Post # 1
Antoine with a minimalism set ? Both ering and weddingset ?
Post # 2
LouiseN : what defines a minimalism set? Plain-ness? Or a maximum ct weight? My set consists of my e-ring and 2 bands, each in a different color of gold, all metal bands, .2 ctw in my e-ring.
Post # 3
That is what i think. More plain less bling
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey
I think my set fits into the minimal category then. Here you go.
Post # 5
This is about as basic as it gets:
Post # 6
This is my newest set…I wanted something totally minimalistic to add to my collection! I can’t wait to get it!
Post # 7
picked up today. Three seperate pieces
Post # 9
LouiseN : well it doesn’t have a halo or pavé so I’d consider it somewhat minimalist?
Post # 10
Miss-Mauverick : ah! my fave 🙂
I’m going to try a milgrain band with my asscher this weekend. Otherwise, just getting a plain square but softened-edge band to match my FI’s..
Post # 11
I have 2 sets I recently inherited. My grandmother’s and my great grandmother’s. Apparently all the women in my family have the same exact size hand 😊 The first set with the wide band is from 1915 and the second set is from 1942.
Post # 12
- Wedding: December 2017 - Courthouse
desertgypsy : Those are so beautiful <3
Post # 13
pearfectprincess : lol, I don’t think anyone would call this minimalist and I think you know that.
Post # 14
futuremrs2020 : to me it kind of is though. My ring keeps it simple, doesn’t have multiple colors/stones going on, the design is streamlined. Kind of fits “minimalism” no?
I get that it’s a big stone, but the design is minimalist for sure. I could have thrown a chunky halo or a bunch of side stones, or millgrain on there.
Post # 15
pearfectprincess : in what world is a 5ct stone “minimalist”? 😂