Post # 1
Excuse my nails please. Lol.
This is the ering by itself. Vera Wang 3 stone split shank …. I didn’t cry this time, but I did year up a lilttle
This is the ring with a contour band. LOVE IT! It goes really well with the ring. It is NOT part of the Vera Wang collection, its from the Zales collection of contour rings.
Side view, the ring has two Bue Sapphire’s in the setting, symbolizing eternal love. It’s also going to be my something blue
This is with the ering and band
Post # 3
I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a similar band from there contour collection too =)
Post # 5
So sparkly! It’s beautiful.
Post # 6
The set looks amazing together! I love the “hidden” saphires!
Post # 9
That looks beautiful together! I really love it and your ring is so unique! I also have a countour. I got my ring made by a designer because I was using diamonds that I received from my husband’s grandmother and I needed to create a custom setting. While I was there, the designer (idk if that’s what you call a jeweler who does stuff like this) made a matching wedding band (just silver, nothing with diamonds) but it fits perfectly and it’s one of my favorite things about my ring.
Post # 10
Wow they look like they were made for each other!!
Post # 11
Oh that is very nice, I love the band, its so unique!
Post # 12
Thank you guys so much!!! I am IN LOVE with this set.
The only issue I have here is that the sales staff from Zales seem to know NOTHING about the diamons in the ering.
They are, ofcourse, NOT conflict diamonds or blood diamons, but I would still like to know where its from, who cut it etc etc. Also it is not certified.
BUt they staff did show me with the magnifier-light-thinaof a bob, that there are no inclusions.
Post # 13
That is stunning! Beautiful!
Post # 15
Anyone know anything about where Vera Wang gets her diamons from? 😀