(Closed) Skull E-Ring Settings

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 92
Hostess
9738 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

Then start calling local jewelers, visiting their stores, etc. No one here will be able to help you further if you don’t want to order online or tell us what part of the world you live in.

Post # 94
Member
1863 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2006

coiledrose:  I think we are all just a bit confused. You mentioned that “everyone is hung up on price”. I think we may have got the impression that price was a factor because on page 2 of this thread you said “I’d like the one ring to be under 500 dollars, by a lot if possible” , but then on page 4 you said “I didn’t say I had a strict budget of 500 dollars, but I want to be nowhere near 1k”. so is price important for us to consider when making suggestions? And I had previously mentioned an etsy seller to you, even though you had preferred something more local, and you told me you “weren’t avoiding etsy like the plague”, but now you’re saying you don’t want to shop online. I think we are all just confused because your search has evolved some, that’s all.

Post # 97
Member
458 posts
Helper bee

coiledrose:  If you’re having trouble finding what you’re looking for in ***NYC***, that should tell you something.

You don’t really sound like you’re super familiar with gold work, in all honesty. 

You can always return something/get your money back if you buy online and it’s not to your satisfaction, provided you use a safe method of payment.

You said in another thread that the thought of spending $1,000 on jewelry made you sick and that your SO didn’t want to spend much, so yeah, people are focused on the price issue because you very much are.

This is just frustrating at this point. You come off as very ungrateful to those who have been helpful and very unwilling to heed advice that doesn’t match your preset notions.

Post # 98
Member
4531 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

This is all kinds of “I want a pink unicorn for $2.25.” People respond with quite fantastic pink unicorns. OP is like “Not THAT kind of pink unicorn you troglodyte. Plus, I am willing to pay more than I originally said, and supply the unicorn, but I have to see it on a purple mountain before I buy it” 

Say what?

OP- truly hope you find what you are looking for, but getting frustrated at people who are taking time out of their days to offer suggestions (even if not quite what you want) is not the way to play. Hope DK can help you out.. I also thought of the most amazing etsy shop who I think do custom orders, not sure that the prices are right, and there are no skulls present but they may be worth a contact- they are called WingedLion. I heart them.

Post # 101
Member
4531 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

coiledrose:  If you look in the review section on their etsy site you will see real pics on hands. Will take you three seconds to look. 

 

Post # 103
Member
458 posts
Helper bee

coiledrose:  Yeah, I know how huge it is – I’ve visited there about 30+ times in my life, as I have family living in NYC. That was my whole point, how big it is. You can find anything there. 

Post # 104
Member
1260 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

All 7 pages of this has been a joy to read this evening. 😂

Post # 105
Member
733 posts
Busy bee

OK. So, what IS your budget, then?

 

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