Scarlett Johansson's Engagement Ring.

posted 3 months ago in Rings
Post # 46
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Busy bee

Directors and producers decide what type of people they want to audition. For example per Wikipedia Katniss Everdeen from hunger game although she was described as non Caucasian as in there would be mixing of races in future the directors auditioned for Caucasian actresses only.  I’m not saying that Hollywood is not white washing these characters but I don’t think that that blame falls to the artist first and why they suffer the backlash. Blame lies with the people who made the decision to audition that type of actor, no one forced the directors and producers to offer her those roles. If she did not do it someone else will why should she have to forgo work. I think we just have to agree to disagree because we see repeating the same thing

Post # 47
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Helper bee

Came to comment on the hideous ring, reads the shitshow going on in the comments ***backs away slowly*****

Post # 48
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I love it, its a antique warm color pear diamond and the setting is very unique. It looks lovely on her hand 

Post # 49
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Blushing bee

It’s not that I don’t like some of the discussion that come up, but it’s confusing when it is a completely different topic from the original post. It would be so much easier to read if it were simply a different thread. This thread is suppose to talk about a ring. 

Post # 50
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Blushing bee

happiekrappie :  i don’t believe it’s fully ceramic. Looking at other taffin pieces, you can see metal and the ceramic is overtop (pics below). Realistically an 11 carat diamond isn’t practical to wear anyways, so I don’t understand the fuss people are making LOL

Taffin RINGS of SUPPORT

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James de Givenchy Taffin emerald, white ceramic and yellow gold ring.

 

Post # 51
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Bee Keeper

unicornwolf :  It looks so bizarre to me!  I don’t like the fact that it doesn’t seem secure and that the badn is behind the stone like that.  I would much rather a traditional band with that stone.

Post # 52
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2020

The thought of wearing that ring makes me uncomfortable. The prongs are so tiny, and how are they attached to the band? One good smack against a hard surface and I see the head bending at a wonky angle or flying off altogether. Even if I could afford to fix it, I wouldn’t want that stress in my life.

Post # 53
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2019 - City, State

Going against the tide here, but I like it as a celebrity engagement ring, especially since their engagements tend to be short. I assume it wouldn’t be worn every day like a wedding ring would, though. 

ETA: I would never in my life wear it though. Way ugly.

Post # 54
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Buzzing bee

beeyouteefal :  while I definitely am in camp “hate it” for ScarJo’s ring, I LOVE the rings you posted with similar ceramic overlays! What a unique and beautiful idea!

Post # 55
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Blushing bee

happiekrappie :  They are lovely, and a cool way to introduce colour in jewellery besides coloured stones –  just ridiculously expensive. Those pink ones are $2k USD. Each. 

Post # 56
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Newbee

Not at all my style, but I’m always interested in seeing something different. Considering this is her third engagement ring, I imagine she likes that it doesn’t remotely resemble the first two. 

Post # 57
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Worker bee

I have no words for that monstrosity 

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