Farewell to February; here comes March. We love seeing all the new jewelry pieces posted by PriceScope community members! We are thrilled that your collections are growing beautifully, and we…
JuicyTNA originally posted this phenomenal classic solitaire engagement ring on the Show Me the Bling Forum at PriceScope. If you have caught on to my own personal taste, I lean a little more to the non traditional, but classics are classics for a reason! Solitaires, like this one, are what most people picture when thinking of engagement rings.
“It is a custom hand-made setting by Ryder Diamonds in Hong Kong. The design was inspired by Tacori’s 2638. It is a cathedral setting that has a micro pave side of diamonds, as well as side facing diamonds, milgrain details and double-claw 4 prongs. It features 2 small leaves on the basket with diamonds in the middle because his last name is Ip which in Chinese means leaves.” said JuicyTNA and I feel like that description was outstanding so I left is as is. <3
Re-imagining a classic and creating something unique and custom is such a fantastic adventure. You can maintain that look that is the standard for beauty, while having your own touches to represent your personal journey. It’s an amazing symbol of love, and a fabulous marker for the beginning of a new chapter in life’s story.
– 2.07ct round brilliant, 0.31ct side diamonds, tcw of the ring is 2.38ct.
– GIA Triple Excellent
– I Color
– SI2 (100% eye clean)
– No fluorescence
– Ring size 5.75
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Thank you so much for sharing your jewelry experiences with us. Keep revisiting PriceScope’s past with us each Thursday!