Post # 1
I love my rings but nice to see other people wearing them too. So lets show them off!!
Post # 2
Ooooh commenting to follow – my ring is an emerald but still being made so no pics yet!!
Post # 3
I wear this amethyst as a right hand ring.
Post # 5
Garnet or ruby? Beautiful!
Post # 6
My engagement ring is a sapphire.
Post # 7
I love seeing your ring. It’s beautiful. I hope you don’t mind me asking but where did you get it?
Post # 8
All these rings are so gorgeous, Bees! I love seeing gemstone ring threads. So many beautiful combinations and types of stones.
I am not sure if I’ve commented on your ring before, although I’ve seen it on a couple of threads. It is stunning! Love the colors and the setting. And the band picture you posted (which I’m presuming is your wedding band) — wow! Absolutely amazing. Are you planning to wear it with your ERing? The combination will be beautiful.
Your gorgeous ERing and set makes me happy every time I see it. It is beautiful, beautiful perfection.
My latest favorite gemstone ring is a london blue topaz/peridot combination. I wear it as a RHR, though. But it would make a lovely ERing “stand-in”, I think.
Post # 9
My spinel engagement ring. It’s still new, so I’m pretty obsessed!!
Post # 10
I just love your bezel 3 stone! I really like the band with your kids names too.
Post # 11
Thank you! My Fiance had it made at a local family-owned jeweler. They only have one location, so their name probably wouldn’t do you much good unless you happen to live in metro-Detroit. If you do, PM me and I’d be happy to give you their info! 🙂
Thank you so much!
Post # 13
I have many… probably too many LOL …but here are a few.
GREEN GROSDULAR GARNET
ROUGH CUT MOONSTONE
Post # 14
oooh pretty! I love spinel!
Post # 15
Thanks so much! I’ve become completely, madly obsessed with bezels recently. I really agonized and sweated over whether or not I was going to like this particular color combination — especially because I had never seen a london blue topaz in real life. But turns out I love it. It’s one of those rings I never want to take off — ha, ha!
I only have one child. It’s DD’s first and middle name, mainly because her first name is only 3 letters. It felt too short to put by itself on a ring. It’s quite a bit narrower than I would usually pick, but I like the width a lot because it gives me different stacking options.