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Go ahead, brag a little. show everyone your ering & wedding band.

 

12/02/08 - A few tips for this thread

 

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this is my ring (engagement & wedding band)...it is pretty simple and clean...i am not much of a jewelry person.

 

the main diamond is just over 2 cts. and the about 1 ct. of small diamonds on the side...i dont know what my wedding band it.

 

 

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Tammy & Tammy - both of those are stunning!

 

Here is mine -

 

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and the photo that our jeweler my fi prior to us prior to sending it to us

 

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it's a cushion cut stone set in pave.

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This is my engagement ring and future wedding band. Engagement = 1.5ct. Wedding band = .55ct. Both rings are platinum. I love how smooth the band is on my Ering. It never cuts or scrapes me.

 

 

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I don't have a close up of my ring, and I couldn't find the exact band on the Tacori website, but it's a Tacori platinum with 1.5ct round center and some pave and tooling on the sides.

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Ok I'm going to try this! The ring is kind of blurry. It's platinum and the center is 2.2 cts and the sides have 3 diamonds on each side. I still can't find a band that looks good with it yet! Click the image to open in full size.

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OK, so this is the general idea of what I was thinking when I said "basket cut" - I'm pretty sure I made that up! This one is way too wide though - 11 mm.

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