A fake ring for now?
Posted 10 April 2007 - 04:30 PM
But, if you do choose a fake one, try not to get a big "rock." My cousin went with this route and she got a 2 carat... but because it's so big, you can clearly tell it's fake. I'm not sure if I can tell because my sister is a certified gemoligst and everyone we know has a 2 carat real ring... or if everyone would tell... but I can definately tell. And she even paid $75 for it.
Again, this is just my opinion. I say just use your E-ring. That's the ring that has the meaning behind it anyway.
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