Post # 16
I’m thinking something like this:
Post # 17
I like the idea of earrings, but then you won’t be able to stare at them unless you’re looking in the mirror! I would consider setting each stone in a separate ring and then you could stack them! Or set them both in the same ring. Here are some ideas:
I really like this last one, you could put your pears in the top and bottom and then add something random and fun for the center. Like a small white diamond or a small gemstone:
Post # 18
IK, you Asked FOR AN OPINION so here goes:I think they look…inexpensive and wouldn’t spend any money on them. Sorry, but you did ASK
Post # 19
- Wedding: August 2019 - Arlington, Virginia
LOL at PP above — guess it’s a good thing these are yours to enjoy and not hers! These salt and pepper diamonds are certainly an aesthetic that aren’t for everyone, but with in the right piece of bespoke jewelry are going to look modern, on trend, and low key lux.
I am pleasantly surprised at how we these seem to match. Do you know what they look like in different light? For me, like @katebluestone
, rings are my faves because I like to see the pieces. If you dont want to go with one of the cool ring options, instead of earrings you could consider a matching pendant or bracelet. Depending on what other stones you set with them you could do a cluster. Here’s a sapphire bracelet I recently had made. I bet one of those would look awesome bezeled on a bangle with a small RBC diamond bezeled next to them (kind of like that second ring kate posted.)
Post # 20
Thanks, these are awesome ideas, I really like the cluster idea with different side stones.
I love your pendant, thanks for sharing, you’re giving me some great ideas!
Agree that this aesthetic isn’t for everyone- just like every other style out there. To each their own.