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#1 FYB87

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    Posted 09 May 2008 - 04:52 PM

    I am not a jewelry person and I am clumsy. So I told my hubby to be that I wanted an eternity ring and didn't want an engagment ring. I had an engagement ring and band the first time I was married and almost lost my finger more than 5 times because I kept getting it caught (I've given myself concussions...that's how clumsy I am). Anyway, he emails me pictures of rings and ask if I like any of them. Let's just say they weren't anything that I would actually wear. So now he wants me to send him pics of what I want and I have only been able to find one pic so far So he asked me to send him pics. These are the only ones I've found and none of them are exactly what I'm looking for. Can anyone help me find a 3-row emerald cut channel set diamond eternity ring? I've been looking for weeks now. Oh for the first pic I like the one standing up not the one sitting down. I don't want pave at all.

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    #2 Alyssa

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      Posted 09 May 2008 - 04:58 PM

      have you gone to any jewelers in person?

      i have seen quite a few like this but now online

      also try bluenile.com

      if i see any, i will let you know!

      #3 FYB87

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        Posted 09 May 2008 - 05:11 PM

        I haven't gone in to any stores. I'm too lazy. I absolutely despise shopping. Only shop twice a year! I guess I really won't have a choice if I can't find what I'm looking for or at least something that is very close. Cause after he showed me what he was thinking I was talking about. I think I better find as close as possible. Otherwise, no telling what I will be getting!

        #4 Jenn

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          Posted 09 May 2008 - 06:05 PM

          I would second talking to a jeweler. Even if they don't have exactly what you are looking for, they will make anything you want. Most jewelers don't charge extra for custom work, just what the materials cost. My e-ring and wedding band are both custom, and I love them! They are unique, and exactly what I wanted (though DH is the one responsible for my e-ring).

          #5 Alyssa

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            Posted 09 May 2008 - 06:49 PM

            maybe it is your search terms - those are not emerald diamonds - they are too small - emeralds have too many facets to be set like that - they are baguettes - try that and maybe you will find it!

            #6 FYB87

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              Posted 09 May 2008 - 08:47 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by Alyssa
              maybe it is your search terms - those are not emerald diamonds - they are too small - emeralds have too many facets to be set like that - they are baguettes - try that and maybe you will find it!
              You are correct. Those aren't emerald cut. Those are the only 3-row rings I could find. I was just trying to give pics of rings that I had found on the internet so far. I figured I would have to go custom, but since I'm not a jewelry person I've been having a hard time trying to explain what I want. Was hoping someone on here would know of some places I could search or go to.

              #7 LadyP

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                Posted 09 May 2008 - 09:21 PM

                You are like my twin of jewelry. I told FH the samething. I know I posted about it somewhere but any whoooo I went to Robbins to see it but be careful because most of them are G-H I2

                #8 Lilpaisley

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                  Posted 09 May 2008 - 09:46 PM

                  You are likely to have a hard time finding a 3 row channel set ring. The way that the channel set rings are constructed makes this not an easy task. Which is why you often see it with boarders like the ones you have pictured. I'm a gemologist, not a metalsmith...so I'm not 100% on that...but I can check with a few goldsmiths I know.

                  Also if they are emerald cut, and not baguettes...that ring is going to be pretty wide w/ 3 rows.
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                  #9 Lilpaisley

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                    Posted 09 May 2008 - 09:51 PM

                    I should clarify... 3 rows of emerald cut in a channel setting is difficult. emerald or baguette boardered by brilliants will be easy to find.
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                    #10 FYB87

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                      Posted 09 May 2008 - 11:04 PM

                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by LadyP
                      You are like my twin of jewelry. I told FH the samething. I know I posted about it somewhere but any whoooo I went to Robbins to see it but be careful because most of them are G-H I2
                      Did you find something you liked at Robbins? Cause we do have one of those here that I drove by the other day and saw for the first time.


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                      Originally Posted by Lilpaisley
                      I should clarify... 3 rows of emerald cut in a channel setting is difficult. emerald or baguette boardered by brilliants will be easy to find.
                      Okay...thank you so much. I do have really skinny fingers 4.5 and I will definitely take that to heart. Again, I'm really not into jewelry so exactly what do you mean by boardered by brilliants? Not sure what that is! Thanks.




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