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  1. Pocho
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    by Pocho » Dec 17, 2005
    Hello! I need some help on finding a beautiful e-ring for a beautiful lady I am in love with!

    So, I am so confused with all of the factors that go with finding the perfect diamond for a e-ring. I want the experts here and the the people that know diamonds to help me pick out a ring and diamond for me. I have a budget of $4,000 to maybe $5,000 to work with. If you guys could post links or pictures of e-rings that fit my budget I would GREATLY appriciated!

    BTW, I do know she does not like solitaire rings...she like rings with side diamonds or 3 stone rings and in white gold. Again, all the help you can give this rookie in finding a beautiful ring for my GF soon to be fiance, I would really appriciate the help. I am looking foward to propose to my GF on Valintines Day of 2006!

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  2. Shay37
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    by skphotoimages » Dec 17, 2005
    Welcome! You''ve definitly come to the right place. There are lots of helpful people here, who will help you to find a ring in your budget that you will both love.
    Just out of curiosity, how big of a center stone do you want?
     
    


    


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  7. Pocho
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    by Pocho » Dec 17, 2005
    Wow! I go out to get some lunch and I get 6 replies! Thank You! can I have some more[​IMG]

    Well to reply to your question, I was looking for either a round or princess cut center stone between .75 & 1.0 ct
     
  8. skphotoimages
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    by skphotoimages » Dec 17, 2005
    Shay made some awesome suggestions. You might want to call whiteflash, tell them your budget, and have them find you the best looking stone. Remember to ask for the pricescope discount though.
     
  9. Pocho
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    by Pocho » Dec 19, 2005
    need more suggestions...please [​IMG]

    I saw a 3 stone e-ring that looked pretty nice but cant seem to find it..It had 2 side pink I think they were diamonds but not sure and the center stone was a round brilliant....anybody see one on this site before??
     
  10. E B
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    by E B » Dec 19, 2005
    Pocho,

    Here are some settings with pink sapphire sides that she might like:

    Blue Nile 3-stone ($1,125 in Platinum)

    Blue Nile 5-stone ($675 in 18k WG)

    http://www.dimendscaasi.com/build/step1.asp?prodID=5AB1 ($1100 in 18k WG)

    Possible diamonds? (Round to go in the first two settings, Princess for the third?)

    http://www.whiteflash.com/round_ideal_cut/Round-Ideal-Cut-cut-diamond-1358911.htm#

    http://www.whiteflash.com/round_ideal_cut/Round-Ideal-Cut-cut-diamond-1358910.htm

    http://www.goodoldgold.com/0_76ct_e_vs2_princess.htm
     
    


    


  11. Pocho
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    by Pocho » Dec 20, 2005
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    Anybody know where I can purchase a ring like this one? I also wanted to know if the pink stones are sapphires or diamonds?
     
  12. Kaleigh
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    by Kaleigh » Dec 20, 2005
    If I remember correctly they are sapphires and the setting came from here, www.signedpieces.com . HTH good luck!!
     
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