Post # 1
If you didn’t have the one that you have. Same budget, just a different ring.
LOVE the ring I have. My fiance and I both picked out the same one separate from each other. It was the one that I was hoping for but I didn’t say thing bc I really wanted him to pick what he wanted for me. Well great minds think alike. Here is the ring I have:
Here is one that I SWOON over every time I see it. Possibly in yellow gold or rose gold. Or just in the white gold. I just love it. (It is really not my Fiance’s taste at all though.)
Post # 4
With the same budget, I would have the same ring, lol. DH and I designed it together and I still really like it.
Post # 5
@freshflowers: I’ll play! I love this three stone asscher. Same budget as mine (~$2000).
Post # 6
I would just change my setting but keep the stone. The first picture is what I asked the jeweler for. The second picture is what I got.
Post # 7
@shortie1848: isn’t the first picture a temporary setting???
Post # 8
@wrkbrk: That’s what I thought too!
Post # 9
@wrkbrk: looks like it to me too, otherwise the stone would be able to slide out right?
Post # 10
Love mine. The only thing I might change is the center stone, it’s an Iolite (which I love and picked out), but three months after I got my e-ring the company that made my ring started offering London Blue Topaz as an option. Still I love the one I have, so no real regrets (my RHR is going to have a London Blue Topaz).
The stone is a darker purple in real life (and when it’s cleaned!).
This is what might have been:
Post # 11
@renwoman: I had to Google what a London Blue Topaz looked like. I. Just. Died. So gorgeous!
Post # 12
@shortie1848: that is a stone holder. 😉
Post # 13
Correct. That is a temporary setting. The jeweler I bought my diamond from said he could set it that way. Then, I was told he changed his mind but found another jeweler who could. When I got the ring, it looked nothing like what I was told.
Post # 14
Same Money = Same Ring
Mr TTR & I spent 6 Weeks looking for my Ring… I am very very happy with it.
Infact if the budget was increased, I doubt I’d exchange it for another (wouldn’t want to go any bigger for example) … altho I might consider improving the Quality of my “Feature Stone”
I am a girl who is all about QUALITY over Qunatity.
Post # 15
@shortie1848: Your first picture shows what they call a “ring holder” It is meant to show how a stone would look on your hand but it is not a permanent setting. That’s why your jeweler could not give you the exact same setting. It would not secure the ring.
Edit to add: Jcent beat me to it.
Post # 16
Like TTR said same money for me would equal same ring. I love my ring and only want to update the center stone since my asha is not a forever stone. But I knew the amora gem was coming out when we got it and it’s just a matter of time before it is ready in my cut and carat size.