Post # 1
Self-explanatory title. Please pick the one that best suits and see below if you’re unsure of what category to vote for.
Solitaire with an *oomph*:
Solitaire with Halo:
Solitaire with Two (or more halos):
Three Stone Ring:
Five Stone Ring:
Three or Five Stone Halo:
Wedding band-type Ring:
Post # 3
Solitaire with Halo, Split Shank. Here’s a photo of it. Thank goodness for Google, because my hand shots are not good like this.
Post # 5
Other: I have a solitaire blue sapphire, a diamond floral cluster, and a classic 4-pronged moissy solitaire.
Post # 6
@Arshim: uhhh can I have the two blue rings you posted!? K thanks bye!
Post # 7
@Arshim: solitaire with an OOMPH! (love that description!)
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I’m not sure! Technically there are five stones (the far ones are baguettes), but the side stones are small enough that it has a solitaire-like appearance… But they’re not SO small as a pave band, etc. Probably solitaire with oomph?
What would you call it?
Post # 10
Solitaire with *oomph*, but barely, haha. The accent stones are each .01ct. But even if it didn’t have those, with the metalwork I’d feel hard pressed to consider it “plain!” 😛
Post # 11
Classic solitaire here! I wouldn’t have it any other way. So timeless and elegant.
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
Solitair with oomph: twisted shank with pave! *is lazy* *points to avatar*
Post # 14
- Wedding: October 2013 - Vine Street Church
I don’t know how mine would be categorized, so I just went with ‘other’.
Post # 15
Solitaire with an oomph I guess, isn’t not your typical plain shank