Post # 1
ok bees so my bdays coming up its in Sept and i REALLY REALLY want a sapphire ring. ive found 3 so far.
my problem is ones 400 something in 10k wg and its beautiful! but oit of our budget for now
second one is also set in 10k but its a ceylon not sure hw i feel about it bein a lighter color and its 150. so not bad but ceylo.? ehh
and i was browsing what if i just get a lab sapphire inss? i wouls just switch it out sometimes with
so my question is wait for the funds for the expensive one? get the ceylon or just go with the ss? is there really a big difference between the wg and ss?
Post # 3
@Missus_LLC: I would get the white gold but with the lab created stone since you will be switching it out and all. I would look on EBay and JTV.com maybe you can find something you love for less?
Post # 4
Get the WG. Definitely worth it.
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Post # 7
I’ve been eyeing that one. Lab created, and WG. It’s a little more than the berricle one, but for only $60 difference (less if you happen to catch a 10% off coupon they always have), it’d defintely get an actual sapphire and WG over CZ and SS.
Post # 8
I think I have the exact ring you posted, it’s in 10K WG.
It was under $400 when I bought it though….I bet you can find it online for less than $400!
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Post # 10
thanks you ladies! i had been eyeing the berricle one but if im goin to pay almost 90 i might as qell pay the 150 and get a wg one lol
starla i saw it at kays and it was 479 the one thats 150 is in zales but its a lighter sapphire and i loovee the dark blue ones. and thx for the overstock one i like it!
i was thinkinh of waiting until sept since its the birthstone it might go on sale?
Post # 11
here is another option for you…
SS, lab sapphire, real diamonds – $149.99
I would personally get the SS if it was me and I was going with a cheaper ring. White gold will eventually turn slightly yellow, and I wouldn’t want to pay to have a cheaper ring plated. Sterling silver will always stay silver, and even if it tarnishes, it is easy to polish.
Post # 12
If you’re not planning on wearing it every day, I don’t see any problem with sterling silver and a lab created stone. I think getting a durable metal matters more if you’re planning on wearing every day, and you’re rough on your jewelry.
Post # 14
@Missus_LLC: you can polish it and remove tarnish with baking soda.
here are the easy directions:
there are easier quicker methods involving just scrubbing with baking soda, but this is the most efficient method IMO. it makes your SS jewelry look brand new!
Post # 15
thanks ladies i ended up ordering the one starla posted from o.com i couldnt be happier BUT gota wait till sept to wear it hehe