Bumping this thread in honor of Valentine's Day, 2017 - any new heart bling???? Would love to see.
Sparkle_ruckle|1485279825|4119082 said:Stacked with a bark texture rose gold band and a white gold band with alternating baguette and round diamonds.
sparkleB|1485996265|4123077 said:I love heart shapes.. and I loooooove my tanzanite heart shaped pendant. ... 11.80 Carats of tanzanite.... 38 round diamonds/ 1.45 carats TDW in 18 K white gold... I had it made to order from an online company...
Rubies-R-Me|1486302328|4124481 said:Natylad!! Your ring came out perfectly!!
The stone is such an eye pleasing shape and it's tone is totally complimented by the yellow gold setting.
Love it stacked with your Cartier ring too.!
A HEART-y hello to all!
Yes.. I do have a new ring to add.
Way back on page one of this delightful thread I had a 1.68 carat heart shaped necklace.. now a few years later it's a ring!
I just got it reset into a simple rose gold setting as per my daughters suggestion.
Here it is paired with a thin Trinity ring and a VCA Perlee ring.
I also include a shot on my daughter's far less wrinkly hand.
Love it.As a new proud owner of a heart ering, I couldn’t not add mine to this thread!
I love love love heart shaped stones.
Thank you Rubies-R-Me, Queenie60, Motownmama and imdoubler for liking my ring! It's a modest 0.75 carat engagement ring on a 2.75 ring size finger. Husband (fiance back then) and I were initially sourcing for a stone that meets our desired stone face-up size dimensions and is within our preferred price range, and it so happens that this little gem is also a lovely F colour, IF clarity stone.
This ring is a reset, as the first setting became too thick and painful to wear overtime. After 4 years of wearing it, I finally took the plunge for a remake. It was a timely improvement too, since I never liked the unequal scrolls and thick basket in the first setting done by a local jeweller.
I approached the talented and detail-oriented David Klass for a reset. The scrolls seen in the side profile are inspired by sound holes in string instruments, because my husband and I are music lovers. The petal claw prongs are a nod to our love for nature and hiking, which have been cleverly modified by David subtly to mirror the calligraphy style of the "f sound hole" scrolls. I love that the ring design is now cohesive and combines all elements of things that are meaningful to us as a couple. The shank thickness has also been decreased from an original 2.7cm to a current 1.7cm. I also had the scrolls made in rose gold, so as to match our rose gold branch wedding bands.
Here are some photos of the "before and after" settings, for a better comparison: