(Closed) Ring Hunting & Carat Size on a Size 6

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I’m a size 6.25-6.5 and have just under a CT center stone. My ring is a 0.82 center diamond with a total carat weight of 1.1, and it cost about $6k because the center stone is a pretty high quality diamond. I also tried on some rings from Berricle when I was having some ring regret so I can give you an idea of what a halo would look like too. All of the ones I tried on were round stones though, but I hope this is helpful for seeing what size you like and if you would want a halo. 

Also, I highly recommend ordering a few options from Berricle or trying them on at a jeweler to see if you like the size. I found this ring (http://www.berricle.com/jewelry-sterling-silver-925-cushion-cut-cubic-zirconia-right-hand-halo-ring-r429.htm) that sounds exactly like what you are looking for. They also have solitare cushion cuts as well. 

My diamond engagement ring:

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A halo ring with a 0.82 CT CZ center stone:

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A 1.46 Ct CZ Cathedral Setting (inside) next to my 0.82 CT e-ring (also Cathedral setting; outside):

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Post # 4
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268 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

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operaninja:  Both of those are gorgeous. The halo setting is very similar to my e-ring (but without a halo). It is a high setting so I bang it on things sometimes, but I love the European shank (that is that flattened bottom shape instead of the round shape). It helps to prevent spinning (although it will spin occasionally, especially if I bang it on something like a table accidentally).

I’m glad you found my pictures helpful too!

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