Post # 1
So my partner and I have decided it is time to look for a ring:D!!!! I don’t like the idea of a diamond engagement ring, it just seems impractical and I don’t want something sticking up off my finger, but I still want something meaningful, high-quality, and timeless. We were looking at eternity rings, and other ‘wedding’ rings, but nothing really stood out to me as special enough. Then I came across the Cartier Trinity Ring and I am so in love. I love the mixed metals, and the meaning behind it. Also, Cartier has been making them for almost 100 years so they’re a pretty classic design? I think I would get the thinnest one, and pair it with a thin pave band as the wedding ring.
What do you think of this idea?
Or if you have a Cartier Trinity ring and want to share pics that would be amazing:D
Here’s some Pics 😉 :
Here’s a picture of it stacked with a thin paved band
And another…. (imagine it without the e-ring:P)
Post # 3
I think it’s gorgeous! Gemvara also has a rolling ring where you can customize it with or without stones on each band and the metal on each band. For example, I’m getting one with a ruby band and an emerald band, both in 18k yellow gold. But you could do one band with diamonds, one plain band, and mix metals. I hope that makes sense!
The trinity ring is so amazing, just though I would offer another option that may be less expensive and is completely customizable 🙂
Post # 4
I really like rolling rings. I personally wouldn’t get the Cartier, because 1.) I wouldn’t want the brand name stamped all over, and 2.) You can get the same thing for significantly cheaper elsewhere.
Post # 5
i have the carrier trinity and love it, my husband bought me it for my 30th. We originally ordered the smallest size but returned it and got the next size up, the thinnest one just didn’t look right on my finger or with my wedding ring but I think with a thin pave ring it will look great!
The ring does move and spin so you don’t always see “Cartier”
Post # 6
I love the classic Cartier rolling ring, so I say go for it!
Post # 7
I love my classic as a wedding ring. The trinity and pave eternity looks stunning.
Post # 8
- Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club
my friends (both married to each other) each have a set like this one. Its gorgeous!
Post # 9
great idea if you don’t want lots a being and high set stones . Congratulations
Post # 10
I have one and I love it! I got it for our DS’s birth and our initials are engraved in it – one person inside each band. 🙂 One thing I will say though – the colors are not as distinct in real life as they appear in photos. That disappointed me a tiny bit (we ordered online).
Post # 11
My trinity ring isn’t from cartier. Anyways, I usually wear it as a rhr. But when I was having my upgrade ring made I wore it as an engagement ring along with my half eternity band.
Post # 12
It’s a gorgeous, classic design, I say go for it! You’ll never outgrow the look. 🙂
Post # 13
I have a non-Cartier trinity/rolling ring– it’s gorgeous and so classic! I wear mine as a RHR stack
Post # 14
- Wedding: April 2007 - City, State
I love how it looks with the thin diamond band. I think it would look beautiful together. Definitely go for it!!