Post # 1
im still not decided on what design for my engagement ring. i ordered a round pink sapphire stone (6.5mm) but no design for the whole ring itself still.
i am also thinking of a square bezel ring but with that i am planning to buy small square white sapphires (2.5mm) which i will arrange in 4×4 set-up— it will be 12pcs to form the square as the base stone. (is that possible?)
please post your ring so that i can get ideas…. any design will do. thanks in advance!
Post # 3
My lovely 6mm/.75ct Moissy solitaire:
I love how classic and simple it is.
Post # 5
@purplering: Mines have major pave work. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but I love BLING!
Here she is playing with the sunGood luck!
Post # 6
@Birdi: Oh my! I love your ring! What a gorgeous halo!!
Post # 7
@MrsBeck: Thank you! Love it too:)
Post # 8
love your rings!!!
im literally taking pictures of it with on my computer so that when i am decided, will just show the picture to the jeweler.
hope to see more pictures of your rings..
Post # 9
Don’t mind if I do! I’m a big fan of halos…
Post # 10
Peach sapphire 1.2 carats in peach gold. Size 5.5 finger.
Post # 11
My 6.5mm blue sapphire in plain shank halo
Post # 13
I think coloured gemstones look amazing in halos or as the centre stone in 3 stone rings. Mine has pear sides but round or baguette side stones are also very elegant!
Post # 15
My 7.55 mm Rubellite Tourmaline, set in a split shank halo. I love love LOVE gemstone rings set in a halo setting!
My ring is really cool because it has what is called a “floating halo”, which means it is set higher off the base of the ring, which will allow my wedding ring to sit flush with my e-ring underneath the halo….so no gap!
Post # 16
1.51 light yelloe diamond. halo split shank on a size 4.5 finger