- 5 years ago
- Wedding: May 2015
I am a bit obsessed with a ring (unfortunately, it is in a shop and since it is by a small-scale craftsperson, there are no online pictures and I don’t have any of my own pics) that has a very interesting setting for the stone. The band is divided into 3 or so branches on each side of the top (looks like a few tree branches on either side of the stone), and their ends come together in the center and swirl upward into the stone setting. Can you picture it? It’s beautiful.
The reason I’m on here talking about it, instead of pointing it out to my SO, is because: #1 I’m probably nowhere close to getting engaged (but that doesn;t stop me from oohing and ahhing over rings); #2 it’s silver, with a CZ in it, and I can’t buy it just for fun because I like it enough to want an engagement ring in gold just like it; #3 I want to be able to find a picture of something similar to show my SO when the time comes, and I heard the jeweler is on vacation because she just had a baby so I may not be able to request a picture from her.
Can you help me figure out what the name for this sort of swirled-prong setting is? And, I think I remember a Bee who has, or was shopping for, a ring with similar prongs, but I can’t find her or her ring pics. I need help finding rings like this!