- Jun 29, 2006
I''ve seen them in sapphire so ruby should be okay too - right? what setting is the best way to protect them from getting banged up on the part under your hand? channel? gypsy?
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So pretty!. I wouldn't mind one in WG and sapphires and maybe a little milgrain on the bezelsDate: 11/20/2006 10:02:28 PM
I don't think it can get any safer than a good bezel, but i was just looking for one for you and liked that one.
Isn't it pretty Tacori?
the girdles would be very safe in bezels - but I''m thinkng of the tables.. if they''re gonna be banged on things etc. What do you think?Date: 11/21/2006 12:21:01 AM
Author: Tacori E-ring
So pretty!. I wouldn''t mind one in WG and sapphires and maybe a little milgrain on the bezelsDate: 11/20/2006 10:02:28 PM
I don''t think it can get any safer than a good bezel, but i was just looking for one for you and liked that one.
Isn''t it pretty Tacori?Oh, well. No fine jewelry until my 30th I am told.
ETA: I think the rubies would be VERY safe in a setting like that.
okay this is reassuring... thank you! I did worry about the tables of sapphires too I just wondered if there was a preferred setting if it''s going to be under the fingerDate: 11/21/2006 9:49:32 AM
Cehra don''t you worry about tables of sapphire''s, you would need to work very hard and use a diamond or another ruby to hurt it.
That''s why good watches have a sapphire face.
I also have been using a sapphire chip to cut very hard Si pieces and the only damage i managed to make to it was breaking it if pressing too hard and this happened just because a chip was very thin (approximation to a ''girdle situation'').
I have seen very old rings set with ruby, setting looking bitten up, ruby - like new.
In both examples i was talking about very clean (tech sapphire-IF) sapphires, it''s hard to tell which inclusions and how much will affect durability theoretically.
Date: 11/21/2006 12:42:03 AM
Date: 11/21/2006 12:21:01 AM
BTW a ring like that would look so nice on the *other* side of your wedding set... in sapphire of course! I''ve not seen a ruby ring though so it''s nice to see one!!
Ohh....you are probably rightToo bad I promised DH a break from any fine jewelry!