Show me your aquamarine or blue stone rings!

posted 7 months ago in Rings
Post # 16
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

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elenasaf :  Thank you! Yes, both bands are rose gold, but the prongs on the sapphire are white gold so they don’t color the beautiful stone! 

Post # 17
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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elenasaf :  … I am speechless. Your ring is STUNNING!!!!

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Buzzing bee

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elenasaf :  Gorgeous ring!! You have a special guy!

I have an indicolite tourmaline and diamond ring – I am obsessed with dark teal stones. This one has the color I love, and the diamonds are super sparkly. The only thing I don’t like is that the indicolite is an oval – my least favorite stone shape! I bought it anyway because the color was perfect and the diamonds are super white.

Sorry if these pics are huge!

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Buzzing bee

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longtimemrs :  LOVE your zircons! That is another stone I absolutely love. I saw one with a super delicate diamond halo at a jewelry store once and had to force myself out the door!

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Helper bee

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charlie057 :   I would have assumed those rings came as a set. It’s perfect, that sapphire band is such an unexpected and sophisticated look with your classic solitaire. .

Post # 25
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

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elenasaf :  I knew I didn’t want a diamond but I wanted a hard stone and teal is my favorite color. I decided on a Montana because I wanted a locally sourced stone without conflict. I know the name of the guy that pulled it out of the earth (Jeff) and I think that is so cool. 

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longtimemrs :  I feel like it’s darker in person, but not quite as dark as the completed ring looks. 

Post # 26
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2017 - River Museum & Aquarium

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London blue topaz. 

 

Post # 29
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2017 - River Museum & Aquarium

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elenasaf :  It does! I got the LBT as an RHR to treat myself when I got a new job, so I usually wear my diamond solitaire with my wedding band, but every now and then I like to wear my LBT. I am too lazy to get up off the couch to find it, so here is a pic with the general idea of the notch under the bezel so the band fits. At the time I was super picky about if rings would cause a gap with a band, but now I kind of like gaps in some cases.

 

Post # 30
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Bee Keeper

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elenasaf :  “Ice Queen” is the general idea for the zircon setting. I love winter and snow. And the icy blue coloring feels perfect for that. I love the look of a blue stone in rose gold, and rose gold has become my favorite metal. But snow needs a white metal — LOL. I like the cut on the new zircon. It has a lot of sparkle and light play thorugh all the facets. 

I agree pink is a popular color, too. Especially in certain gemstones. Pink is my daughter’s favorite color. I’m happy to share a picture of her ring. I love how it turned out, although it’s not blue (sorry!).

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katebluestone :  Wow, thanks for your kind words! I am a little bit in love with your gorgeous indicolite tourmaline. What an amazing color! And the setting is gorgeous. I”m not much of a halo person, in general. I love looking at halo settings and designs on the Bee, but I can’t see myself ever wearing one — although who knows? But I would have had trouble walking away from the ring you describe, too. it sounds beautiful!!

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teacher-bee-in-the-sea :  That’s interesting. It’s always hard to tell how accurate the online pictures are. With my daughter’s stone, the online picture of it looked lighter than it looks in real life. Either way, your stone and ring are both gorgeous!!

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