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vince5

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I have decided to buy an asscher cut diamond, and I''m interested in which settings will flatter it particularly. I realize it''s matter of choice, but I''m certain there''s some guidance out there. I wanted to buy in the 1 to 1.3 carat range. BTW, the intended''s hands and fingers are small
 

Giangi

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Have you seen the Cartier 1920?? It can be found in several reproduction styles... Betterthandiamond.com has a modern repro and gives you the possibility to choose between all diamons or diamonds and sapphires. I suggest you to run a search on google to find more possibilities and some pics...
 

Hest88

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I second the Cartier 1920. It's just perfect.

Other than that, I'd choose a simple unadorned band. A diamond that singular deserves to have no competition.
 

Giangi

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Thank you Hest!
I agree it's so simple and so perfect...
 

Lanee

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Can someone post a pic of the Cartier 1920, pleeeeaaaase
?
 

kt

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Here's a picture of the 1920's ring. I'll try to find something a little clearer and post again.

asscher_head.jpg
 

kt

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This one is pretty clear how it would look.

I got these pictures at betterthandiamonds.com - they make simulated asschers and make this particular reproduction of this setting with different sized center stones!

Hope this helps.

cartier_profile1.jpg
 

Lanee

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I agree, thanks for the pic. It's a beauty.
 

vince5

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Does anyone have an antique setting that might flatter an asscher stone? Is there a particular need to allow light to pass through an asscher stone to create/accentuate the bottomless effect?
 

scaasi

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Check out these styles at the following address: http://dimendscaasi.com/engagement/asscher/default.asp

Glad to help.

scaasi

 
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