Post # 1
For years I have been trying to build the perfect ring, after years of trying on crazy bling and halos I think a solitaire might be the way to go. I still want it to have a some form of details . This is what I’m looking at at the moment! I would make it in yellow or rose gold. Show me yours too! I like how the prongs are set differently to a Tiffany setting, but it still has 6 prongs.
Post # 2
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
Love me some intricate solitaires! This is my most detailed, 3 ct sapphire 14k rose gold made by Schubach’s
Post # 3
DrAtkins : so pretty, I love the engraving/scroll work.
Post # 4
raccoona : I had a very small diamond bridge added to mine, it’s very subtle
Post # 5
Party from the side and plain from the top. One side has a sapphire for my birthday and the other a ruby for his.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2018 - City, State
I love tulip prongs for something different
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2020 - New Hampshire
Mines not super detailed…but I still love it! It’s a four double prong in platinum, with pave on the shank and a hidden halo! I opted for the cathedral so it would be more sturdy. It’s a 2.5ct moissanite!
Post # 8
Mine is very simple and I love it!
Post # 9
This is my new crushed ice elongated cushion solitaire. The details include delicate double claw prongs and a floral basket underneath.
Post # 10
My ec solitaire with twisted rope and detailing on the side of basket. Sorry for the bad lighting in my pics! I love all the rings and detailing on here…..so many unique rings!
Post # 11
Plain but for tiny double claw prongs! (Zoom).
Post # 12
I have a tiny row of diamonds and claw prongs although I’m not sure if that qualifies as detailed. The ring was made by Jewels by Grace.
Post # 13
thank you for sharing bees. love all the claw prongs!
Post # 14
- Wedding: May 2020 - Austin, TX
I have a bezel so no prongs but the milgrain & intricate basket is what made me fall in love.