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I am getting his ring as soon as I know his size.
It actually spins
Post # 18
£1,800 I think. For a plain platinum band.
Post # 19
We had his made, silver, euro bottom, comfort fit, we provided the stones. We paid $165, its a garnet and 2 aquamarines.
Post # 20
Original tungsten band was $60, he lost it and we bought a stainless steel gear ring for $165 and he loves it!
Post # 21
His a verragio ring to match my ering. It was $1550.
Post # 22
His ring was around $190 with engraving. It’s black ceramic with zebra wood inlay. He found a receipt the other day and wasn’t super happy about the price, but that’s what I could afford, and it’s gorgeous. I plan on replacing it on an anniversary someday with something fancier. Here’s a glamour shot:
Post # 23
His is a meteorite, dinosaur bone and enamal ring in tungsten, which was about £800 imported from USA from an easy seller. So maybe $1200?
He has spent a lot on my engagement ring, so why not get him a fancy ring too? He’s a nut for space things though so it tickled us to have a piece of it in his ring 🙂
Post # 24
- Wedding: June 2015 - Historic house and gardens
Plain platinum custom made band to match mine, $2400AUD.
Post # 25
My husband’s band cost about $200 from Leroys. It’s a 6mm dark grey brushed finish tungsten carbide band with a lighter grey inlay.
Post # 26
We had a custom white and yellow gold ring made by Schubach’s. Cost was about $900 USD.
Post # 27
His was around $600. Diamond and tungsten
Post # 28
Around $1200 (can’t remember the exact amount). 6mm flat platinum band.
Post # 29
$250 for this titanium ring
Post # 30
QALO ring $20. He hated any metal rings (said it felt like a rock was between his fingers) he was so thrilled when I gave him the QALO