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Ideas for RHRs

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  1. molecule
    Shiny_Rock

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    by molecule » Jun 15, 2019
    Hi Ladies,
    I was hoping to build some ideas of RHRs or styles that aren't very engagement-y or at least not traditional.
    Some ideas I had already come across (and loved) were:
    Sofia Kaman's asscher solitaire- I'm having a color change lab sapphire set in something similar in the fall:
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    From pricescope: Alloamine's twist solitaire
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    Cecile Radley's fishtail solitaire:
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  2. molecule
    Shiny_Rock

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    by molecule » Jun 15, 2019
    Floral:
    Alysha Whitfield (etsy) hand carved floral bezel
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    Greenlake's floral ring:
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    B2C's petal solitaire:
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    Hunt Jeweler's twisting ring:
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  3. sd_flp
    Shiny_Rock

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    by sd_flp » Jun 17, 2019
    Oooh, I love these ideas! I am not married so I mostly wear RHRs or middle/index finger rings. All my moissanite rings are RHRs, although they’re solitaires.

    Ivy and Rose art-deco inspired filigree in 14K white gold:



    Locally designed bezel ring in 18k yellow gold; I think bezels tend to look less engagement-y as more women lean towards prongs:

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    Latest ring created by Starsgem. This one I think looks the most like an engagement ring, which wasn’t the intention as my inspiration differed from the actual product. Still nice, although I might change out the head at some point:

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    I also think the cut and cushion shape are less commonly found in most traditional engagement rings.

    I do want to follow this thread as I have one more moissanite solitaire I plan to get.
     
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  4. Daisys and Diamonds
    Brilliant_Rock

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    by Daisys and Diamonds » Jun 18, 2019
    i wear rings on all my fingers not just the RH
    im not married but my fingers belong to me
    and i wouldn't have any diamonds if i was waiting for him to give me one
    why should my poor little ring finger feel lonely and left out
    so my advice is buy anything you fall in love with for your RH ring and if it looks like an ER who cares - so long as you love it
     
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  5. Bron357
    Ideal_Rock

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    by Bron357 » Jun 18, 2019
    Because I’m right handed (and a klutz) I tend to wear band type or low profile rings only on my right hand.
    I will often swap my emerald ring or opal ring in as alternate engagement ring as they are more “delicate” gems. I’ll do the same with my sapphire and diamond ring once it’s set.
    Personally I don’t think any ring is or isn’t an “engagement style”, tastes these days are wide and varied.
    Buy what style or setting type that you love and that you’ll know you’ll get lots of wear and enjoyment out of. My emerald ring and opal ring are very beautiful but I do have to baby them so they don’t get worn very often..
     
  6. foxinsox
    Ideal_Rock

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    by foxinsox » Jun 18, 2019
    Styles I love for RH rings:












     
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