie thinks YG would make my stone "pop," but I also love the two-tone look and think that WG prongs would be such a clean look. What to do?! My stone is an I color (GIA cert) and my ring size is 4.5, so the 3 stones together will completely span the top of my finger. I will wear this ring with my 18k yellow gold plain wedding band (1.8mm wide) or a thin diamond eternity band in platinum. And for reference, here's a picture of my stone with a 14k YG band from a few years back (when my finger size was 3.75): Thoughts? Feelings? Thank you in advance!