- 2 years ago
1, 2, 3
1, 3, or 4
1, 2, 3
1, 3, or 4
They are all beautiful, but personally I like 3 the most because it’s still traditional yet unique and eye catching.
They’re all beautiful, but I love #3! It stands out the most and is really elegant and classic. (I’m assuming #3 is the one closest to your knuckle)
Normally I love milgrain and detail (my ring has milgrain and scroll work) but I find myself drawn to 2 the most.
I love ring #3!
All very pretty, personally: 3, 2, 4, 1.
You should have done a poll to see which has the most votes! All rings are beautiful but I vote for #2, very simple and elegant
#3 #3 #3
#4, all are very pretty though!
#3 is my fave
My vote is for #3.
Settings 3 then 4. But, I really don’t love the diamonds shown with those rings or the seller’s website.
The seller’s website says all diamonds are GIAXXX SI I color. That’s a good start, but GIA grading does no grade for performance and they are softer than AGS on cut. And, at SI clarity, you really need to be sure they are eye-clean.
For comparison, on JamesAllen, a 1.02 H VS2 TrueHearts (better color, clarity and cut) can be found for under $7k. Add $1500 for a setting and you’ve got a much better option with a better diamond in every way for less than shown on the website for those settings. JA has many similar settings to those shown above.
I’d post your wants over on Pricescope RockyTalky and get their help on finding a stunning diamond and setting.
glitterysala : Amen. It is hard for me to judge settings because I am focused on which stone looks better. Please tell me you are not going to choose a pre-made ring, but are going to choose a diamond and then a setting. I normally like a plain setting best.
I like the second one 🙂