- May 14, 2010
Which should I use on a custom halo for a colored stone? Is there a noticeable difference and are they worth the extra cost?
Thanks Asscherhalo_lover.Asscherhalo_lover|1314317898|2999733 said:I visited David at DBL yesterday and I got to see comparable halo setting done with single cuts and full cuts. I prefer the single cuts in tiny melee stones (the ones I saw were all 1 point or less). They produced broader flashes of light and to me looked better than the full cuts. The full cuts looked like fuzzy dots of white light where the single cuts actually produced flashes of light. Try to find a place where you can see single cuts in person to compare. Many fine watches with diamonds use single cuts. My husband's Rado watch has single cuts.
He is making my ring as well, we discussed single cuts today.maplefemme|1314322485|2999791 said:is making my ring with single cuts. I wanted them for the same reason asscherhalo_lover described, I like the broader flashes, to me it was worth the extra $$$
You are so welcome. I have just made up my mind too for themluckky|1314324302|2999823 said:Thank you Bright Ice to posting this question! that was exactly I wondering and just about to get a halo setting too. Good to know and YES, I made up my mind with single cut Cheer!
Can't wait to see your ring when it's done, the single cuts will be beautifulbright ice|1314324786|2999828 said:
yennyfire|1314361075|3000080 said:Ari is using single cuts in my ring for the same reasons posted above. They are pricier than full cut, but I really love the look they provide![/quote]
This is exactly what VC says.