Post # 1
Hi there! I’ve been lurking on the site for a while, and now I finally have my own engagement ring pictures to share!
My ring is the MoissaniteCo Petite Tiffany Solitaire sol307. Finger size 5.5, .75 carat equivalent, unenhanced, white gold.
I can’t figure out how to upload pictures, so I have a link to an album with the pictures here:
The first image is in full sunlight outside, and the other three are in dim natural light indoors.
Post # 2
MonochromeSpring: Beautiful ring, so classy and classic! How do you find the height of the setting? I was all about peach sapphires but now I’m loving the classic look of a solitaire! Congrats 🙂
Post # 3
I think the height is pretty good. It’s not as low as it could be; it is raised about 2mm above the band. I would prefer a lower setting if I had a large carat size, because it might catch on things. But I haven’t had any issues with the height on mine.
Post # 4
Very pretty. That was the one I almost chose. Mine is pretty much an exact match, but I went with a thicker 3mm version from a different seller. It looks the same on me as yours does on you because I have large hands and fingers. Congrats!
Post # 5
I have the same style from moissy co! Where were you when I was stalking these pages trying to find pics of this ring besides the website! Haha! Mine is 1 ct, unenhanced, white gold. I love it because I have short, thick fingers (7.75) so the thin band looks nice. I am pairing it with a simple white gold 2mm band.
Post # 6
I LOVE it!!!! I have the sol238a Tiffany knife-edge ring in a 6mm stone too. I really like how thin yours is though! I started with an Asha diamond, but it went cloudy and just got my moissy in the mail and can’t wait to have it set.
It’s nice to see your moissy, the same size and my finger size is similar – 4.5. 🙂 It makes me more excited!
Post # 7
It looks lovely! Congrats 🙂
Post # 8
MonochromeSpring: This is my dream ring, it’s beautiful…congrats!!!
Post # 9
I finally received my SOL307!
I showed it to my mom and sister for opinion. They’re not used to the super thin 1.5 mm band commenting that it makes it look cheaper like a toy ring. Isn’t it suppose to look dainty specially on a size 4? I’m debating whether to exchange with 2 mm but cannot convince myself so need you fellow bee’s input.
Post # 10
exhaust: What a rude comment. And, I’m not just saying that because I also have sol307. I personally like the dainty look and don’t think it looks anything like a toy ring — that’s just an unnecessary impolite thing to say.
With that said, I have another solitaire that just happened to come set in a 2mm band. Here’s a pic for reference. I really don’t think it makes that big of a difference.
It seems people are never short on opinions when it comes to things like weddings, engagement rings, and baby names (currently trying to settle on a baby name and EVERYONE has something to say). In the end, you just have to pick what you like and hold your ground.
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exhaust: I’m sorry your mom and sister said that – that’s a little hurtful. I personally think thin bands look better on smaller fingers. I wear a size 4 and my engagement ring band is between 1-1.5 mm. 2 mm doesn’t make a huge difference but I did prefer the look of a thin band. The only con I have experienced with a thin e ring band so far is that it’s challenging to find a wedding band with the same dimensions.
Post # 13
StarPower: Completely agree, what appeals to me most about this ring IS the ultra thin 1.5mm band. to me, it makes it beautiful, feminine and classic!!