(Closed) Nosy/Taboo: How much was your e-ring?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 106
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Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2020

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daysgoneby :  my set looks very similar to yours and is from the 40s. Priceless

Post # 107
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

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michellelynn9175 :  That doesn’t really sound like you overpaid! We paid $1900 for my .75 RHR diamond with not as good specs as yours three years ago!

Post # 108
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Sugar bee

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wrkbrk :  Well that makes me feel a little bit better. Lol! We actually purchased from Shane Co. which is notorious (along with other big box stores) for huge and ridiculous mark ups. 

ETA: I just checked my paperwork to make sure I was telling you right. It’s .64 F/VS2 (not VVS2, sorry!) and $1,645 for the diamond set in a plain 14k white gold solitaire. Like the cheapest setting they offered at the time. Lol

Post # 109
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Newbee

$3800 for a 3 carat garland style eternity band. I set a limit of $4k, and I’m super happy with my ring!

Post # 110
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Sugar Beekeeper

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missmonroe711 :  

Not doubting you for an instant ,  but what about lapis lazuli?  That’s been around since the Pharaohs  and you don’t get bluer than that.   

Egyptian Lapis Lazuli

Post # 111
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Busy bee

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missmonroe711 :  Yowza…that ring is a show stopper. I wish I could wear something so intricate on the reg. I would have it chipped or bent or something worse, lol.

Post # 112
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Helper bee

Mine was £900 1ct Moissanite with pave sides in platinum. I love it, I can’t wait to add my wedding band with it ☺️

Post # 113
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Helper bee

$13.22  with free shippingmoney-mouth

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Post # 114
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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tsyp :  Oh that’s interesting, thank you. I’d love to see yours!

Post # 115
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Worker bee

Don’t have it yet, but I know it cost around $20k. Wedding band will be additional couple thousand most likely. He got a good price on it because he worked with family members in the diamond and jewelry industry.

Post # 116
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

This set was $2000, custom from Joseph Schubach jewelers. 7.5 mm ACC moissanite. 

And this set was $99 from etsy. Raw blue sapphires. 

 

Post # 117
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Helper bee

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elderbee :  if I’m not mistaking I think that is one of the truest blues because you’re right that the Egyptians did use it a lot and many civilized cultures in that time would grind it up and use it in dyes and paint to “make blue” pigment. So I would assume that lapis lazuli would fall under one-of-the-only-things-that-is-truly-blue category. From what I understand it’s how it refracts light and lapis lazuli doesn’t really. Don’t take my word for it though lol I could be wrong  lol :-p

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unicornwolf :  thank you! I do have to be conscious about my hands and I take it off for most things like cleaning, sleeping, cooking, heavy lifting and showering. Lol so like most of the time :-p 

Post # 118
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Blushing bee

I have 2, one was 120$ the other was 39$ both are faceted rainbow moonstones set in sterling silver.

Post # 119
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Blushing bee

My e-ring was around $34k and my band was $6k. Engagement Ring is 1.65ct VVS1, G, excellent cushion center with another .6 or .8 in two sidestones (can’t remember) and the band is another .65ct in rounds, 3/4 eternity band.  I really wanted another band for my anniversary but the jeweler closed after 35 years 🙁

Post # 120
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2015

~$12500

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