Post # 16
I like the setting of the second one because I’ve never seen anything like it. I know someone who has a very similar ring to the first one. However, the stone in the second looks like it was shoehorned into that setting. It has different proportions (fatter) than what the setting looks like it was made to hold. The first is more harmonious.
Post # 19
The second one is so unique, I love it!
Post # 20
I like the splicity of 1 but personally am not a fan of double halos. I think it looks good on that ring though!
Post # 22
I really, seriously love the first one. It’s got a lovely chunky shape. I always wanted a ring like this!
The second one is more original so if you like to stand out from the crowd it’s a cool choice. But it’s not my taste and I find the shape a bit too pointy…for me anyway.
Post # 23
I’m gonna go against the flow and said #2 lol. I don’t really care for multiple halos, I like the main diamond to be the center of attention. #2 is a little lop sided but not much, it could probably be fixed.
Post # 24
I picked number two, because I feel like the double halo takes away from the center stone. Just my opinion. They are both really gorgeous, though!
Post # 25
I love #1, it’s classy and seems easier to match with anything.
Post # 26
The second option is more unique.
The floating pear shaped diamond along with the split alloy is classier.
The first one looks a little dense, too crowded and the single band is rather average style these days.
Post # 28
+1, I didn’t notice at first but now I can’t unsee it.
Post # 29
#2 by a landslide. #1 looks like it’s got too much going on all those halos… too much. #2 looks classy 🙂