Post # 1
I feel like I am going crazy trying to find a ring (I have a HARD time making decisions)….But anyway, I think I have it narrowed down to two options:
The first: http://www.adiamor.com/Engagement-Rings/Pave/Pave-Engagement-Setting-for-Square-Diamond/14KWhiteGold/1416
The second: http://www.bluenile.com/build-your-own-diamond-ring?forceStep=STYLE_STEP&offer_id=20836
I have had my heart set on the Blue Nile setting, however I just recently found the Adiamor website. I am concerned with the quality of Adiamor, but that being said, I can keep the cost down on the overall ring with the Adiamor setting. (My SO wants to stay within the $2500-3000 range.) The center stone would be within the .6-.7 range for both settings.
Any thoughts would be appreciated! Thank you.
Post # 3
I’d go with Adiamor. Hands down. Best qulaity and price. You work directy with the supplier and there are no “mark ups” like when you buy from the retailer. If you call them they have the best customer service and you talk directly to their employees who take your orders, payments, ship them etc. I called them a 100 times the second time I got a ring and they answered every question and were very nice. I got my orginal Ering with them, then upgraded three years later. The same girl who heled me the first time also helped me the second time. We love them and the gemologist and jewlers who have seen my new ring here in Dallas have said the craftsmanship and quality of work some of the best they have ever seen. Attached a picture. This was a custome made setting but the halo and sides are simialr to yours but you chose a square halo and they customer made mine to a pear halo.
Post # 5
I like a more petite setting, but I would rather buy from blue nile
Post # 6
@HollyGuinness: I’d rather buy from Blue Nile as they’re customer service and quality is excellent. That’s where my ring is from 🙂
Post # 7
OMG The first one- hands down!! I love how it is an octogon, rather than a square! I adore it! I fell in love with that halo shape when I was shopping for a wedding band – but I already have my ering!
Post # 8
Which company did you end up going with?