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We got our rings recently. I have pics but they didn't turn out that well (diamonds keep getting blurry) so I included the pro pics too. I love his ring it's so him - celtic and all and it's tungsten carbonide which means it should be really strong and not scratch as easy.

 

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Paul got his wedding band from a local Irish store here in St. Paul, MN - it's a long story, but he originally ordered it from this online store (My Irish Jeweler), but it never came - and they kept promising it to him. But here's the picture - just DON'T order from this site! he gets so many compliments on it!

 

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Well ladies...here is my ring. I love the outdoors, so this ring was perfect because from either side it looks like a flower. My FI and I searched for about a year and a half for the perfect ring. In the end I picked out my top five favorites and he picked his favorite out and gave me that one. We special ordered it from Mark Schneider the designer. I have a size 3.75 ring size so he had to custom make a mold to make it look right. I have a very small diamond compared to some of you, but I'm sure a 2 carat would like awful on my tiny finger!

 

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I got a wedding band on Saturday! Every time I tried to look for one, I couldn't find one that I liked with my e-ring, so I just wasn't going to get one (my e-ring looks almost like 2 bands anyway). On Saturday, I took my ring to be cleaned before our AHR and found this band! Our jeweler let me take it home to see what Kevin thought, and he loved it! So, this is my reception and birthday gift!

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Amy

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Okay, I know I'm not engaged yet, but this is the ring that I want- it is Tiffany's Etoile setting but a family friend is a jeweler so we'll have it made.

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I am not a jewelry person so I wanted something really simple. I asked for my FI to focus on quality not quantity and he did a wonderful job picking the exact ring I was looking for. The 1.22 ct solitaire dimond still looks huge on my finger lol

 

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