Which one is the perfect choice for diamonds rings - white/ yellow gold?
Wow.......... You have got the Lowest Score I've Ever seen!
Hopefully the gold price will increase it
I always feel like white gold doesn't look like gold. And there's no contrast with the blazing whiteness of the diamond. Yellow for me.
Whatever looks best on you. We're all individuals and for me, the only criteria is that a person loes the ring they have.
Here is the EXACT same ring.. one with a yellow band and one with white. You tell me which is better..
which one do you want for me? I'm waiting
aahahah! I know which one my girlfriend would prefer!
Depends on personal taste. I picked white gold because I tend to wear more silver than yellow gold. Again, just depends on what you want to look at every day.
oops me bad
forgot to check back
of course I want your ring
where will live just curious?
White gold every time. Then if it's silver, no one will know!
funny that, one ring would be an engagement ring, the other a wedding or fashion ring, maybe an eternity ring, which you usually dont get until years into a relationship. I would say, I would prefer yellow gold to white. And I would prefer the eternity ring if the relationship is good, the eternity ring is one of love. ... for if after many years you are still making the effort to give a sign of love, then...
White diamonds look best with white gold or platinum, yellow diamonds with yellow gold.
Any leftover diamonds can be addressed to
BP /co Dizzy Poet SOciety
I've got some lying around here somewhere. I'll dig them out and send them over as soon as I can.
Hey Camlo....one of those was mine...the big rock!...oh you probably forgot already....that's okay...send 'em to BP....I've got a few anyway now!
No dear, we're talking about the big, big rocks here.
I think I heard yours go up the vacuum cleaner the other day.
BTW, did you get your cheque yet?
I am willing to share with such a favorite gal of mine lol.
No need, BP. She's had her share time and time again.
The rest are all yours!
Now you are talking.
I am shaking in anticipation......
Ready when you are Cam.
You bet your leather boots I am ready.
I am waiting at the Toowoomba airport QLD Australia waiting for my personal concorde to arrive.
Meet you at the docks at sunset.
Oh heck so will I be.
If you have some change in your pocket feel free to bring a kilo of prawns instead of flowers
Shrimp.We call them prawns here. They make me ecstatic LMAO.
Omg you won me over.
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh BP has fainted...................
Recycled gold! I did an article on it for another site awhile back and was amazed at the number of gorgeous recycled gold rings on Etsy.
If you're after a modern look, go with a silver-colored band. If you want a more vintage style, go with yellow. If you want the focus to remain on the diamond, again go with silver. You don't want the band to outshine the diamonds.
Definitely white gold or platinum(first choice if it was an option) and I would only do yellow gold around a yellow diamond which is very pretty. And even with the yellow gold and yellow diamond, they use white with the rest of the ring. It doesn't look two toned, it blends nicely. With an all white diamond ring, i would stick with the white gold or platinum. Just my opinion.
I love Platinum but depending on the stone/stones the cut etc. you could go with white or yellow.
Mine's yellow. It was my preference and looks best on me. My daughter, however, just got a white-gold ring a day ago - and I think it looks nicer on her than yellow gold would. (I'm going to be a mother-of-the-bride for the first time.)
Gold ring looks more sophisticated, but you should find some diamonds for it. Try this page http://www.pricescope.com/wiki/wholesale-diamonds for this aim
So beautiful rings! I saw some with the diamonds on the site orospot.com, you can choose one here if you need. Anyway, I think white gold is much better
I love silver best, but a jeweler told me no one uses silver anymore, they just use white gold.
I do so love when spammers randomly bump three year old threads. As if they're fooling us.
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