Post # 61
I absolutely LOVE my round solitaire! It’s a six prong petite setting. I prefer the look of the six pRong, I have seen some round 4 prongs that look a little square- but not all of them!
Post # 62
- Wedding: Bell Tower on 34th St
Maybe this is why you are not self-consious. You have a giant ring. Maybe you should keep your rude opinions to yourself and not tear down others who feel like their hands are large because their friends have size 3-4 fingers. Hopefully you are kinder in the future.
Post # 63
your post was very passive aggressive. And your hands and ring are both really lovely. Truly. But your language wasn’t very kind to others. I’m so sorry you felt I was “mean,” but all I did was ask you to not include the rest of us in your insecurity, as that’s not kind.
Also, it’s weird that you now find it appropriate to stalk my posts.
Post # 64
- Wedding: Bell Tower on 34th St
Meh. I thought this was pretty non-passive agressive because you get notifications. Just thought I would let you know that I did not appreciate your negativity. Just because I have a insecurity doesn’t mean that everyone with the same finger size has the same and that is okay. For example, someone that wears an 8 in clothes may be uncomfortable with her size just because of her surroundings and the fact that she used to be smaller while others wearing a size 8 are proud to wear it.
Oh and I find it weird that you think it is appropriate to bash someone’s insecurity on their post. You should’ve just moved on if you didn’t agree with their insecurity rather than be rude. I am finished with your negativity.
Post # 65
I could not love my ring more 🙂 Stone is .8 carat, size is somewhere between 5 and 5.5.
Post # 67
Thanks 🙂 It’s still very new (just under a month) and I find myself staring at my hand more often than I would like to admit!
Post # 68
Great choice! I agree, the round solitaire is very traditional and timeless. I really feel as if I’ll love this ring just as much 50 years from now 🙂 I prefer the 4 prong, I think it makes for a cleaner look and allows the stone to take center stage. But be careful! We were warned with the 4 prong it will need to be tightened more often to prevent the stone from coming loosE. Just something to keep in mind. Congrats!
Post # 69
Has yours been set yet? I’ve been curious what it looks like!
Post # 70
- Wedding: April 2016 - Athol Hall, Mosman
Here’s my lovely. It’s a .8 carat diamond on a size 9 finger.
Post # 72
hi! mine is a 1.25 round. I decided to go with six prongs for a few reasons. One, because I think it makes it look so classic (and bigger, imo). I also think it keeps it rounder looking than a four prong setting. Lastly, more security for a bigger stone. My jeweler said he usually reccommends 6 prong for a carat or bigger. Obviously a four prong will do a great job too though! whatever you decide will be gorgeous. Congrats!
P.s. I dont have a picture yet but i will post as soon as my man proposes 🙂
Post # 73
sol 307 moissaniteco. Its a lovely white gold setting, if you were in the market for moissanite the forever one is gorgeous. If you just like the setting, you could maybe e-mail them and see if they would create it solo for you 🙂
Post # 74
lovely ring! If I may ask, how big is your diamond and ring size? ☺️
Post # 75
I think the whole 6 prong safety thing is a scam, especially if you’re setting the diamond with platinum prongs. the prongs on a 4 prong setting are thicker than that of a 6 prong, therefore a little harder to bend.