- Jul 21, 2006
Gosh, thank you! That’s a huge compliment given the amazing rings on here. We seem to have similar taste tho as I love all your beautiful rings.You have one of my favorite rings on PS, and it's like the perfect ring for stacking, I admire it regularly in the stack of the day thread
You got me! And I love your illusion settings especially the holy grail one you got recently. The old ones are so where it’s at for me too. I’ve yet to see a modern setting that makes my heart skip a beat like an Art Deco shoulder or an Edwardian filigree gallery@foxinsox, I think getting a second ring is a much better idea then you can switch them out when the mood strikes or wear the target as a RHR.
We have very similar taste, I believe (if I don't have you mixed up with someone else) that you eventually figured out that what you really wanted was a round diamond in a square setting, well that turned out to be me too. I started with a princess and now have the round in a square setting. Yes lots of rings on PS but something about the old ones that are just so special.
Hello , this is my first post (yay), hope it works!
Vintage&antique jewellery is my passion and would love to contribute with what I have (don't have pictures of everything though).
These are my two Art Deco ones... the pearl on the second ring has really nice green overtones IRL and I just looove the undergallery too, but I rarely wear it, because it just seems so delicate...
Your rings are lovely, and your photo skills divine! Any tips to share? I'm collecting my OEC engagement ring this weekend, and want to share some nice photos here.This is a simple bezeled transitional cut (at least I think so ?), from ca. the 30s, it belonged to my great-aunt, I believe it was her e-ring. I had it resized so that it fits my ring finger too, to cheer me up on my rainy single days hahaha . It's around 1 ct, but looks big on my size 4 finger.
@Jimmianne I’d start a thread in rocky talk re feedback for your CADs.
Where has this thread been my whole life!
Here are photos of my favorite serpent. I must have looked at a zillion snake rings before picking out his sweet face and nice closed design that does not catch on anything.
In the last photo on my pointer finger is a three stone ring I got from a friend who is a ring dealer in France. The center stone, a sapphire we think, is cloudy from age and I have considered replacing it with an antique diamond.
I came to this thread looking for ideas. I am having made a repro carved gold signet ring made and wondering if this wouid be a good place to get advice on my CADs??? Need the EXPERT eyes for this project!