Anyone with this kind of setting?

posted 2 days ago in Rings
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club

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janelka25 :  cant say i have but its a very unique and lovely cut

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

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janelka25 :  Do you have a picture of how it faces up? Seems a bit flimsy for what they’re charging. 

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2021

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

 

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Busy bee

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janelka25 :  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. 

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Helper bee

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.

 

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Worker bee


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. 

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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 1997

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. 

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Helper bee

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anangel :  WOW, that is gorgeous! I love their designs. 

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