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Old 24-03-2012, 12:13 AM   #1201
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Was looking at the Brellia cut diamond and was quoted on a 0.87 Brellia cushion ... Almost went in to confirm the deal until I realized that the size of the stone is about the same as that of my partner's 0.51 carat stone!!!!!

At 0.87 carat and 5.41mm X 5.41mm ... It's very similar to hers at 5mmX 5mm (0.51 carats)

I read that cushions are smaller in comparison to the RBs but somehow I feel that getting the cushion is now redundant ... Since I m stationed away from Singapore it is hard for me to make any visual comparison ... Anyone here has a Brellia 0.87 handshot or similar feeling?

Now I'm stuck ....


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Old 24-03-2012, 01:15 AM   #1202
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Was looking at the Brellia cut diamond and was quoted on a 0.87 Brellia cushion ... Almost went in to confirm the deal until I realized that the size of the stone is about the same as that of my partner's 0.51 carat stone!!!!!

At 0.87 carat and 5.41mm X 5.41mm ... It's very similar to hers at 5mmX 5mm (0.51 carats)

I read that cushions are smaller in comparison to the RBs but somehow I feel that getting the cushion is now redundant ... Since I m stationed away from Singapore it is hard for me to make any visual comparison ... Anyone here has a Brellia 0.87 handshot or similar feeling?

Now I'm stuck ....


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Square cuts are always smaller than rounds of the same carat size mah.

Anyway to get a feel of how big a diamond might look, you can visit this site:
ajediamDOTcom/Sizes-of-DiamondsDOThtml

I don't have enough post count to post a link so, replace the DOT with a .
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Old 24-03-2012, 10:53 AM   #1203
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Thank you for to site .... I might just change my mind to get a RB instead ...
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Old 24-03-2012, 04:05 PM   #1204
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Yeah, it will look smaller than round shape. the solasfera 0.6+ diamond i saw b4 is ard 5.5 x 5.5 already lor

Was looking at the Brellia cut diamond and was quoted on a 0.87 Brellia cushion ... Almost went in to confirm the deal until I realized that the size of the stone is about the same as that of my partner's 0.51 carat stone!!!!!

At 0.87 carat and 5.41mm X 5.41mm ... It's very similar to hers at 5mmX 5mm (0.51 carats)

I read that cushions are smaller in comparison to the RBs but somehow I feel that getting the cushion is now redundant ... Since I m stationed away from Singapore it is hard for me to make any visual comparison ... Anyone here has a Brellia 0.87 handshot or similar feeling?

Now I'm stuck ....


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Old 24-03-2012, 05:27 PM   #1205
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Old 24-03-2012, 05:29 PM   #1206
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I bought a Cushion Brellia myself and it does look about say 10% smaller than a round. But remember if you're going for the Brellia, you're going for something special and one of a kind. Not to mention the brightness and sparkle is much more superior than those normal cushion diamonds you see out there.

If you compare the Brellia to JP's super ideal, I find that it looks abit brighter under white light. My wifey adores the Brellia and will not trade it for anything else
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Old 25-03-2012, 09:06 AM   #1207
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Does anyone has any idea how much a Solasfera 0.72c F VVS2 should cost?
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Old 26-03-2012, 09:34 AM   #1208
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Does anyone has any idea how much a Solasfera 0.72c F VVS2 should cost?
around $9-$10k++
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Old 26-03-2012, 11:03 PM   #1209
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Wow thanks, you know the stones well!
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Old 26-03-2012, 11:08 PM   #1210
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i recently collected my cushion brellia. now is just waiting for time to propose
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Old 27-03-2012, 09:14 AM   #1211
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so excited... Going JP this Friday...
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Old 28-03-2012, 02:42 PM   #1212
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guys, check out the end part of this video... truly showcases and differentiates JP rounds from the common rounds out in the market .

brilliant...brilliant...

Wah, that's really alot of difference there, I meant the ending part...
(sigh of relief) Luckily I didnt park my money with the other retailers outside.
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Old 28-03-2012, 05:10 PM   #1213
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rose gold.

Anyone here purchase a rose gold before?
Does your rose gold look very pinkish or just light pinkish?

Will the rose gold faded off over the time?

It will be appreciate if anyone here can post some photo here. I am planning to get a rose gold ring but not sure whether it will faded off or not.

Please advise.
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Old 28-03-2012, 10:20 PM   #1214
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Anyone here purchase a rose gold before?
Does your rose gold look very pinkish or just light pinkish?

Will the rose gold faded off over the time?

It will be appreciate if anyone here can post some photo here. I am planning to get a rose gold ring but not sure whether it will faded off or not.

Please advise.
hello... if you are asking abt JP's rose gold then here's my words:
JP has (new) samples of rose gold ring with them maybe you can take a look?
i have seen it a few times and i must say it is not very pinkish... and definitely not my shade of rose gold.
Jann explained that it is their standard rose color and it will not fade easily. Whereas, if it is customize to a more pinkish tone it will fade easier - within a short period of time.

while shopping at bvlgari and another private jeweler their rose gold is more pinkish and much nicer.
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Old 28-03-2012, 11:37 PM   #1215
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Hey, you guys should also try out Ling jewellery as well. I personally visited JP and Ling jewellery, and their services and attitudes are really excellent. Most importantly, they are not the pushy type. Nevertheless, I am very much decided to let Ling do my ring. Initially I was deceived by the limited ring designs presented in their website, but after my visit to her shop, I realized there are much wider range of ring designs to choose from.

With the exact same drawings/sketches provided to JP and Ling, Ling’s conceptual design impressed me the most. Not surprising because throughout the 1-2 hours of discussion on the ring customization, I could see that she can really relate well to my idea and improvise them better.

JP got good diamonds, but when come to ring design, maybe it is good to have some artistic inputs from female perspective (perhaps only women knows themselves better than men does... LOL). Just my 2 cents worth. The final 3D conceptual design looks like it will complement JP’s diamond really well. Looking forward for the real thing to be out!
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