- 4 years ago
- Wedding: July 2013
My tanzanite 🙂
My tanzanite 🙂
Cimerone: I’m a huge opal fan and I just adore amethyst. Be VERY careful with your ring. Do NOT bathe with it. Opal are made up of water and can degrade if its gets wet often. Also, its a delicate stone, so be careful not to bang it on anything! Very pretty ring. And happy you went sterling. My first set was sterling and its a perfectly good material for bridal wear. Just gotta keep it polished. Speaking of which, dont let anyone steam clean or chemically clean your opal either. A quick rinse with soapy warm water and toothbrush is enough(since you dont want to get it wet often). And use a polishing cloth on your sterling.
Deep blue sapphire not treated .. 18k white gold.. My wedding band is 18k white gold black and white diamonds.. I love our rings!!! 🙂 xx
DelilahM: Thank you so much for the tips. I worry about damage so I have a chain it goes on when I work with my hands. I also avoid geting my ring wet as well. Wasn’t sure how to clean it, so thank you very much for the information. Your ring is gorgeous By The Way.
Beautiful ring! I’m another tanzanite here!
I love gemstone rings so much! My promise ring was actually a peridot!
I have a 3.5 carat garnet in Tacori setting, and a 5 carat natural trillion tanzanite with split shank diamind band.
Lovely ring btw!
My ruby ring.
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