- Oct 30, 2002
wow that is seriously ICY WHITE!!!!! i love it in the temp setting actually. it looks perfect with your w-ring!
A really really OUTSTANDING ring. It looks so good I want to go off and search for D/SB right now. LOL I really like it in it''s temporary setting. It looks large but good on your hand and compliments your wedding band nicely. Please excuse me for not posting earlier, I thought I had.Date: 2/24/2007 4:00:15 PM
now that it''s in the temp setting it''s looking like a happy ring.
I have done the worst thing: I''ve fallen in love with my own ring. Usually I just love *other* people''s rings.
Who knew that I would love strong blue so much or a stone with a 3.8 HCA? It''s not very zen to love a possession so much, so I need to get over it, but for now I am stuck on it.
A very beautiful diamond! Love the strong blue fluor. Enjoy! Sounds like you are!!!style="WIDTH: 101.8%; HEIGHT: 254px">Date: 2/22/2007 8:40:58 PM
Quirky - it''s somewhat outside the usual of what you might expect to see, especially on this forum.
It''s a 2.57 D, SI1 with strong blue fluorescense and a 59 table and a pretty bad HCA score. It reminds me of the movie Seabiscuit, where the owner says, ''the horse is too small, the jockey is too big, the trainer is too old and I''m too dumb to know the difference''.
I really like this stone. It produces some very remarkable colors. I just got it today and it is rainy and stormy here in San Francisco. The stone showed all sorts of colors as I drove it home from steely grey to aqua green. Then it could also be as ice white as a glacier.
I think that the fact that it is D and Strong blue somehow gives it a kick. It has a lot of personality. It is not foggy or hazy at all.
Nancy Stacy appraised it and we had so much fun playing with this stone and kicking the tires. I wanted something just a little bigger than the stone I had before without getting super huge. I think it''s just right for me!
HI:Date: 2/25/2007 9:54:41 AM
Your new stone looks even more incredible now that it is set! Of course you should love it!!! Just take some time to decide if you really want to find a new setting for it or not.
Date: 2/23/2007 2:44:34 PM
A D with blue? Welcome to the ''ruined forever'' club. Glad you could join us.
That stone is freakin GORGEOUS. Talk about fabulous...I don''t care which numbers say what. Those arrows, good LORD.