- Aug 10, 2008
Post pictures of your branded pieces i.e. those with a generally recognizable signature (names most people have heard of). Pieces containing colored stones, of course
Date: 2/20/2009 1:02:46 AM
Thanks for the pics, Freke. I really like the simplicity of it, I think that it makes it a very versatile piece. Don''t mind the disparaging comments, some people just don''t understand the allure of the blue box. Personally, I love the design of their silver pieces.
BEG, I only have a plain silver Tiff ring too. My ex got it for me and unfortunately it''s the wrong size. I was told that style of ring can''t be resized so I don''t get as much wear out of it as I''d like.
Heh, I have two Josten''s rings. Are those real stones or synthetic? Mine are amethyst and blue spinel. I wish I had known Pricescope back then. Do you guys still wear yours?
Well the person who was making not very nice comments is a HUGE Tiffany fan, but is not a fan of the Elsa Peretti stacking bands, and has said so on other threads. I know that I can get more bang for my buck elsewhere (and I have), so I'm actually not a Tiffany fan at all. If I'm thinking high end I'll pick Harry Winston, Graff or Cartier before Tiffany even gets brought to the table. I just fell in love with the ring design itself, even with the little bitty not great colored tsavorite, that's all.Date: 2/20/2009 1:02:46 AM
Thanks for the pics, Freke. I really like the simplicity of it, I think that it makes it a very versatile piece. Don't mind the disparaging comments, some people just don't understand the allure of the blue box. Personally, I love the design of their silver pieces.
Well I''m not sure and I was thinking more about really well known brands (Tiffany, Cartier, VC&A, Graff, Harry Winston, Verdura...). Wow, I expected more from you ladiesDate: 2/19/2009 11:58:08 PM
Is Leon Mege a brand? He does add his own hallmark to his pieces.