Post # 1
My boyfriend and I have been ring shopping (yay!) and when we began I thought I wanted a Verragio setting (over the top vintage looking) with a moissanite center stone (conflict free!)
BUT we found the PERFECT Canadian-mined .66 carat stone and he bought it on the spot at a super discounted price….now I am obsessed with the stone and want a setting that highlights it, and doesn’t outshine it.
SO, for a classic vintage-loving girl, how can I highlight the stone with a setting that is still unique?
Ladies…show me your striking solitaires!
Post # 3
@carltonjo: This is my 8 prong solitaire that’s technically a three stone ring. I wanted something simple but with a twist. I usually gravitate towards modern clothing but vintage accessories, and wanted my ring to have vintage flair.
Post # 4
@letigre: your ring is beautiful. I love the 8 prongs
Post # 6
@carltonjo: What about something like this?
Post # 7
My blue diamond set…with a vintage/modern both twist 🙂
Post # 8
Mine is a Ritani setting. I really wanted engraving on my ring, but also wanted a solitaire.
Post # 9
@carltonjo: I don’t know if I’d call mine unique/vintage, but it is a solitaire with a little something extra!
Here’s my original e-ring, too, since it’s about the size of your center stone.
Post # 11
@carltonjo: Oo that sounds lovely! My stone is that exact same size and I loved the Verragio Partisian 120 as well, but ended up with a simple cathedral platinum solitaire setting with a little twist 🙂
Post # 12
@letigre: My boyfriend and I just ordered this setting! When I first saw your picture I thought wow!, not realizing it was exactly the same 🙂 Love it for the same reasons.
Post # 13
@carltonjo: Sorry I’m reposting I missed the “doesn’t overdo the stone” What about this one, simplier but different and lets the stone shine?
This one is busier but I think the solitare still stands out and would more so if this was actually on a finger
Post # 14
@hushbee1: yay! My jeweller told me no one picks the #2535 and they were trying to see if Tacori would buy the sample back from them, lol.
Post # 15
My stone is exactly the same size! Here’s my tulip/kite/cathedral solitaire:
Post # 16
@letigre: That’s crazy! When I saw it on the Tacori site I wasn’t that impressed because it looks kind of like a flower, but in real life it looks soooo different (I like flowers, don’t get me wrong). I had a feeling it wasn’t the most popular, considering you’re the only other person on here who has it so far. There was another bee who was looking for it, but got something else. You’ll have to let me know what band you’re pairing it with!