- 7 years ago
- Wedding: December 2013
Pink topaz and diamond halo.
I’ll play – here’s mine!
@lilsweetie: Thank you! There is a small (6 or 7 stores) upscale chain here in Florida called ‘International Diamond Center’ where my Fiance purchased it. They carry Veraggio, Tacori, etc.
But the designer of my ring is actually Scott Kay, so there is probably a retailer near you who carries his line. 🙂 I think there’s like a ‘store finder’ on the Scott Kay website.
I have posted mine a million times. But I have been told my set is unique…so here ya go..
Kite set princess solitaire with a diamond and amethyst band
I think my pear halo fits into this category 🙂
Here is my morganite and diamond set in platinum!!!
Here is mine, I think it’s unique with it being a black diamond and all.
I’m a bit apprehensive about posting mine, but I trawled through hundreds of posts hoping to see some darker themed e-rings IRL and couldn’t find any so I thought I should probably share (Isn’t it funny how Goth themed weddings are ‘in’ but not e-rings?). Peeps will probably dislike my ring because it’s black and full of skulls but I love it so much and it’s the most ‘me’ piece of jewelry I own! My husband has a skull wedding ring to match and we’re both avid skull collectors. I’ve been in love with the Gothic aesthetic since I discovered ars moriendi when I was about 7, I’m 43 now so I guess ‘classic’ for me means something very different from most and I love how my ring (by the very talented NZ jeweler Julia deVille) captures the classic Gothic aesthetic without looking like it could’ve come from Hot Topic. I’m a ringaholic and love many different styles, and I think the rings on this site are absolutely beautiful btw, but I know my ring is The One for me.
As for critical comments, I’ve only shown my friends so I’ve not had any negative ones except once, a friend made it a point to say she liked the e-ring but not the band, which is fair enough since the latter’s just a cheap silver ring I bought myself so that to most people it looks like a ‘traditional’ set from afar and they won’t know any different unless I show them. Sorry for the crappy photos, I’ve only got an old i-phone.
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