Post # 1
I’m obviously super obsessed with my ring, seeing a lot of posts lately about whether or not a setting is too high, so I’d love to see yalls side views. There is something so lovely to me about being able to see the stones from different angles
Post # 2
So pretty! I don’t have much of a concept of what’s considered “tall” for a ring, but I have always felt like mine is on the higher side! (And the side view is one of my favorites of my ring!)
Sorry the picture quality is so poor though!
Post # 3
I love your ring every time you post it!
Post # 4
- Wedding: April 2019 - USA
Purmaid2019 : Here’s mine!
Post # 5
I absolutely love how high it sits off my finger. I have never regretted the height even though everyone told me I would
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2020 - Hampton, VA
I think mine is pretty “high” even though I think this is as low this stone could possibly be set. haha I regret to admit I bang it one stuff pretty often. 🙁 I still love my ring though and would not want to change a thing.
Post # 7
I posted earlier asking for opinions on the height of my new engagement ring. It looks high to me but then I’ve been wearing a 0.50ct solitaire for the last 4 years so maybe that’s why.
Post # 8
Mine is a little high, I love it!
Post # 9
Sorry for all the pics, I just got it cleaned and redipped and soldered and she looks so good! But I LOVE the height on my ring. Absolutely adore it.
Post # 10
pinkcorsage : I think we are ring twins! I love your ring!! I also have no regrets on my ring. 😍
Post # 11
“High” is a relative thing. For example, depending on the size of the stone, there’s only so low it can be set. I wanted to be able to wear a wedding band flush with the engagement ring, so a traditional cathedral setting worked best for me. It isn’t unusually high, but it’s not low, either.
Post # 12
- Wedding: December 2019 - Our Backyard in Hawai’i
crazychickenlady : love your set!! So beautiful and unique!!
Post # 15
Mine is a fairly low setting, because I knew that would work best for my lifestyle. But I LOVE the look of rings in a higher setting.