(Closed) Moissanite hearts and arrows recieved from moissaniteco

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

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nelliemade :  It really just sounds like the jeweler is trying to sell you on a diamond. Don’t be concerned, moissanite…especially as a center stone and the newer line up of forever brilliant, forever one and now other companies are meant to be forever stones. I’ve had my forever one e ring since April and as bad as this sounds, it has taken nasty bangs on a weekly basis but hey jewelery is meant to be worn! With that being said, I’ve had zero issues. The only times I’ve read moissanite chipping or cracking was in the smaller stones being used in wedding bands, eternity bands but that’s still rare imo. 

Post # 17
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Blushing bee

 

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lotusblossom :  aahhhhh! You have no idea how badly I needed this thread! I’m waiting (dying) for my three stone made with H&As right now and your post/pictures/videos have made me so happy. Congratulations! That’s such a beautiful stone and your design inspiration is fantastic! 

Post # 18
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

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nelliemade :  You’re welcome! I totally understand. Sounds like you’ve made up your mind 🙂

Post # 20
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

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lotusblossom :  David Klass in Los Angeles where I live made my ring. He is quite well known on the boards and does a lot of business with non local customers. You can do a search for him and see his work or find him on Instagram or Facebook.  The whole process was fairly simple. My inspiration was the danhov tulip head and he already had his own version which was what is on my ring. The diamond collar was another inspiration from a ring I tried on. My only other requests were a rounded band, and tapered cathedral setting. It was $1200 for the setting alone in 18k white gold. 

From there, he sent me a CAD drawing of my ring to see if I liked it and if I requested any changes. I didn’t because it was exactly what I wanted but he makes as many changes as needed. Then he cast my ring and I got to see it somewhat assembled since it was in 3 different pieces. He normally does wax molds first but mine wasn’t possible since it was in multiple pieces. After that, it was putting together the final ring.  

The two quotes you got are very different. Just curious as to what kind of material or craftsmanship each entails. 

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