Post # 1
Anyone have a pear shaped e-ring? I’m starting to really love them. Especially the ones that are bezel set. Can I maybe see some pictures from the ladies who are lucky enough to own this TOTALLY underappreciated, beautiful cut stone?
Post # 3
I loooove pear shape rings! But, I’m kind of OCD about things matching and looking “balanced”, so I knew a pear center stone would eventually drive me nuts. So I got pear shaped side stones. I mean, I didn’t pick it out or anything, but I dropped enough hints and got exactly what I wanted lol. The look is so simple and pretty (and balanced), I love it 🙂
Post # 4
It is not my actual e-ring, but I have a beautiful 1.25ct topaz pear shaped ring with small diamond flecks on the sides my Fiance gave me for my 25th birthday. I wore it as my e-ring until we were able to find and afford the ring I wanted. It took me a while to warm up to it, but now I love it soo soo much. My ring looks a bit like the ring I am posting, but mine has a blue stone, a slightly thinner band, and smaller diamonds on the side. I have NO pictures of my pear ring or my e-ring! Terrible!
Post # 5
Ahhh! Sugarsweet, I am SOO the same way. It’s all about symmetry. Everyone gets all frustrated at me when we’re decorating the Christmas tree because I switch things around a million times until it is just perfect. Which is why the bf was quite confused when I was like, “Babe, sorry to throw you off… I think I’d like a pear shape…” Haha. It’ll take him a while. I think it’s the fact that I’ve looked at SOOOO many rings. Like, to the nth degree. I’ve always said I wanted something really classic, yellow gold in a round cut. But now I’m thinking colored stone and pear, diamond bezel set, white gold. I’ll probably change my mind again in about 3.5 minutes. =] By The Way, both rings, beauties.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2010 - The Mountain Terrace, Woodside, CA
I love the pear shape, but can never decide, do you wear it with the narrower end up or down? Both look great to me, I’m not sure I could ever decide!
Post # 7
@cola- narrow side towards your hand 🙂
Post # 8
I have a pear shaped ring and I LOVE it!
I always get comments about how beautiful and different it is.
This pic isn’t my ring, but looks pretty similar
Oh, and the pointed end actually points out away from your body as to elongate the fingers 🙂
Here is a pic of my ring, but taken with an iphone, so sorry about the poor quality
Post # 9
OK, I think that I may have posted the picture wrong in my other post, so here goes attempt #2:
Post # 10
AHHH! Your ring is so beautiful. That is essentially the reason I want a pear shape. What a stunner! I’m thinking morganite for a center stone.
Post # 11
@Goodie (1) I LOVE pear shaped stones – I have an amethyst that I love but I only rock it out as a cocktail ring every so often because it is large!!
(2) Morganite is my favorite gemstone in the world!!! I collect gemstones and about a year ago I discovered it – LOVE IT!!! I have a three stone morganite ring (oval cuts) set in white gold, but I especially love how Morganite looks set in rose gold…
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Iknow I’ve posted mine before and I wish I had a better close up one for ya but here it is. I LOVE IT! My fiance designed it. I thought i wouldnt like it being asymmetrical but i do not mind at all. I wear it with the point pointing toward my fingertip– it’s supposed to elongate, which helps!
Post # 15
I love pears, too!
Second in line, right behind my cushion…..I want a colored one with pave diamonds around…..*swoon*
Post # 16
For a while I really wanted a pear shaped. I was worried that I’d get sick of it so I went with a cushion cut but there will always be a place in my heart for the pear!