(Closed) A modern take on vintage victorian engagement rings

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Bee Keeper

Moissaniteco.com has really great pricing and what most people do not know, is that if you go the custom route, you can often end up spending less than buying something off the shelf.  If you sent them this ring, they would be able to quote you and Im 99% sure they’ll beat the competitions pricing.  I had 2 custom rings created by them, start to finish turn around time was 2-4 weeks.  They charge a $200 fee [last time I checked] for the creation-but what you should realize is that there are no returns [aside from defects within a relative post purchase time].  I’m looking on their site though 🙂

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper

Sorry to be a thread hog-but here is something else to consider.  Because that basket has a halo-any band you get will end up covering that pave detail on the bottom [at a minimum]. so in order to see it you’ll have to get a thin mm curved band.

Post # 5
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Honey bee

marriedalready69:  +1

I also would want 8prongs or the classic “crown” prongs to further the vintage feel. That ring also has a pretty high profile which would make it restrictive to wear for marital bling for me (especially if we’re taking 1.5ct on a 4.5 finger). Just my $0.02.

Happy shopping, Groom to Bee!

 

Post # 6
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  • Wedding: January 2010

I prefer the profile of the second one if you are going to go with four prongs, myself, but it is not my ring!

The third one is way too fussy for me, and the rows of pave are more modern than antique. Also, pave if not done well, and even if done well, can add to the maintenance.

 

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