- 8 years ago
- Wedding: November 2011
My the only part of my ring that is really unique is the side which I don’t have a really good picture of, but my fiance designed it himself 🙂
Sorry the pictures are huge
@HeatherMM: I’ve been seeing your ring for months and I’m OBSESSED with it!!! I was thinking maybe I could model an anniversary or right hand ring after it. Smaller diamonds, since it wouldn’t be an engagement ring. Do you think it would be too much? I LOVE your ring so much! And the blue diamonds are a GORGEOUS color! 🙂
Mine is sort of unique, I guess. It’s a perfectly square radiant, which, apparently, is pretty hard to find. It’s also kite-set which makes it a bit more interesting:
Here is my ring. I think it’s pretty unique, I have only even seen one ring in real life that is similar.
I also did something different for my wedding band. I had my Great Grandmothers, Grandmothers and Great Aunts wedding bands that I had inherated and I had them melted down and made into my wedding band. The ring has 125 years of marriage in it. It also includes some stones from my Fiance and my mom.
@Fallicious1012: Thank you 🙂 I think it would make a great anniversary or right hand ring if it were made a little bit smaller. I keep looking at other blue diamond rings to wear on my right hand, but I never get one because I’d feel bad not wearing my original engagement ring that he got me. I’ve become obsessed with blue diamonds ever since we found my ring.
Yay for unique rings! I love all the rings on here, and love the non-traditional side of everything!
My Fiance asked me a million times if I was sure I wanted a blue diamond before he bought my ring (which was a great clue when he stopped asking me, I knew he had bought it!)
I’m so obsessed with it.
I know my e-ring isn’t unique at all but I think my band is a bit more…it resembles tree bark.
Loving all of your rings ladies, especially @linguo42. What kind of wedding band did you/will you get to with it?
I’ve postedmine everywhere but one more time can’t hurt…lol. Mine is not so much unique but not typical (which I guess is unique). Anyway, the reactions I usually get are “ohhh….it’s a beautiful ring…did you choose heart-shaped?” I feel like they are kinda looking at it like it’s a kid’s ring or something. But the ring has a lot of sentimental value and means the world to me. I wouldn’t trade it for 20ct perfect diamond. The heart stone actually belonged to my Fiance mother and my Fiance custom designed the ring. He knew I loved Tacori but he managed to make it better than any Tacori I had ever seen (no offense to anyone I just LOVE my ring).
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