Post # 17
This isnt mine- But it was similar to a style i liked so the sales associate had me try this one on. personally, I felt like it was too large for my hand. I would guess the centerstone was in the .30 carat ballpark
Post # 18
I have one! I get SO many compliments on it. It doesn’t show in this pic, but there’s a bit of a split in the shank, close to the outer halo. I’m a size 7 and the centre stone is .56. FI had the setting custom made based on some rings I liked and though I don’t know exactly how much he paid for it, I do know he got a much better deal on higher quality stones than he would have purchasing a ready-made ring. I had tried on this one:
and really liked it, but the clarity and colour were a full 2 grades lower than what I have now.
@CocoLoco523: Is that a Tiffany Soleste? It’s STUNNING! Is your wedding band Tiffany also? It sits so nicely against your e-ring.
Post # 19
@capitalbee: Not Tiffany. But it is a yellow diamond. The engagement ring is Henri Daussi. The wedding band is Robbins Brothers.
Post # 20
I love how the split shanks criss cross underneath the center ring. One side has a slightly smaller set of stones than the criss crossing side. Very unique. Also the halo has every other stone larger — I always get compliments on my gorgeous ring! Best part is my fiance picked it out himself.
Post # 21
@lisamcdermott: please tell me all the details of your ring. i love it. where is the setting from? what size diamond?
Post # 23
I believe my ring should be called “triple” halos?…I searched on Leon Mege website (I love his work!) and found that this kind of pave setting is called “Belgium Pave”.
I really like the fact that my diamonds are 3 dimensional.
Post # 24
Here’s my baby! Don’t know why it’s sideways!
Post # 25
That looks sooooo similar to mine! Who’s the designer? Mine is Norman Silverman.
Post # 26
@misspolite: hello! It is a split shank engagement ring. the setting was bought from Robbins Brothers, and my fiance hand picked the center diamond .
14k white gold- 16 diamonds in the halo ( not including center)
40 diamonds on the criss-crossing bands
one each side holding up the halo there are 8 diamonds per side
and its slightly under 2 carat center diamond
Total diamonds= 73
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@Beezysbreezy: I always loved single halos but also felt I disliked double halos. BUT—-OMG YOUR RING IS SO GORGEOUS! Now I want a double halo!! lol Thanks for opening my eyes haha