Post # 1
I was trying to find a recent bling thread to post a piccy of my ring but then I figured i would just make one cos well, you can’t have too mny bling threads. I love this ring but I know it’s not very traditional, sometimes I have doubts about it but then I remember that I love it and it doesn’t have to be what other people expect of an e ring. Wpuld love to see other peoples piccies of less traditional e rings!
Post # 3
First off welcome to the hive and congrats on your engagement! You are sooooo right you can use whatever you want for an e-ring! Rock it girl!!!
Post # 4
Congrats! I couldn’t stop looking at my hand at first either. It made for quite a distracted driver!
Post # 5
It’s a lovely ring! Congratulations!
Post # 6
@marzipanda: welcome to the hive and congratulations!!
Post # 7
your ring is beautiful, non traditional rings are more special and unique 🙂
Post # 8
What a lovely opal! And yes, the first few weeks of my engagement there was a lot of hand inspection too.
Post # 9
I love it! Such gorgeous fire and yellow gold! All the best things in one ring. Congratulations to both you and your Fiance.
Post # 10
It’s beautiful! Congrats!
Post # 11
@marzipanda: It is beautiful! don’t worry about not being “the ususal thing”–I had an opal engagement ring that was an heirloom, and it was lovely too.
Post # 12
Natural opals are hard to come by nowadays. Beautiful!
Post # 13
It’s beautiful! 🙂
I’ve been engaged for nearly 2 years and STILL stare at my hand lol 😉
Post # 14
It’s gorgeous! I love opals and I have an opal ring myself.
Post # 16
I find that so strange, you can walk into a number of little stores in any countryish town around here and have a stunning array of natural opals to choose from. My grandmother has a milky opal e ring and I always admired it as a child so my fiance knew that was what I wanted. I especially love the tiny diamond to left of the main stone as I feel it still gives it the traditional twist.