Here's my 8mm light brown transistional cut sitting atop a silver repro art deco setting. The light brown looks great, it doesn't even look brown, but it's a nice warm color. I love the chunky faceting. I have to set it in there when I get around to it. I have some bright white cz rings, and this looks much better.
tesseract - Nice. I don't see any "light brown" listed. Do you mean light champagne? Although it doesn't look light the light champagne I have.
What is frustrating about chris czs is that there are such gaps in sizes. Some have been showing 0 in stock for months. And are not even listed at all! I've been wanting to order replacements for about a year and he never has what I need.
It was a "light champagne," and I thought it would have very visible brown color, but you can only see a slight hint of brown if it's on a white background. Here it is on my finger, no visible brown to my eye. I love love love it. It looks like a very expensive real diamond.
so i noticed there was some new stuff and i splurged and bought a couple of new stones that were listed as "Peach Pink"...
i picked up an OEC and an OMC. Old European Cut: Peach Pink
and i thought i'd post here in case anyone else saw them and got excited.
i took pictures to compare the colour against the blush pink (now discontinued & sold out) WinkCZs, and standard pink CZs.
so that's the colour comparison.
beyond that, they're not clear and sparkly like CZs should be. they look more like cut glass, there's a faint dullness (not quite cloudiness) to them that makes them look like maybe a tourmaline or something? i'm not describing it well, i know, but they wouldn't really pass for diamond/CZ. they kinda look like really dark Morganites, as far as the clarity, maybe?
they are interesting, but aren't what i wanted, not by any stretch.
the holographic nail polish is NFU-OH with one coat of #63 and one coat of #62