Post # 1
I love my ring, but it is sooo not timeless. It’s beautiful, but I feel like I might want something a little simpler with an antique feel. I did all the picking and choosing on this ring, so hurting my husbands feelings isn’t a factor here. The first ring is the one I have now, and the second is what I’m thinking about switching to. What do you think I should do? Also, feel free to post your ASSCHER e ring! The more inspiration the better!!
Post # 3
you’re e-ring is amazing. i’ve never seen one like it and i’ve been trolling the ring porn for quite awhile. i think it is timeless and i think you were right in picking this one. usually our original choice, our gut choice, is the right one for us. it’s super common to question those choices since it’s such an important HUGE deal. don’t sweat it unless you are just really unhappy everytime you look at your ring. in my opinion it’s breathtaking and i wouldnt change a thing. i wanted something unique and vintage looking and thats exactly what i got. my ering was a complete suprise and it was left to Fiance from a family member who passed. the ring was made for her by her husband. enjoy your beauty!
Post # 4
@blondemotives: I think your ring is gorgeous and so unique! BUT I can understand where you are coming from and you will have more options to dress up or down the 2nd ring in the solitaire setting with a blingy or plain band. I first chose a intricate 3 stone ring that was very blingy and busy but in the end I ended up hating it so I replaced it with a solitaire since it was lost.
Make sure you really think about what you really want and picture yourself years from now… what do you want to see when you look down on your finger? I love being unique and different but sometimes we have to know when it’s going outside the box a bit too much for our liking.
I’m not saying I don’t like your ring.. I’m just saying YOU are the only one who can truly know if it’s THE ring.
Here is some inspiration :
Post # 5
I far prefer your current setting.
Post # 6
Your current setting’s beautiful, but MAN that antique setting’s gorgeous! Love it!
Post # 7
I have to disagree in that I think your ring is timeless, it has a lot of vintage and antique feel to it and that is timeless in my opinion. Your current ring does not scream trendy to me, but maybe I’m in the minority. HOWEVER that new setting is really breathtaking and if you do want to change your setting I think you picked a great new one.
Post # 8
I really like the unique quality of your current ring…I have never ever seen anyone with anything like it…but in the end you have to be happy with it
Post # 9
thanks ladies! i think I will keep my original. for now. at least until our 10 year anniversary. i might go a little crazy with it then! haha
Post # 10
I have a solitaire and am a HUGE fan of them, so I am admittedly biased…but that second setting actually made me gasp. It is AMAZING. I absolutely love how dainty it is.
Post # 11
I have a knife edge solitaire.
But if I had seen this setting before I got engaged, I might have gotten a plain splitshank ring (found it on pinterest uploaded by a user)
I also love this one (Neil Lane):
And this one (James Allen):
ETA: I didn’t read all of the posts before I wrote this, so I didn’t know you already decided to keep the original setting.
Post # 12
I love your setting because it’s so unique!! I absolutely wouldn’t change a thing
Post # 13
keeps yours, its so unique!
Post # 14
@blondemotives: Looks so pretty, KEEP IT! I love the band!