Im a UK shopper, please me pick my moissanite engagement ring… PLEASE :)

posted 7 days ago in Engagement
Post # 2
61 posts
Worker bee

I love them all!! Tough choice.

The top one is classic, middle is a bit more trendy and sparkly with the pave, and last is more unique with the prong orientation. All look like they won’t sit flush with a wedding band if you care about that.

I would go for the larger size and #3 over #1 for more personality. Really no wrong choice though!

Post # 3
150 posts
Blushing bee

Gorgeous rings to choose from!! Congratulations on your engagement, I’d go with the 2nd one as it’s practically identical to mine 😉  

I’m a UK Bee with a moissanite too…think we’re in the minority 

Post # 4
330 posts
Helper bee

Congratulations!! I’m a uk bee with moissanite too! I voted for number 1 but I’m biased as it’s similar to mine. I think they’re all pretty though!! I didn’t fancy a set band just in case any stones fell out, but I do work in school so needed something durable. So exciting!! Post what you decide to do! 

Post # 5
48 posts

I definitely like the last one the best it looks shorter and less likely to get caught on things plus i love plain bands there are so many cute bands you can add to them and mix and match according to your mood

Post # 6
145 posts
Blushing bee

 first one prettiest, second one would be my second choice

Post # 7
345 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

 I have a ring very similar to the second one, with a .90 oval, so I am biased – but I love the extra sparkle the stones on the band add. That one would be my choice! 

Post # 8
3585 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I vote for the one with the twist prongs. I like that it’s simple and classic with a unique flare to it!

Post # 9
134 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 1997


Post # 10
368 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I like the first one. 

Post # 11
838 posts
Busy bee

I love the grace, it’s classic and clean and looks sturdier than the third one. It also makes the stone stand out. I would pair it with an eternity style wedding band 

Post # 14
1437 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

I’d go for the annora and then grace as number 2.

Post # 15
73 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I really like #1 and #2. I especially think #2 would be pretty with a larger stone (if your budget permits). I have a petite setting solitaire, and while I LOVE my ring, the other bees make a good point about the wedding band. I have searched high and low, and any band I really love is too thick for it. So I wouldn’t get a setting that is too small or thin. They look pretty, but it can be hard to find a band to pair with it that won’t dwarf it. Then again, if you’re gettting the equivalent of a 1.5 carat stone, you might not need anything so flashy. Getting a custom band really isn’t that big of a deal. A lot of jewelry stores will make you one, and for not much more than a regular ring. I would just take care that it’s not too tiny to easily find something you like. Perhaps look up wedding bands to go with solitaires you like and see how they would fit together (based off measurements, of course, since you are looking online). Perhaps even go in person to try to similar settings with similar widths to see what you think. 

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