Post # 61
I’d check out lab diamonds! They’re diamonds by every account, except they’re made in a lab and not mined. You’ll save a ton of money and the only way anyone would ever know the difference is loooking up the etched serial number. The only downside is resale value – but if you’re looking at resale of your e ring, you probably have bigger issues 😉
Post # 63
Be careful with Swarovski rings mine tarnished within 3 months- tripple check the metal and dont take rhodium plated as an answer! but as long as the metals high quality they are stunning crystals!
Post # 64
I would get a similar style to the ring I ended up with- 14 ct white gold and a moissy in a vintage style/oval shape center stone. Something like this:
Maybe this thread can help out anyone with a tighter budget! 😊
Post # 65
I love coloured gemstones ( I actually kind of wish I got one) but I love this topaz ring on etsy
Post # 66
this gorgeous antique garnet cabochon for $350
Post # 67
- Wedding: September 2017 - River Museum & Aquarium
a nice, wide gold band probably.
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My SO is proposing with this 3 carat moissanite and diamond accent stones ring from Etsy! It was $879 before taxes so about $900ish! Based on what I’ve seen here, that is pretty cheap I think 🙂 also recently bought this Amazon cz ring to play around with (its a 6 carat plated yellow gold sterling silver ring) on the lookout though for a 3 to 4 carat cz cushion cut or oval ring to wear around for fun (i love larger stone rings, they make my hand look smaller and thinner lol.)
Post # 72
These are the rings I’m wearing atm until my forever ering gets here! Both of these cost under 500
Post # 73
Vintage .3 OMC diamond in yellow gold/ palladium was under $200. ❤️
Post # 74
.20 ct diamond solitaire in yellow gold was under $100!
Post # 75
What a fun thread!
I would say either this pearl gold ring because I really love pearls:
Or this flower ring which also comes with a lab pink sapphire as the center stone: