(Closed) Just for fun – show me your real life perspective ring shots!

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 76
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Helper bee

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vip0802:  oooo I love your set!

Post # 78
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

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Mrs_BunInTheOven:  you are so gorgeous its not fair to the rest of us mere mortals! 😉 

Post # 79
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

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vip0802:  honestly getting a perspective shot without a pot belly, face or jowly bits has been a challenge. There’s been a few deletes! Here goes, not the best. I’m too old to have honed my selfie body shot skills!

Post # 80
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014 - Presque Isle

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l.bee:  I am quite late, I apologize. Both of the rose gold bands are from Zales 🙂

Post # 81
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Wannabee

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Drizzle:  your ring is gorgeous! Four prongs has always been my favorite but recently I’ve been considering 6 because it seems as though sometimes the prongs are more dainty when there are 6 of them. I love that your ring has 4 prongs but they are nide and small and don’t overwhelm your beautiful diamond. Would you mind sharing with me where the setting is from? And if you have a side profile view? Thanks so much!

Post # 82
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

Mine is a 1.44 round in a cushion halo, size 5

Post # 83
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

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Klr42:  Hi There! There seems to be a preference for 6 prong on the Bee which sometimes has me questioning myself, I think it may reflect the cultural dominance in the US of the classic Tiffany setting. It is interesting to me that European prestige jewellers like Cartier, Graff, Asprey and  Garrard all have 4 prong designs as their classic solitaire.

I like both but prefered 4 prongs personally. My setting is a cathedral setting, – again very popular in Europe, but you can have 4 prong settings that aren’t cathedral settings. A lot of people find cathedral setting less likely to snag than the Tiffany style setting. They can be high or low profile, mine is medium to low by choice as I wear my ring every day and a high setting would be a pain. 

My ring is a De Beers Classic Solitaire. It is lovely and the after sales service is amazing, but if I was buying for myself (it was a surprise proposal) I would buy a similar ring from someone like Whiteflash, rather than a big name jeweller,  as the premium you pay for the name and prestige is vast – possibly as much as £8,000 in the case of my ring over an equivalent diamond spec platinum ring from Whiteflash . 

More pics as requested!

Post # 84
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

Post # 85
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

Post # 86
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015 - sandcastle

Here is mine, 1.16 Round Brilland on a 4.50 size finger

Post # 87
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

Pahahahahaha that guy in the back photobombing!! On another note… I LOVE YOUR RING! 

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Michelleac:  

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Blushing bee

 

Post # 89
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

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Naticw23:  Such a cute photo!

Post # 90
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Bee Keeper

Close up

 

Further away  

 

to add the specs – it’s an an antique platinum ring. 2.4ct OMC centre diamond with 0.3cut side baguettes. I colour. Vs clarity on a 4.5 finger. 

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