Post # 16
I asked for comfort fit (rounded from the inside), extremely (!) low set, protected girdles (protecting the ering), suitable for 24/7 wear and tear, delicate, with a pretty profile with non-prickly prongs so it feels as smooth as possible. The latter I emphasized a lot. This was what I told him. I had pictures of rings where each ring had one or two of my desired qualities but none of a ring I wanted to copy. David Klass put them all together. He made it happen. I didn’t get a CAD as it was handforged. So I had no idea how it would turn out and I literally had nightmares during the waiting period. And I worried that it wouldn’t sparkle as much as a shared prong but it sparkles at least as much. And I cried when I saw and tried it on. It’s the most beautiful eternity ring I have ever seen (I might be biased)
Post # 17
MiaSuperstar : it’s very beautiful! It looks gorgeous and blingy so that was definitely not compromised when making it comfy. Until you explained it I honestly didn’t pick out the specifics that made it different so thank you for sharing, I can see how all those things would make a world of difference for everyday wear. I saw you post it on another forum and thought it was amazing with your solitaire! Mine is similar and I love them as a pair!
Post # 18
Thank you! I also didn’t think to hard about when I went to pick out a band. I just loved the look and I wouldn’t want to listen to people on the bee or on pricescope who pointed this out to me because my ring was perfect and so pretty but it just wouldn’t work to me. And I didn’t enjoy the look of a spacer (boy I hated that) and also a simple narrow band didn’t help with the damage to the neighboring ring. And I was so “aware” of the ring as it wasn’t comfortable at all (and I am used to huge rings as I liked them bulky, statement rings)
well, I wish you good luck and I hope you will find/get what your heart desires. bubbly2018 :