Post # 1
I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find an inexpensive rose gold engagement ring? I don’t want real diamonds(fake ones are good enough for me). i just can’t seem to find any that I like under $2,000!!
Post # 2
Are you wanting a diamond looking stone or are you open to alternative stones?
Helzberg diamonds has a bunch of engagement rings in rose gold for inexpensive, but they are mostly set with either small diamonds or morganite stones
Post # 3
Noelliemar: Rose Gold is so pretty! If you don’t mind a simulant like moissanite or Asha, http://www.MoissaniteCo.com and http://www.AshaDiamonds.com have a really wide selection of rings that are totally in your price range. I believe most of their rings can be made in Rose Gold with no extra charge.
Post # 4
You could try talking to your local independent jeweller. They can find a stone and design a setting with you. They will help you pick the stone type and size to fit your budget. That’s what we are doing. My rings are both rose gold and FI’s band is palladium and rose gold.
Post # 5
In addition to PP’s suggestions, I’d be sure to check sites like Ebay or Diamond Bistro out, as well. I’m not sure if you like antique or vintage settings, but I know that there are plenty of them on Ebay for a fraction of your budget. Chances are that you’d have to buy the stone separately if you want a colorless center stone, but you could easily have the new stone set in your ring with your leftover money.<br /><br />If you prefer vintage-inspired settings, I’d look into Diamond Bistro. The rings and settings there are more likely to be newer, and since they are also second-hand pieces, they come with second-hand prices. In fact, you’d certainly be able to get a moissanite ring at your budget, if not under. 🙂
Post # 6
If you don’t want a diamond, check Etsy – there are a ton of gorgeous rose gold rings with gemstone centers.
Post # 8
Echoing the Etsy sentiment.
Post # 9
Definitely check Etsy. If you are open to Morganite, Etsy is your best bet. Even Moissaniteco.com (which carries many rose gold settings) will have some rather affordable options depending on how big of a stone you want. I wanted a bigger stone so mine cost more like $1750 or so, but if you’re okay with a .5ct or .66ct, you can probably get the stone, in rose gold, for around $700.
Otherwise, definitely get on Etsy. There are SO. MANY. sellers that carry rose gold now because of how popular it is. You’re sure to find something you like! ThisisLOGR is a seller that comes to mind (their reviews seem mostly positive), RareEarth, and SamnSue specialize in morganite with rose gold! Also, try Amazon.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2009 - Barr Mansion
I love the idea of rose gold! So pretty! 🙂