(Closed) Esty Vendor Review: Esdomera

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

Never heard of a “Lover’s Ring” before.. so basically it is a promise ring with a more generous definition?  Why not just legally commit?  By year 10, and provided certain elements are met, some states will consider you married by common law anyway.  

These types of rings have always perplexed me. 

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2002

It looks great…congratulations! And thanks for the review. They have a ring on their site that I like for myself so I was wondering about them.

Post # 8
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Hi.  I’m considering buying a $1200 Esdomera set.  A Claire Yip (totally different last name than at Esdomera on Etsy) at sanjennyjewelery (on e bay) contacted me in response to an inquiry on whether or not the ring was real moissanite or not.  She said …

“Hi it’s real Moissanite (silicon carbide), from our brand: Esdomera. Which hardness is 9.25. And it’s test positive by thermal diamond tester. The stone is well polished. We have no stock, the ring needs to be customized. Thank you so much for understanding!!”

Is this the same place you got your ring?  If so, I think I’m gonna pull the trigger because it’s $1100 less than MoissyCo.

Thanks,

Matt

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Yeah, based on reply from Etsy account’s Claire, who simply said “Sorry, we don’t have this ring”, I guess it’s a different seller and person altogether. 

And unfortunately I’m looking for pear, which I here is tough to do  

im really frustrated because I love the one at MoissyCo but the set (2 ct main stone with addtl side stones on both engagement ring and matching vans) is like $2400, and I keep reading about all these great deals are finding and builds people are making — some for sub $1k.  I’m spending hours a day looking and just not finding anything I either trust or like.  I hear craftsmanship even locally is hit/miss  and stones are hit/miss.

im not looking at ordering semi-set from Stuller and getting main stone off eBay or from the big Chinese seller (tyanu?) and having local put it in.  Of course I have no idea about Stullers pricing until I call the local that can get their product 

I would probsky just got 1.5 stone set from MoissyCo but Girlfriend said she thinks it’s too small and preferred the 2.  

 

THANKS,

Matt

Post # 12
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Honey bee

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theambereyed1 :  I love both your rings.  Your lover ring is lovely, the gray bar you seeing I think it’s called a bow tie effect.  πŸ˜Š

Post # 14
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Honey bee

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theambereyed1 :  yes that setting is gorgeous.  Maybe put a different stone in it 😍

Post # 15
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2019

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theambereyed1 :  Wow.  I checked out all the pages.  Thought US Bart might’ve had a winner but she didn’t like and in the end I think I agreed.  Just was frustrated to liking it probably.  Gem King has amazing page on Amazon.  Or at least the photography is perfection and his designs are really nice.  But nothing pear from him.  And not a lot of sidestones.  I’m about to just break down and pay the $2300 for the moissyco set.

Tried Stuller dealer today.  Their price even after I would buy a main stone from India/China would be more than moissyco.

I’ve spent prob 50+ hours looking at people’s rings/sets, customizing, etc. and I’m exhausted.

I feel like anyone that has found a low cost pear bridal set hasn’t gotten a lot of side stones (I’m looking at 65 approx between two rings).  And I don’t know anymore that even a 7 out of 10 chance that I’ll get a stone I REALLY like from China/India is worth it.

IDK.

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Thank you for your response!!!

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