Post # 1
Hello everyone 🙂
I have been very involved in ring shopping… and just recently tried on this ring at my friend’s uncle’s jewelry store. And ever since I can’t stop looking at pictures of it. I never thought this would be the kind of ring I wanted – but I’m mesmirized by it.
I need opinions!! Please share! We already have a center stone (I inherited my mom’s) Boyfriend said we can go this week and order the setting if it’s what I want… but it’s such a big decision! Any comments are welcome.
(I hope the pics aren’t too big!)
Post # 3
its a beautiful setting but do you love it?!? Thats all that really matters 🙂 would you want to pick out a few setting styles and then have your BF make the final decision so its a surprise for you and so you dont have to have the stress of actually picking it??
Post # 4
@Future Mrs K: That’s exactly what I was thinking! when I went and tried on this ring I fell in love with it, but it’s not what I pictured myself wanting… I guess it’s always different once you actually try something on.
Post # 5
@km310: That ring is BEAUTIFUL! As long as you love it and can imagine wearing it for the rest of your life, that is all that matters! 🙂
Post # 6
If you love it that’s great! I personally don’t like it too much, not really my style. But that doesn’t matter, what matters is what you think. I hope you find the perfect ring 🙂
Post # 7
That is a stunning ring! It’s very dramatic, and I love it!
ETA: By the way the only downside I can forsee is the pave on the band. One of my best friends has a gorgeous pave setting, and she has lost many stones over the almost five years that she’s been married. She has always been able to have the diamonds replaced, but it’s been annoying to her to be without her ring so many times. However, the pave on the band of the ring you love may hold up much better. It’s fabulous looking!
Post # 8
O my god I am looking at very similar ring and never thought I would want one like it. I was set on a three stone ring, but I saw it and loved it imediatly. If you can’t stop thinking about it, and I’m sure you can’t because you’re posting pictures of it, then it must be your ring. If you love it then there is nothing else to it.
Post # 9
Beautiful ring girl go for it!!! Make sure you get warrenty to replace those stones that will fall out on the pave
Post # 10
Something that I don’t think enough people think about when looking at e-rings is what kind of wedding band (assuming you want one) to get. It looks like the center sits pretty low so you would need a contoured band if you wanted to wear one with that ring. Some ladies are OK with it, others aren’t and don’t mind a gap if they get a straight band.
Post # 11
It’s a gorgeous ring, but ultimately it’s up to you to decide.
Like Brielle mentioned I would ask about the warranty on those pave diamonds on the band. As well as how adding a wedding band and the possible rubbing of that band would affect the pave setting. My e-ring and wedding band are very similar and I’m left worried all the time that my diamonds will start falling out :(. So far so good though. This is something my DH did not consider when he picked out my e-ring all by himself.