- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2013
I think my ring is unique because of all the beautiful filagree work. It’s lacey and delicate! I also love the hexagon shape of the setting around the diamond.
I have two unique rings. The first is my original engagement ring that my husband picked the ring out without any help. I was totally surprised by the proposal and had no idea it was coming when it did…
This is a two tone channel set solitaire. I’ve never seen another quite like it, with the stone set in yellow gold and the band white. It is a great low profile setting. We had our bands made from a local jeweler. My husband’s band is the same, but with two yellow gold bands on each side.
This is a rhodolite garnet with a really cool setting and two little diamonds on each side. We were on a little anniversary get away last year and my husband saw this ring. He said would you like that? Duh! When your husband asks if you want jewelry you say yes! I where it with a slim band.
Mine is not super-unique but I have been told on the Bee and in person that my halo setting is unique. It is also unique in that it has a double micro-pave band.
Mine’s about 100 years old and was my great-grandmother’s and grandmother’s engagement ring before me. So that’s pretty unique and special! I also reallllly love the setting – I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it.
The twists are thicker than what you usually see on e-rings
I love the detailing on the side of my setting.
i think my ring is unique. i have never seen anyone else with it. i love it.
hahaha mine isn’t unique, but it’s sparkley and pretty and I love it! Our love is unique 🙂
Mine is unique because I don’t see many bezel halos. It’s the perfect mix of vintage, practical yet feminine, and modern
because mine is vintage – from the 1920’s. I’ve seen rings similar to mine, but I’m not sure if I’ll ever come across one that is exactly like it.
also, even though I don’t love my inclusion, it helps me feel better that they make all stones unique, like a thumbprint.
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