Post # 1
SO PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! HELP!!!! calling all hopelessly romantic women and anyone else who has a sense of style!
I really need a womens opinion right now! Ive been searching for 4 months now trying to find the perfect engagement ring for the most beautiful women in the world! Ive been looking at vintage rings from the 1920’s era becuase my soulmate absolutely loves that time period and collects tons of antique stuff from around then.
What Im looking for in a ring:
Something that is elegant, unique, timeless and beautiful, just like Francine. Something less flashy but with more detail so that it shows time and thought went into designing the ring rather then just a serious budget.
Post # 3
I think the first one is gorgeous!
Post # 4
I personally like number one more. It is more feminine in my opinion.
Post # 5
Hello you should add a poll to your post.I vote for ring number one.It is nice to see such a thoughtful man posting.Both rings are beautiful.
Post # 6
I prefer #2, something looks off with the first one.
Post # 7
I also like the second one more. It is larger, but I feel like it flows better than the first one.
Post # 8
I LOVE #1 but they are both gorgeous.
Post # 9
I think Ring 1 is beautiful! I don’t really care for ring 2. It kind of reminds me of a medieval style for some reason.
Post # 10
As a fellow antique ring lover, I prefer #2. The first one looks messy to me – like the metal around the main stone hasn’t been shaped quite right.
Post # 11
They are both amazing, and your (future) fiance will love you for finding something that is so uniquely hers. You obviously know her very well.
If I were choosing for myself I would pick #1. I like the thinner band and it looks like the diamond is set high enough that you would be able to slide a straight wedding band underneath it so it would sit flush. I’ve never been a big fan of the curved wedding bands, but that’s just my opinion.
I don’t really think there’s much of a “wrong” decision here though.
Post # 12
They are both beautiful! I prefer ring #1 though just because I personally like daintier jewelry. Also, I think it would be easier to pair with a wedding band like a previous poster mentioned.
Good luck to you! Please come back and let us know how it turns out! 🙂
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Post # 14
I chose ring 1 as I think it is more timeless. Ring 2, while lovely, is very ‘busy’ and I’d imagingritting bored of it. Good luck 🙂
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2012 - Catholic Church
I love ring #2! I really like the unique hao around the stone and the blue surrounding the stone rather than in straight lines down the sides. It’s got a really cool setting too where the prongs look like little paws holding the centre stone; so cool! I’m not too keen on how high the blue stones attach on ring #1. Usually I see then attach below the centre stone, not even with the top of it. I vote #2!
Post # 16
Your post warms my heart – so romantic 🙂
I like ring #1 because it looks so delicate and has that vintage feel. But agree with PP that something looks off with the way the ring is set in the band. Perhaps it’s just the angle of the pic – do you have a photo of it straight on?