(Closed) Gemstone Bees – What Do You Do for a Living?

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 106
736 posts
Busy bee

I don’t actually remember if I’ve already replied to this post – if I have, apologies for the double post!  I have a sapphire ring, and I’m a doctor.

Post # 107
5 posts
  • Wedding: September 2018

Im a Partner Account Manager for Citrix Australia, managing relationships with our partners and driving net new business through the channel 

The stone is a non-treated genuine Canchantaburi Blue Sapphire that weighs 3.07 carats. The color is medium-dark, strong blue and the clarity is VS1. The two side stones are trapezoid-cut sapphires from Ceylon.
Seller: http://www.gemselect.com.au : Custom Platinum Setting with 42 accenting diamonds which are “D” in color

Post # 108
297 posts
Helper bee

My future husband and I are planning on a montana sapphire ring. I’m a behaviorist for an ad agency and he works in automotive/aerospace/defense contracting!

Post # 109
27 posts

Here are my gemstone collection

I am self employed, currently in real estate business, my husband is an engineer. 

Post # 111
34 posts

I’m an corporate lawyer and my FH is an engineer. Here’s my ruby e-ring with halo edge pave diamonds.


Post # 112
429 posts
Helper bee

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gemselectau :  I love sapphires and your ring is drop dead gorgeous. Honestly I’m in love. The detailing, the milgrain, the peekaboo diamonds, diamond accents, and the size and color of the center stone…..*drool* probably one of my new favorite rings on the bee. Wonderful taste. Good for you! 

Post # 113
1829 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

I’m a Moissy girl. I am in admin for a printer company. 

I’m Pam. 


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