- Jun 20, 2013
Me too Acinom! I could NOT give that stone up. It's one in a million....I am thinking solitaire setting since all my diamonds are halo'ed. I really don't know. That's why I am looking for inspiration. I LOVE the trip-wire idea and I'm obsessed with cuffs!!!!Acinom|1469148555|4058177 said:So excited you will set your zircon
My blue green tourmaline by Gene is very elongated and deep as well. I had Victor Canera set it in a tri wire setting with diamond cuffs. It's also possible to add a vintage element on both sides.
Enjoy finding the best setting for your stone! What style are you after?
That setting is so beautiful! I love flowers, that would be stunning!lovedogs|1469128920|4058061 said:Yay, I'm so happy you're setting this one! I can't wait to see it. Last time I checked I'm not sure JuliaB was willing to work with outside stones, but she's who I think of when "rose gold settings" are mentioned since she has lots and they are beautiful.
Here are some pics from her instagram and etsy store--maybe these could be used for inspiration if it does turn out that she doesnt take outside stones.
I think this is a great setting in RG, and would look great with a large stone!
Some eye candy or RG options from instagram
This is a new setting she has, called "magnolia". Couldn't find any face down photos, but she has this video of the setting (not RG, but just to see what the top looks like): https://www.instagram.com/p/BHuhLnTBxFo/?taken-by=juliabjewelry
I'll look for others, but these were the first that popped to mind
EDIT: another idea. I really love this vendor since she just made 2 rings for me, and I think this setting would be stunning if it could be made for your stone size/shape. I know for sure she could make it in RG.