- 4 years ago
- Wedding: June 2015
(Everytime I go to edit this post, it gets marked as Spam and disappears! I’ve deleted the previous ones, so 3rd time’s the charm, hopefully! If there are any duplicate posts, I am very sorry! I don’t mean to keep re-posting, I’m just not sure how to work around the “Spam” marker. :()
Sooo, a few weeks back when I saw this antique asscher available on JYB’s Etsy store, I fell in love with it. It was the only one available, so I (almost) immediately snatched it up. Jules has been extraordinary through-out the whole transaction. I wasn’t sure what setting I wanted to set the stone in — I was debating between a three stone with trapezoid sides or just a solitaire. I couldn’t decide without first seeing the stone in person and seeing how it looked on my hand size-wise. Jules was nice enough to find me a really inexpensive sterling silver setting that had a low profile and even went the whole nine yards and turned the prongs into claw prongs to have it look as close as possible to the solitaire setting I have in mind. All in all, she was amazing to work with. I’ll definitely be a repeat customer later on down the road!
Jules has some clips and pictures of the ring and the stone alone on her instagram:
And here are a few of my own pictures. The photos don’t do it justice at all. And for reference, the stone is 8x7mm, approx. 2ct equivalent, near colourless. The band width of the solitaire is 1.8mm. My finger size is 4.25. Thanks for letting me share! 😀