Post # 1
I met up with one of my married friends at the weekend and I am so taken with her engagement ring I asked if I could take a photo of it and put it on the bee 😍 I’ve never seen anything like it and I love it! It was very sparkly…I didn’t really capture that on cam as we were sat in a dark bar.
What do you bees think? Pretty or what?
Post # 2
Very unusual and pretty. I’m guessing it’s a cluster diamond ring with emerald cut baguettes and rounds? I generally don’t like cluster diamonds, but this is quite nice.
Post # 3
I feel the same as you…normally clusters aren’t my thing but this is a whole different ball game. It’s not just a bunch of small stones just bunged on…it’s deliberate. Yeah emerald cut baguettes and rounds…I love how unique it is. I’ve not seen another ring like it anywhere…I had to share it to the bee 😃
Post # 4
gorgeous, very art deco. I’d prefer it with a single centre stone though, as I’m not a fan of quads (and I speak as someone with a cluster e-ring, but mine is obviously a cluster if that makes sense).
Post # 5
Honestly had to study that pretty closely to figure out what I was looking at. It is very unique and pretty. I’d rock it as a rhr
Post # 6
I like how she paired a thin and thick band, they look very good together
Post # 7
Very pretty! I looove vintage erings.
Post # 9
Im digging the step cut vibe!
Post # 10
At first sight I thought it was an ascher 😅
Post # 11
I’m not diggintg it at all.
Post # 12
This is such a cool ring!!
Post # 13
It is a good way of getting a bigger look for less, I still am not a fan of the 4 stone princess quad setting though, even when framed in such a pretty way.
I am also driven mad by the wearing of the wedding band second… I want to switch it so bad. I know lots of people wear their rings like this, but it makes me itchy!
Post # 14
Same here, the center looks hollow in this picture.
Post # 15
Wow, not usually a fan of clusters but this is just amazing!