- Jun 2, 2008
I'm thinking of selling this ring as well. It will be hard to part with.
That looks lovely!
I like it!
It's been a hooooot minute since I've posted anything so what better to post than a family portrait of my current ring collection.
Ring finger top to bottom: .27ct Fancy yellowish orange Diamond, .38ct Fancy intense yellow with yellow sidestones, blue/purple spinel, .33ct I SI1 radiant in brushed yellow gold, Burmese spinel in brushed yellow gold
Middle finger t2b: .51ct Fancy brown transitional, .59ct R-S ideal cut in retro yg with ruby sides, Aquamarine
Index Finger t2b: .79 Fancy Grey in antique rose gold, Chrysoberyl, .48ct J VVS1 Transitional in antique setting with sapphires.
not included are plain bands ranging from handmade Scottish Sterling silver to plain old gold bands
The orange kite
Very Nice! I love seeing a mans with with one large stone instead of a lot of little bling. The setting looks great too!Finally done with my Fiance's ring. He tried it on for size, but I blindfolded him. Lol He won't be able to see it until our wedding! I'm nervous. Hope he likes it!
come on boys
post some more pix please
This is what I call my spinning rings. There are 3 individual bands with 7x 0.12ct diamond in each band.
18K polished WG.
Each band spins independently of each other.
It was My first ever diamond ring. It was made for my LH with a dislocated which looked like a broken/ arthritic knuckle. However with age, the knuckle and/or my weight gain meant that I could no longer wear it on my left hand.
Fortunately, it fits on my right hand!!!
Recycling of rings in the best way possible!!!
Here is my latest for my set!
I have linked the deets (and more pics) here