Post # 1
Hi bees! 🐝
I was looking on Etsy the other day for wedding bands and I stumbled upon this beautiful pink diamond wedding band from ZinaFineJewelry it says on the bottom the diamonds are not enhanced or treated but I’m wary because of the price $1,200 usd what do you think?
Post # 2
@blushbliss has this ring, maybe she can weigh in if she sees this!
Post # 3
TheGridMonster : You have such a wonderful memory of rings! Can always rely on you to remember another Bee’s ring for reference, you’re amazing.
Post # 4
My guess is that they are white diamonds that are treated. That is so cheap for pink diamonds. I would be very skeptical about that purchase.
Post # 5
linzerella10 : i’d doubt they’re treated unless the seller is just straight up lying. which, granted, happens. but giving the seller the benefit of the doubt for a moment, there’s another possibility here: they’re lab grown. could be lab grown pink diamonds (which would be way cheaper) and still claim that they are untreated.
Post # 6
I contacted the owner about a bezel set pink diamond band price and she was very nice but I never asked about their origins, I would shoot them a message and ask, inquiring minds want to know too 😉
Post # 8
To be fair, looks about right price wise to me so I think you should believe her!
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
My diamond eternity wedding ring is from her, and while it is not pink it is authentic and is extremely well made.
Post # 10
I think the price seems legit. Pretty ring!
Post # 11
Thank you for all your responses!!
I messaged the seller asking if she could do one but 3/4 instead of eternity because I would want to resize later and she said this are the last wedding bands she is selling at this price because the new lot is more expensive 😭 she quoted me the same band 5.75 size 3/4 for $2,100 !!!!
That’s disappointing but maybe I can go with lab grown? Any of you can direct me to a great jeweler with the best price?
Post # 12
So I’m undecided about this band, I think it would be better to buy it now because next year I don’t know how the prices would be.
Now a question for you ladies meanwhile I decide, I’m a size 6 but my ering is a 5.5 because the shank is like this:
It is still VERY loose, it fits loose even when I’m in the heat, I didn’t want to resize because I was waiting to see how the wedding band would fit with it before the wedding.
So now the question is: she only has the eternity band in 5.5 and 6.5 sizes what should I do? Or forget about it and keep looking for something else I like?
I can’t add a poll 😑
Post # 13
cabowedding2019 : I personally would do 6.5 and just get sizing beads. But… after 15yrs and 2 kids I’m never going to be the ring size I was when I got married haha. Sooo if I can’t resize I’d go slightly bigger.
Post # 14
I would wait and keep looking for something else. You have to remind yourself that there are other rings out there, there aren’t the only ones! And why spend ~$1200 for a ring you aren’t sure is going to fit and isn’t exactly what you want, when you could wait and find the perfect one and pay only a couple hundred more?
Paying that much for something that isn’t right just doesn’t seem worth it. Keep saving towards the perfect one!!
Post # 15
Thank you ladies! I’m going to keep looking maybe just a pave band in rose gold, thanks!!