Post # 1
So I was on etsy this morning and white browsing happened upon something very familiar looking!
My ring! I immediately glanced at the name of the artist and it was infact the same guy who did my ring, otherwise there would have been a smack down. Lol It’s kind of flattering to know a design I came up with is now being offered to the public! Plus look at the awesome detail pics I now have of my ring.
And I know for sure this is my ring and not a second one he made because if you look at the pics that show where the yellow gold shank meets the white gold setting there is a tiny splash of spilled over white on the yellow (this picture kind of exaggerates it, I scrubbed it with a toothbrush and it flaked off) plus in the listing his hand model is wearing it on her pinky (I am a size 4.5, so on the smaller side to most).
Idk if this might irritate someone else but I think its kind of neat. The only irritating thing is I’m still waiting for him to send my wedding band. 🙁
Here’s the listing for anyone interested
Post # 3
I’d be flattered! It is a beautiful ring 🙂
Post # 4
Gorgeous! Maybe you have a career as a designer:-)
Post # 5
That’s so neat!! Beautiful ring!
Post # 6
Lol glad it wasn’t another stolen pic! If you remember my post! Lol
Post # 7
Awesome I still cant afford it lol.
Post # 8
Your ring is gorgeous! I can see why your designer wanted to sell it.
I hope you get your wedding band soon!
Post # 9
Wow–what a stunningly gorgeous ring!!
Post # 10
Mrs.DK: Yes I do! Did you ever get that sorted?
My heart was pounding for a second I until I saw the guy’s name lol
Post # 11
Thanks for all the lovely comments!
Post # 12
It’s beautiful! I’d definitely be flattered by that. You did a good job designing it!
Post # 13
Unfathomably: I think I’d be flattered then made. I think part of custom is having something nobody else has. I think you should get a royality every piece sold since you designed it.
Post # 14
Unfathomably: there are certain steps for hem to be able to get rid of a vendor… And can be a lot of work, so I think the bigger companies have more chance on getting rid of them especially that he has a whole bunch of photos from blue Nile and gemvara!
Live your ring details, and the guy who made your ring is very talented! Love his work!
Post # 15
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
Gorgeous ring, I’d be flattered!