Post # 542
My ring is a 0.56 cushion cut diamond with 0.25 tcw around the band. It’s 18K white gold, and Fiance won’t tell me how much he spent, but I think it was somewhere around $2500. I have been engaged for 6 months, and he STILL catches me staring at it!
Post # 543
@BushelAndAPeck: I love your ing its so pretty and unique!
Post # 544
my center stone is 1.2 ct not sure what my total weight is. The engament ring was $10,500 and the wedding band was $1,100. Custom built.
Post # 545
My ring has a .78ct g si1 excelent cut center stone with .60 ct setting with 44 round stones, making the total carat weight 1.38. I don’t know what my fi paid for it, but the appraisal was for 14k.
Post # 546
the setting was custom made for $2,500 the diamond was just under $10k. Here are the specs from the GIA report 🙂
7.39 x 6.77 x 4.22 mm
Slightly Thick to Very Thick, Faceted
Post # 547
@Monie120: gorgeous! Do you know the carat weight of your radiant?
Post # 548
My ring alone cost about $4900, .96ct, solitaire princess cut, certified. My solitaire enhancer band is 3/8ct w/ round diamond
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Post # 550
@jlpalumbo: your ring is gorgeous 🙂
Post # 551
Long time ring stalker, first time post: The BF has just paid for my ring and I am still waiting for it to arrive from Germany…We had heaps of fun with the design. It was $20,295. 0.85ct GIA certified Brilliant cut with pave surround in a sz5 – I wanted something with no prongs because my previous ring kept getting things (hair/clothes) snagged in it.
Post # 552
- Wedding: October 2013 - Vine Street Church
It’s a family ring, but it was appraised for I believe $3600. We’re having it re-cast in white gold as the ‘wedding band’ because I don’t want an extra ring, and that will cost about $650-$700.
Post # 553
2.2 carat Forever Brilliant Moissanite, cushion cut
Price: around $1900 I think
Post # 554
@chickencave: whoa! That is so cool! I want to see more pictures! Do you have any pics of it on your finger?
Post # 555
@Btrfly: It’s still on its way from Germany to Australia…I haven’t even tried it on yet but here’s the profile pic of it if you’re interested:
The diamond was designed to “float” in the setting to be able to catch more light from different angles making it appear more sparkly – Well that’s the goal anyway.
Post # 556
@chickencave: wow, beautiful! I want to see more pics when you get it!! Congrats!!