(Closed) What's the most common ring styles in your area?

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Post # 31
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman

Just outside Toronto, halos and pave everything. Diamond size varies a lot, as there are extremely wealthy areas and quite low income areas but Id say on average .5 -1.5 carat and in my old neighborhood that had a lot of multi million dollar houses (I lived in an apartment) i would often see 2 or 3+ carats.

Post # 32
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Buzzing bee

I’m from regional Victoria in Australia and the biggest trend here would probably have to be any type of square looking halo (whether it be round in a cushion halo, princess in a square halo, etc.) with stonea in the band. Pretty much EVERYONE has one.

Post # 33
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

 

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SisterJude:  Where the diamonds are set in a pave setting, opposed to a channel, or bezel.

Post # 34
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

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futuremrsc2be:  I’m in Sarasota. I’ve seen then as large as 3 carats.

Post # 35
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

NYC bee. also think i see lots of halos and solitaires. 

Post # 36
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Bumble bee

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onthefritz:  ok ok!  LOL seriously you don’t know how helpful that is for me.  I’ve been bing searching and I put in channel halo, pave halo, etc and they all look the same to me.  But I see now, it’s the surrounding diamonds that are channel or pave. 

Post # 37
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Newbee

alot of white metal halos/double halos

Post # 38
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Helper bee

Scotland is all smaller diamonds around 0.5 carat and all usually solitaires in white gold or platinum. Mostly round or the occasional princess cut. Rare to see halos in shops. Very different to the states etc

Post # 39
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

Halos. All halos for sure lol

Post # 40
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016 - State Park

Lots of solitaires with and without side stones. And white gold. I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone wearing rose gold, and yellow gold is pretty rare. 

Post # 41
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Helper bee

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lavishlv:  wow!! I am very close to Sarasota, so there must be a huge range from here to there. I’ve seen 2+ carats but in the wealthy areas only. Florida is very funny. 

Post # 42
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

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futuremrsc2be:  Yes it is such a huge mix… What area? I was in a jewelry store hunting for my own wedding band and the woman helping us had a HUGE 3 carat diamond. I felt so silly with my .95 rose gold morganite, but she gushed over it and had said how gemstone rings were all the rage. I personally upgraded my own rings since then. But it seems Tampa and Sarasota have great big carats. I live in between Sarasota and Ft Myers, in a small town that is booming and some very young brides are sporting large diamonds as well. 

Post # 43
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Helper bee

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lavishlv:  I live in the Tampa bay area right now, but considering a move to St. Petersburg/Clearwater/Sarasota. In Tampa, the rings are HUGE because that’s the “up and coming” area, but I live just north of that and the rings tend to be smaller. 

Post # 44
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Helper bee

I’m from New England,  and I see many solitaires, older generation with yellow gold, younger in white.  I have seen many three stone rings as well. I have a halo split shank, but I have only seen one like mine since November. 

Post # 45
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Bumble bee

I’m in Canada and I’ve been seeing a lot of halo rings where I live. It’s very popular, but I’m still a sucker for a good old-fashioned classic solitaire!  

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