I am not sure I like it. Just being honest, but I am also not a huge 5 stone fan. Definitely not working with the E- ring. I would rather it be a smidge more petite?
I am not really a style guru but I wear a cluster as a RHR or I vary up a few vintage pieces including a sterling silver spoon ring that was my grandmother’s “wedding ring” when she “remarried” in the 70’s (apparently that was a tall tale since she never remarried but I always believed her and loved the ring as a child so she left it to me...) I think 5 stones often look too wide like the one you are returning. Maybe a stack of engraved or pave bands as RHR’s?Thanks! Appreciate honesty. She’s returning it. Mind sharing what you dislike about 5-stones? And what you’d prefer as a RHR?
I think the ring is beautiful. However, I tried on a five stone as a right hand ring with smaller diamonds than that (maybe .25 pts? - it's been a really long time) and did not like it. I wear a size 7 and have long fingers. I thought he ring felt and looked too wide for my finger. I then saw the same band on an acquaintance who wears a size 8 and has larger hands overall - it was perfect for her. Maybe a three stone with larger diamonds would be something she would like? Or perhaps a graduated five stone? I know most people like to use odd numbers, but have a four stone band made of unmatched smaller OECs I inherited from my great grandmother that fits my finger really well. It is a good width for my finger and also looks good on my daughter's much smaller hand.
Yes, thank you! Definitely the voice of a seasoned jewelry guru. I’ll look into IDJ and Whiteflash. Or maybe go a different route altogether. Cheers!I'm not liking the way it looks on her either. I think the stones are too big for her petite finger (I mentioned this might be a problem in your other thread).
I'm not liking the BN prongs either. Too big, too bulb-like, too distracting.
I love a good 5 stone ring but I think she needs to hit up a few stores and find a nice size that looks and feels good on her small fingers.
Move forward from there.
I'm sorry it didnt work out. I'm glad BN has a good return policy!