(Closed) Did you have any specifics for your ring?

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 62
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229 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

mine cant haves were yellow gold and emerald cut diamonds. i absolutely hate both.

Post # 63
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2084 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

My requirements are:

1. Conflict free

2. Above 2.5 carats

3. Round or Cushion Stone

4. Pave setting

5. Absolutely no clusters

But that’s it lol!!!

Post # 64
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196 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I wanted something interesting… and only pear, cushion, or round cut center stone. Preferably sapphire, spinel, garnet, moissanite, or diamond. No baguettes or 3-stone rings. Clarity and cut being more important than color and carat (for any stone). He had a lot of options! 

I agree with a PP… I don’t get why people flame posts like these. We like what we like, but there’s no reason to hate!

Post # 65
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576 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I wanted recycled metal, conflict-free and ethically mined stone, nothing heart-shaped, and not extremely sparkly. Preferably not a diamond. Beyond that I wanted him to pick out the ring entirely on his own. He picked the perfect sapphire ring.

Post # 66
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24 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I did not want my e-ring to be a diamond. I wanted a peach sapphire set in rose gold but loved padparadscha sapphires more (but not the price tag). We ended up finding a padparadscha I loved and he knew it was the one. So I have a padparadscha set in rose gold. I’m debating about getting a diamond wedding band though.

Post # 67
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253 posts
Helper bee

@Little_Hedgy:  

2-3 carat center stone, in a halo, NOT a BEZEL SET

 

round, marquise, oval or princess 

 

I hate aschers, cushions, and radiants

 

platinum or white gold

 

This is my dream ring

Color H-J

Clarity VS2/ Si1

eye clean

high flourescence

 

Post # 68
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480 posts
Helper bee

What was most important to me was SPARKLE! And I let that be known, haha. And quality before size, but that went along with the need for sparkle. 

He knew I muuuuch preferred white gold, liked cushion cuts, and hated flowers. But then he was given an heirloom ring to propose with that was yellow gold with a floral-like setting… He was so self-conscious when he proposed because he knew the ring was totally opposite what I wanted, but hey, it sparkles! 

Post # 69
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240 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

1) sparkly and 2) able to have a band sit flush. I thought halos were tired so I knew he wouldn’t pick one. Friends were getting engaged left and right and the rings were pretty much the same.

One time we went to look at rings together and saw every shape of diamond in roughly the same carat range(a really useful exercise if you’re totally undecided). I feel in love with ovals but it was never a requirement. 

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