(Closed) Cluster rings to die for! Mociun

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
4531 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Yeah, that is a bit beyond your average cluster for sure. That last ring….. *insert angels singing*

Post # 3
1286 posts
Bumble bee

I wouldn’t consider those cluser rings because they’re not a bunch of little stones to squish together to make it appear as a bigger center stone. But seriously, drooling over both of them!

Post # 5
840 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I loooove Mociun. Expensive though.

Post # 6
2814 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2015 - City, State

monsterly:  +1. I thought a cluster had to make up one large looking center stone.

Those rings are seriously gorgeous though. I’ve never seen anything like them!

Post # 9
1888 posts
Buzzing bee

Ugh, I love Mociun. I would’ve gotten my engagement ring through them if they weren’t so dang expensive. Love what they do with turquoise.

Post # 10
697 posts
Busy bee

Oh my god I found this on pinterest today too! I love tht second one 😀

Post # 11
878 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I love Mociun too. Their rings and earrings are to die for. As others have mentioned…so expensive though. And I’ve heard not-so-good things about their in-store customer service from a couple of my friends, but hopefully they’ve worked on that! That second ring though…ugh, so gorgeous!

Post # 12
659 posts
Busy bee

I love cluster rings even though I hate halos (due to bad experiences, I hate micro diamonds). And cluster rings don’t have to look like one large stone. My favorite are the antique flower-like clusters. 

Post # 13
5159 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2010

Those are definitely what I think of as cluster rings. Though more vintage in styling. I think of the rings with lots of little stones made to be one big one as more modern clusters, or illusion rings. These are antique cluster rings:

And my own ring was described as an “antique cluster”:

Post # 14
2506 posts
Sugar bee

plpinkinsa2001:  yeah, i wouldn’t really consider them clusters as they have a center stone that’s significantly larger than the surrounding stones – i’d say they are halos (and the first one a modified halo). neither are really my taste, but glad you’re enjoying the eye candy!

RayKay:  i’d also consider your rings antique/vintage halos – even though someone called them clusters, i would just think of it as a chunky halo, since again, the center stone clearly and distinctly outweighs the surrounding ones (which to me is the difference between a cluster and halo)

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