Post # 1
I have been in search for very low setting, frankly, it is pretty tough. I would love to see this kind of very low set ring ON HAND, please. It could be nice to see it paired with band or eternity ring
Post # 3
- Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club
cant say i have but its a very unique and lovely cut
Post # 4
Do you have a picture of how it faces up? Seems a bit flimsy for what they’re charging.
Post # 5
Sorry Bee, you might be out of luck. I do agree that the cost shown is strangely high for such a thin, minimal setting with a moissanite. Mine is low set but not that low set since it is not rose cut
Post # 6
I am not about to buy this ring, I found on the internet and wanted to use it just like an example of low ring… The biggest problem is, that when you look at many rings even here on weddingbee, many of them seen low from the top but then you their Side view and ooops, ring is pretty high… I just need to see so extremely low set ring from side and from top and with band or eternity ring is plus bonus
Post # 7
if you’re looking for very low rings, a bezel set might be good. The ring you showed is a rose cute moissanite, which can be very nice but are a very specific look. Another style that might work well for you are invisible gallery. I think your best bet when you’re approaching the time where you want to buy someting is to find an online jeweller (this is my favourite one https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/Sapheena?ref=shop_sugg
) and talk to them about how low you want and what they could make for you.
I also would say, I thought I needed an extremely low set ring, and now that I’ve been wearing it, I actually could have gone slightly higher. You acclimate to it on your hand, and when I really need to have ultimate low profile, I just wear my wedding band.
Post # 8
I have something fairly similar. It’s a Victorian belcher setting, super low profile. No wedding ring yet, so I can’t help with that visual. It’s very comfortable, and I usually forget it’s on at all.
Post # 9
not that exact style, but I have this incredibly low profile CvB rose cut moissanite ring. Love it! It’s chunky facets and details are stunning, and the low profile makes it so easy to wear.
Post # 10
I agree that bezels are often set low, as are the belcher settings. The only downside, of course, is that no wedding band will lie flush unless it is contoured.
Post # 11
WOW, that is gorgeous! I love their designs.