@MrsGo: I didn’t think the OMC would look as pretty as I thought brilliant cuts were, but WOW! And thanks for the advice!
@colorfulevidence: Your lucky you have places like Tiffany’s where you can try all the rings that you want to try. Where I’m from, there’s not much we can do expect get bespoke rings. Good luck, and enjoy!
@Azalea_Bee: Wow, that carat weight certainly looks just right on your finger. Maybe the finger-size-to-ratio for cushion cuts and RBC are not so different? Cheers!
@Almost Mrs.P: Thank you very much for posting! Your stone’s carat weight looks just right, too, on your finger. How thick is the band size on your E-ring?
@kalixti: Really pretty! I love your setting! Is that a double-prong setting? I’m curious what the side profile looks like. It appears that the basic single prong setting for cushion cuts makes the stone look more circular, and the double prong setting makes it looks more square.
@shelbyBee: and @pineapplez17: NICE!! Blue topaz certainly addresses the “something blue” factor for the wedding! Hmm… maybe we could look into that, too. Any suggestions for other blue stones? Is sapphire harder than topaz? I’d better go find a Moh’s scale of hardness after posting this. Tee-hee!
@elley2012: That’s really pretty! Looks like a tapered shoulder will help the cushion cut look bigger, since cushions usually face up smaller than other cuts. Thanks!
@winterbride25: Love, LOVE the details on the shank of your ring! Did you get a matching band for it? PRETTY! Thanks!
@purpledaisies: Wow!! Any idea what the size of the oval was? That’s truly beautiful! And ovals do indeed make the finger look longer.
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL rings, ladies! Thanks so much for the advice and input! We now have a better idea of how the ring would look like. Now, its a matter of making the choice. CHEERS EVERYONE!