Post # 32
@BuBuBubbles: @SpringBride14: Thanks!
@Eckle: I love the color of your sapphire. That green is just perfect. If my Fiance didn’t hate wedding bands with stones so much, that’s the exact color I’d get in it. It would look so nice with the pink in my e-ring. *sigh*
Post # 33
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.
Post # 34
@SpringBride14: It actually doesn’t have peekaboo stones, but they could be put in if I wanted them, there is a triangle open space underneath the setting.
Post # 35
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.
Post # 36
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.
Post # 37
@Stargaze31: slightly off topic, but I LOVE YOUR NAILS!!!
Post # 38
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
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.
Post # 39
The twists are thicker than what you usually see on e-rings
Post # 40
@lolot: So pretty and with such a lovely history. Will you pass it down to future generations too?
Post # 41
I love the detailing on the side of my setting.
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i think my ring is unique. i have never seen anyone else with it. i love it.
Post # 44
hahaha mine isn’t unique, but it’s sparkley and pretty and I love it! Our love is unique 🙂
Post # 45
Mine is unique because I don’t see many bezel halos. It’s the perfect mix of vintage, practical yet feminine, and modern
Post # 46
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
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.