Post # 167
I got to pick out my ring since my fiance couldnt stick with his original date he picked to propose and I wanted a deep orange citrine ring but came across this one online and fell in love. its amerthyst and represents our birthdays, Feb 27th&28th. Im getting a citrine ring I got custom made for my wedding ring. It won’t be band though.
Post # 168
*It won’t be a wedding band. well the traditional standard. hell, my fiance wants a darth vader ring. whatever makes you happy!
Post # 169
Yay, I took a new picture! Finally got myself a smartphone 🙂
Mine’s a custom ring designed to look like an antique that I wanted from an estate jewelry place – it sold just before I got engaged. So I have a sort-of ring twin somewhere in the world!
Post # 170
It’s amber. I have a right hand ring I’ve been wearing since college that has an amber center stone, so Fiance knew I liked wearing it. 🙂
Post # 171
- Wedding: October 2013 - Rustic mill, historical site
Well, *I* think mine is unique, I think there are one or two people amongst the thousands just HERE that have similar rings, one is moissanite, mine is not, plus mine is yellow gold. IRL, I’ve never seen anything even remotely similar in all the stores we went to looking for bands, and I’ve never seen one in person. To me, that’s unique enough, although not custom. 🙂
Post # 172
I love looking at ALL rings, typical or otherwise.
That said, as the owner of a very typical e-ring, I don’t have a problem with it being called typical at all. In fact I WANTED that, because I didn’t want there to be any mistake that my ring is an engagement ring. I won’t post it, because it doesn’t fit the thread, but it’s a RB solitaire in white gold.
What makes it unique is the man I love picked it out for me :). There’s only one of him!
Post # 173
I love unusual engagement rings. Mine is a Frey Wille enamel piece based on the works of one of our favorite artists, Alphonse Mucha. It’s certainly not traditional, but I really do love it.
Post # 174
Hi ladies! Here is my unusual engagement ring! It is rose gold with a morganite stone. I saw this a few months before my fiance proposed to me, and I fell in love with it. I had my sister and best friend drop hints to my fiance and it worked. 🙂 I also like the fact that the morganite is a type of emerald, since mine and my fiance’s birthdays are in May and that our birthstones are emeralds. I’m not sure what I am going to do for the wedding ring yet. I’ve enjoyed looking at all of your gorgeous rings!
Post # 175
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
OMG, that style is jaw-dropping! I love the way the side baguettes are bezel set. it looks very art deco and beautiful.
Post # 176
LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! Gorgeous knot band 🙂
Post # 177
Gorgeous!! Did you design this? Love 🙂
Post # 179
I’ve been told that mine is pretty unique. 🙂
It’s a brilliant cut, cut-corned rectangle (never heard of this before!), double claw prong setting. It is a vintage replica cast from an original 1940s engagement ring. 🙂 It has little hidden fleur-de- lis on the side!