Post # 1
How am i going to be able to choose the right rings for me when Im not able to try them out. Where I live the jewelers dont have the amount or even “normal” american rings in their selection. I see all these amazing rings on your websites and Im so indecisive what to choose. Do you guys have any tips for me?
Post # 3
I don’t know what types of rings you get in Sweden.
First of all, start with metal. Try on gold, white gold, palladium, platinum, what ever you can get your hands on. Then you can decide on tha first.
Try and find bands with thin and thick bands, even if it’s not the style you want anything, just so you can see the different thicknesses and see how much finger coverage you get from that, and what your preference is.
I don’t know how good the selection is with picking different sizes of stones and styles. If needs be, I would buy some cheap cocktail rings, maybe off eBay or something, so you can try halos, different sizes etc.
That’s all I can think of just now 🙂
Post # 4
@Mrs.SleepyKitty: Thanks for your reply!
We dont have a lot of fun rings in Sweden. Very plain ones if I may say. And when it comes to metal, I can only choose between silver, white gold and yellow gold Zzzzzz…
Ive decided to go with either white gold or palladium. Its leaning towards palladium because Ive heard that it remains white through out time. Your bands (what we here call engagementrings) come in a few and are totally boring. They are plain bands with nothing on them.
When it comes to stones most of the jewelers dont have anything bigger then 1ct, if they even have that. The common stone women hae in Sweden on her finger is .25ct. Anything bigger then that is seen as bragging (I can afford to buy a “huge” stone). Sweden is known for not letting anyone stand out from the crowd. “You should never be better then anyone else”. Soooo frustrating for someone like me how likes to be different, atleast from most swedes….
Sorry, went a bit OT there…
Will check Ebay and see what I can find. Thank you!
Post # 5
@pilanga123: No problems 🙂
For what it’s worth I have palladium and I love it 🙂
Post # 7
@pilanga123: Have you narrowed down whether you want a stone, and what type of stone?