Anyone with this kind of setting?

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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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Buzzing 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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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2020

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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Blushing 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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Bumble 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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Honey bee

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janelka25 :  Melanie Casey Fine Jewellery makes rings like this, I follow them on Instagram. Very cool style! I love it.

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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2019

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janelka25 :  Hi there! I have a very low-profile bezel setting and I absolutely love it. A rose cut diamond would be even lower because it doesn’t have the point (pavilion) of a traditional brilliant cut. My diamond is a .77 round brilliant and I had it set as low as possible. I looked high and low for the perfect curved/arch band but ended up falling in love with a straight band by Jennie Kwon. It’s similar to a half eternity band. I thought I wouldn’t like the “gap” look but it’s really grown on me and now I love it. Here are some pics, I hope they help you!

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Newbee

Mine is similar to that but a tanzanite with tiny diamonds. It is super comfortable and the band is curved on the outside so I don’t even feel it’s there against my other two fingers. No wedding band yet, but here is what it looks like on the hand from a few angles. 

From the top. 

slightly angled 

And that’s the height on my finger. 

If you are sebidy who wears gloves loads, loves putting her hands in her pockets, doesn’t like rings catching on anything, then a low profile setting is great. I’ve only had mine less than a month, and I never wear jewellery, so the fact that I can wear this and basically forget it’s there except for when it blings around, is really excellent. In fact, I couldn’t believe j found something this low! I tried on some other beautiful rings that were quite high set, and as much as I loved the way they looked, it just wasn’t for me. I would have loved a pearl e-ring but when I tried it on in the shop it stuck out so much I could hardly put my hand in my pocket without worrying I would damage the setting. With this one, no such worries, my hands just slide into pockets without issues, and the stone is protected. I’m clumsy af, and tanzanite is a soft stone so I appreciate all the protection I can get! 

 

Good luck, I hope you find a ring you love! 

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Wannabee

 

here’s my little salt and pepper (more salt and no pepper really)! Hope this helps!!

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