Post # 1
Rules of engagement (no pun intended):
1. It can be any ring you’d like to own as an e-ring, be it as your first ring, an upgrade, a stand-in set etc.
2. It must be a ring that you (or SO) realistically can buy, which of course varies from person to person. So unless you’re a billionaire, no 15 carat flawless blue diamonds for instance. But a 30K Tiffany Legacy that you may swing for one day? Sure, why not!
Post # 3
I would love this set with a 1.5 ct center some day… *swoon*
Post # 4
This 2.02ct ring, which is kindda my exact ring (design wise, not TIffany) but bigger…..
Post # 5
In about 10 years I hope to have something JUST like this, with a smaller center stone!
Post # 6
My dream ring is the one I have! I’d never change it
Post # 7
My dream ring is the ring we are purchasing, but with a 1-1.5 ct center stone 🙂
Post # 10
the Monique Lhuillier Floral with a 1K stone.. total cost: 8K… although gorgeous, its just not practical 🙁
Post # 12
My dream set. Heavily leaning towards this look. [pics via PurseForum]
Post # 13
I could not have gotten better; I love it! If Fiance wants to get me a larger center stone, I of course, would not say no.
Post # 14
I’d love a halo (I already do have one) but with some pink diamond melee on the halo, and possibly a coloured diamond center and with some rose gold! This one even has a NATURAL PINK DIAMOND CENTER. I think a yellow diamond would look good here too though.
I went with white-on-white for mine because it goes with everything, and I love it too. But man, I wouldn’t mind having this too! We could realistically buy this.
Post # 16
I am in love with this ring. It’s a 1ct. Moissanite ring, about $900. But we will likely have a very low budget, so that may even be out of reach, and there are plenty of rings I would be happy with.