Post # 1
I just discovered this website and am excited to become a bee! I have a round diamond (.78) that was passed down to me from several generations. I’d like to have it reset in a RHR, but I don’t want it to look like an ering. I need ideas! Please post pictures or comments. Thank you!
Post # 3
Hi and welcome! I have a diamond RHR that’s currently set as a solitare, so yes, it looks like an e-ring, but I’m ok with that. I don’t really have much advice on how to make it *not* look like an ering, since you’ll come to find on this site that lots of ladies have many different settings and stones for their erings that aren’t just the typical/traditional diamonds and gold. If it were me, I’d consider adding a row of gemstones to the shank, -your & your SO’s birthstones, prehaps, as opposed to a solitare.
Post # 4
@Eight6Eleven: !! Is that an asscher?! It’s gorgeous! Man you have the best stuff!!!! 🙂
Post # 5
Thanks Wrkbrk!!! Not to ‘jack, but my real ering is giving me all sorts of troubles. It’s at the jeweler 🙁
Post # 6
@Eight6Eleven: oh no!!! 🙁 it looks like a pretty secure setting!?
Post # 8
This is my old RHR, which I have since sold. The centre was a .51 canadian diamond
This is my new RHR, .75 diamond solitaire (pictured here on left hand because its easier to photograph that way)
Post # 9
Sorry if I’ve flooded the boards with my new RHR – but I don’t think it looks engagementy although there is a band you could wear with it 🙂 The bottom one is more like mine because it’s a round but I thought you might appreciate a square diamond – it looks good too.
Post # 10
@hokietonya: I’ve just litterly posted this stock pic of my RHR but I’ll happily share again 🙂