Changed mind about moissanite

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 62
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Blushing bee

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softersounds :  Robbins brothers is a chain throughout Southern California that sells them as well. Not sure if you’re in the area, it’s a long shot. 

Post # 63
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Busy bee

If you want a diamond, just tell your fiance. I have a F1 because we ordered it on a whim to see what it looks like (there was a return policy) and I really liked it so we kept it. We looked at diamonds in local jewelers too, but there wasn’t enough of a difference to me to want a diamond more. They were just way to similar to me! We are not in to astrology, I don’t believe it’s “from the stars”, or some of the other reasoning people use to explain their stone. Honestly, all I wanted was a pretty ring with a sparkly stone. Mission accomplished lol. My only regret is sometimes I wish I got a .75 instead of 1.0 just beacuse it does feel a tad big on my hand

Post # 65
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

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jannigirl :  of course I don’t get commission or anything out of it. How would I when the company doesn’t even make money on a return like that? Lol  

It’s just – so many people go back and forth and get so frustrated and waste so much time researching and debating. Of course not everyone can afford to tie up a few hundred dollars for a few weeks buy planning to buy/return something. But this person does since she’s considering spending more than that. I just think it’s a smart thing to do, to get a full resolution on the matter. If she sees it in person and hates it, there’s really nothing to lose by returning it. But at least she’ll have a solid answer for the seemingly all too common “diamond or simulant debate.” Also, she won’t regret it and have any “what if’s” lingering after she makes a decision. Be it diamond or moissanite or otherwise.

Why are you being negative when there’s nothing to lose here? I don’t get it. 

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