Post # 47
I love all of your rings, ladies!
My ring was once my fiance’s great-great-grandmother’s! I know she was born in 1860, but I don’t know exactly when she got married or what year the ring is from. I’m guessing around 1880ish?
I absolutely love my ring. It means so much to me that it comes not only from my fiance, but from his family, too!
Post # 50
Oh I love your set!! I’ve seen that band at Peoples and I thought it was so sparkly and very vintage with themilgrain and profile filigree.
My ring has a vintage design while having modern finishes, like the straight platinum band and no milgrain.
Post # 51
It was my fiance’s grandmother’s 🙂 I love it to pieces
Post # 53
I feel like my ring has some antique qualities, when I see my wedding set togheter, I feel like I have the rings of a little old lady 🙂 LOL which I love. I love the detail.
Post # 54
@SaharaD: Love the oval! Congrats!! 🙂
Post # 55
Oh my geez…you ladies are killing me with these beautiful rings! And @kainalba, whoa…what an honor to wear something with so much history. I so hope my (future) children and grandchildren will be interested in passing something of mine down the line…gotta start some new traditions 🙂
Post # 58
Heres mine…blue topaz and diamond in white gold.
Post # 60
Mine was custom made from an online photo I found of my dream ring..
Post # 61
Beautiful vintage and vintage inspired rings ladies. Here’s mine, it’s from the 1950’s and was purchased from an estate jewlery store.