- Feb 24, 2017
Waiting ever so patiently for more photos of your spectacular ring and bands pretty please @MrsKBPI finally got both bands! So thrilled with how it all came out.
While in Aspen we visited one of our favorite jewelry stores and as the shop owner and I were talking, she grabbed my hand and asked if she could see the ring close up. . She remarked at how lovely the setting is....and I agree. When we returned she asked if she could show it to her husband. They both have impeccable taste so it felt great getting the thumbs up from them.
I’m glad I didn’t do a chunky band and love how delicate they look with the weight of the engagement ring. It’s a lovely combo that doesn’t detract from the stunning engagement ring and stone.
I would post video but when I tried to post from my phone it wouldn’t let me because the file was too big. Anyone know how or what I should do in order to load a short video?
My three year wedding anniversary is in November...let’s see if more diamonds are in store! Will keep y’all posted.
I’m so terrible about dimensions and never bothered to make note of that. I just know the size. We have the appraisal with that info on it but it’s in the safe. The hubby is out of town but will be back next week so I can post that as soon as he gets back. I’ll have it next week!
I realized that I never answered regarding who did the setting. It is a custom setting, handmade from Tenenbaum Jewelers in Houston.I love the size of it all and the proportions are perfect. Who did the setting?
I bought a 1.2 M, faint brown vvs1 with faint Fluor emerald on a whim (I’m normally a high color person), but it looked peach so I’m taking a chance on it. It would be a travel ring for me, and I would do shields but not bullets or as elaborate as your incredibly GORGEOUS setting.
It is SLOWLY making its way from overseas.
I’m obviously a step cut person.