Future MIL wants to add to ring?

posted 3 months ago in Rings
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

Depends on your center stone, but they can absolutely add side stones to a halo!

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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

My original engagement ring was a split shank halo over three stones- 1.6 carat center stone and 0.2 carat side stones. I loved this ring but when i added the wedding band it felt too busy for me so I ended up swapping it to a solitaire. Congratulations on bling talk! That’s super exciting!

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Helper bee

It really depends on the size of the stones but there’s all sorts of things you can do! I think something like these would be stunning:

 

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Worker bee

When I was resetting my wedding set, my original ering was a three stone but I really wanted a halo. Here are some of the three stone halos I considered, ultimately I just went with a cushion halo and used the three diamonds from my ering for a pendent and earrings set but I loved these  

 

 

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Worker bee

Your ring is beautiful. I love the wrap around halo!!

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Bee Keeper

You could turn them into peekaboo stones OR better yet, create matching bands and each of you has one of her diamonds in it.

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Newbee

Sorry…here’s the pic

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Worker bee

Absolutely. With knife egde milgrain for a vintage look.

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2019

I have a basic halo setting where my jeweler removed two diamonds from either side of the band and added two larger heart diamonds instead to make it more of a three stone. You can totally do something like this, or I also love the look of a halo around the two side stones as well!  

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