(Closed) Amora Gem

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 121
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

MstoMrsH:  Love it, congratulations! 

Post # 122
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

MstoMrsH:  gorgeous ! Congrats!

Post # 123
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

 

katiexhaha:  MrsCassie:  Thanks ladies!! Super excited to finally get to wear it 🙂

Post # 128
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

3caratprincess:  Do you have a picture? I kind of get “imprint” marks on my stone but thats because it’s dirty and something sticky touched it. When it is a cloudy day or in dark light does your stone look glassy and dark? Mine gets this weird dark, glass look when it isn’t in the right light. I don’t get why it does that. Does that happen to anyone?

Post # 129
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Wannabee

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Post # 129
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2020 - City, State

Hi Ladies!!

I am on the same boat now. I have been following the Amora gem for 3 years waiting for the patent to expire! FINALLLLLY. SO NEXT STEP: Picking a stone.

I want either a 2.5 Round halo with side stones for the band and SOMEHOW incorporate yellow gold in the gallery or bridge.
I met a girl in university who had a Moissy ring. She told me all about it and I love everything about it (history, friendly, price etc) but then I saw Amora and was like daaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn. My fiancé was shocked that I did not want a diamond anymore. I am not a fan of them and being a (space lover) knowing that the Amora is made by stars is just spectacular.

My only concern…the side stones. You can’t have mini Amoras unfortunately. I don’t want to put diamonds on the side, defeats the whole purpose with going the Amora route. What can I place the side stones with? I heard of people placing with Moissy, sapphires, and crystals. I want them to match as closely as possible with the Amora using the naked eye.

Thanks ladies!!!!! CAN’T WAIT TO GET STARTED

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RpuVU01yUs  (2.88 ct)

Post # 130
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2010

hellen04:  I’d go with moissanites, classic or FB depending on sizes, if you don’t want diamonds. They will be bright and white at smaller sizes. I’d try and get a “G” Amora Gem though, not a D/E/F, to better match. You’ll notice a bigger difference with white sapphires as they have a very different kind of “sparkle”. Crystals just aren’t going to be as durable and will also look quite different.

Post # 131
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

hellen04:  As the space lover you claim to be, you should know that everything is made out of star dust… Also moissanites and diamonds. 😉

Post # 132
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2017 - Fitzroy Gardens Conservatory

hellen04:  Mine is quite similar to the Victor Canera Emilya Halo, however 3.2 carats. 

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Post # 133
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2020 - City, State

RayKay:  Hmmmm I need to see how a G looks in an Amora. I’ve seen D, E, and F’s. But I’m definitely thinking about moissy side stones for sure, I went to a jewelry store to look at the difference and you’re right, they do have a different sparkle to them! Thanks! 

Post # 134
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2020 - City, State

SwedishBee:  yes you’re right, everything comes from stardust. I meant more that I like that Amoras aren’t naturally formed from earth meaning they are rarer. Moissy’s are amazing too.  Had their been a bigger amount available from the meteor that fell, I’d totally pay big bucks for the moissy OR a meteor that had Amoras too! 

Post # 135
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2020 - City, State

kbmorintj:  *drooool* so beautiful!!! I tired a 3.0 ct round halo diamond at a jewelry store to see what was a good size and I actually looked the size lol! My fiance said it seemed a bit too big and then I tried a 2.0ct and he said that looked too small. So then we thought the middle ground would be a 2.5 ct. I never actually tried on a 2.5 ct to compare with the 3. But I’ve read about people thinking their stone looks too small after a while. What if I think mine looks too small because I saw how the 3 looks on my hand? My hands are tiny too I’m a 4 1/4 ring size. I was concerned it looking like a fake toy ring on my hand lol. But all the celebrities have giant rings and no one cares lol. 

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