Post # 1
So every once in awhile I like to look at Blue Nile for the recently purchased rings…geez…some purchased a 5.25 round brilliant for like 88K!! Wonder if she’ll join the bee…I’d love to see what that looks like on the hand…
Now I have small diamond syndrome…
Post # 3
@MamaMegs721: that’s a COCKTAIL RING! Gosh, it’d physically get in the way of doing anything! ahah
Post # 4
yep pretty sure little kids are ice skating on it…it was beautiful in the pic though!
Post # 6
@MamaMegs721: I’m just surprised the setting is so simple. I showed to to my Fiance and he said “well if you do a setting with more diamonds then its just obnoxious.” Then?
Post # 8
what’s wrong with rockin a huge rock? If you want to spend your money on things like that and you can afford to do so, more power to ya!
@mama- yess! i’d love to see that bling on an actual hand!
Post # 9
Yikes! That’s waaaayyyy too big…I would never feel comfortable with that! Good for her, though!
Post # 10
I’ve never looked at that site before. There are some HUGE diamonds on there! Jeez!!
Post # 11
I would love to see that ring on someone’s hand! Even though it’s an I color, I’ll bet it looks pretty white since the cut is Ideal. Kinda wonder about the clarity though as it’s an SI1. I would almos rather have that other recently purchased round for 138K that is 3.41 carats but with an E color and VS1 clarity! I’m sure both rings are stunning.
Post # 12
@Dell79: There’s nothing wrong with it. Who said it was it bad?
Post # 13
A family friend of ours has a 12 ct emerald cut diamond ring. Her husband is on Forbes richest so no surprise really BUT when I saw this ring I was in shock she even let me try it on!! I used to have a pic on my phone but not anymore… Let me see if I can find it in my email somewhere… *off to search*
Post # 14
I didn’t know you could search for recently sold rings on there…how do you do it? That sounds like fun!
Post # 15
Maybe I’m biased but I don’t thing a ring get too big until 10ct or so
Post # 16
I think it’s gorgeous!
Personally, I think less than 5ct. is best for an ering, but I would never turn that ring down if it was presented to me as one! I do think it’s better off as a RHR, but then what would be the point because it would dwarf the ering on the other hand…