(Closed) Was your reason for choosing moissanite ethical or economical?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 121
Member
397 posts
Helper bee

Why is it that some people on this board think that people who do have less money aren’t worthy of a shiny clear gem on their finger?? I don’t have huge amounts of money. Does that mean I’m not allowed a clear gem ring? Should I wear a coloured semi precious gem as a “marker” that I am not rich and fabulous?!

 

Post # 122
Member
52 posts
Worker bee

[content moderated for baiting and personal attack]

Anywho, I am also thinking of getting a simple paved moissanite band with rose gold to go with my first wedding band since I have a centre stone and it makes it look like an engagement ring. Has anyone seen this or have one? Mine now has smaller moissanite stones in the band which I am so happy they were able to do it!

Love that everyone has awesome reasons for owning these beautiful gems! Whether to save money or for the environment, I am glad we all ended up with them.

Post # 123
Member
701 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2017

AmDS :  your ring is gorgeous.

And I’m also scratching my head, I tend to not take someone seriously when they start throwing their credentials and degrees around. That in itself is flawed logic, fallacious really. I believe it’s one of the major no-no’s when applying logic to an argument: appeal/argument to authority…but I’ll leave it at that. 🙂 

Post # 124
Hostess
11051 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

This thread has seriously derailed and has received a lot of flags, so closing now for review! 

 

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