Post # 76
thank you 🙂 Its the only ring I wear and have never got tired of. It usually lives on my left middle finger but since getting engaged it wont work next to an e-ring so its found a new spot for now
Post # 77
I can definitely imagine wearing it all the time. It’s one of those beautiful, yet simple, designs that you really can wear 24/7. I love pieces like that, especially handmade ones where you can really see the craftmanship, like yours!
Post # 78
- Wedding: February 2017 - Hagakyrkan
these arent really that crazy but I love cloudy gestones so here are my emerald and ruby rhrs 🙂
Post # 79
I’m not sure if it’s a WB glitch or something, but I can’t see the pictures of your rings. They sound beautiful, and I would love to see them!
Post # 80
I was thinking the same thing where are the pictures!? Hope wouldn’t be as not having any problems…
Post # 81
I just realized you replied to me! I wanted to say that I wear a size 8 ring (7.5 in the winter) and my grandmother’s wedding set is actually about an 8 (she had large hands even when she was younger). It’s really worn down on the band, but the construction is so incredibly sturdy that I don’t ever worry about it. They’ve been married around 75 years or so now and the 14k gold bands are only just barely out of shape. So don’t be afraid to rock your antique herilooms, if they still look good after all these years it’s for a reason!