- Jan 9, 2008
Group shot of Tiffany Embrace and Sixteen Stone rings
It's gorgeous!!! Congratulations!!Hello everyone,
Here to post my E-Ring! My Fiance was obviously paying attention to my ramblings about Pricescope and BGD 2 years ago when we were long distance. In fact, he told me he had BGD bookmarked on his computer this whole time.
We were in the Maldives so he traveled with it quite far! He set up a go pro and told me we were doing a sunrise time lapse when a 'bottle' washed up on shore.
Thanks to the people at Brian Gavin for working so closely with him and getting it to him in time!
Diana Setting 18k Rose Gold. Size 5.5 I believe
Side Stones- AGS000 .210 and .218 G, SI1
Center Stone- AGS000 .598 G VS2
I just love how the side stones are suspended, the fluid lines, and the high cut quality. My only 'thing' with it is, I feel like 3.2mm is too thick and I prefer dainty rings. If and when I send it in for resizing (its a lot loose when cold, however tight when hot....) they said they'll file it down for me.
I’m an equal opportunity diamond lover... whatever the size I love them all. I’m actually wondering if it’s an old cut (vintage cut), not about the size.I guess small diamonds get a lot more love than anything above 2ct. I guess because it makes people feel better about their own measly stone
To answer your question, I think it's a 10 pointer.
This............is so, so very beautiful, I have no words.Here is my POH H&A square radiant in its rose gold and platinum split shank ring.
Stats:1.17cts G VVS2, table: 57% depth: 71.8%
Original thread here:
Hi all I have been searching for a fancy cut with optimum light performance for quite a while as the centre piece for a RHR. I am drawn to octagonal shapes (plus squarish cushions) and, after flirting with the idea of an asscher for some time, and then a step cut square cushion, I realised...www.pricescope.com