Post # 1
Hey everyone! I’m new to this board but I’ve been scoping out Weddingbee for some time now. I have small hands (size 3.75 to a 4) and I want to know what something around a carat would look like on my hand. My partner and I have ever tried going in to a brick-and-mortar store to try on different rings but the experience was awkward (we felt pressured) and the rings were soo big on me thar it just kept sliding. I looked through some older boards already but they were a few years old!
Bonus if you have a 0.9 carat ring because it’s hard to find pictures online! Thanks a bunch!
Post # 2
Yay! Such an exciting time. Here is my 0.52 carat on my 3.25 finger. I think a 0.9 will look PERFECT!
Post # 3
nycoleman : beautiful! I think the good thing about having small hands is that we can get away with a lot of finger coverage with a smaller diamond. Thanks for sharing!
Post # 4
xxbutterfly : My ring is a size 4.5 with a 1 carat diamond centre 🙂
Post # 5
Here is my 1.00 ct on a size 4.5! It’s the PERFECT size for me. Would not have wanted anything bigger or smaller!
Post # 6
- Wedding: July 2017 - The Lodge at Little Seneca Creek
Here’s my 1ct equivalent (moissanite, not diamond) center stone on my size 4.5 finger. It’s the perfect size for me, and I haven’t experienced “ring shrinkage” or whatever in the 1.5 years I’ve been wearing it.
Post # 7
Excuse that I’m trying to hide my nails in the pic. But I still wanted to share my solitaire, it is a 0.54 ct round brilliance on a size 3.75 finger
Post # 9
3/4 carat on a 4.25 ring size! I also felt awkward trying on larger rings and I felt this was the perfect size for me.
Post # 10
1ct solitaire round on thin pave band. 4.5 size finger.
Post # 11
kimwedsjustin : your ring looks huge ! i would have though it was a 0.75 at least
Post # 13
all your rings are lovely bees! it really helps make the waiting go by faster… lol. keep them coming!
Post # 14
I wear a size 3 and this is a .64 carat iolite.
Post # 15
Here is my 1 carat radiant on a 4.5 size finger. Close up and farther away for perspective.
Hope this helps! 🙂