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  1. twein28
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    by twein28 » Jan 6, 2009
    I love this ring and found it in ONE Tiffany''s only. Here are some pictures. How do I describe this to a jeweler to make up? It''s not exactly split shank. It only splits right by the center stone. What kind of wedding band can be worn with this? Does it have to be a bead set? Any advice? Also, I am not sure I want to cover teh stone as much as this does, so I will have to see if that''s possible.

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  2. twein28
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    by twein28 » Jan 6, 2009
    Side view...

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  3. twein28
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    by twein28 » Jan 6, 2009
    BACK of RING

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  4. swingirl
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    by swingirl » Jan 6, 2009
    That setting is very close the Whiteflash''s DIVISI

    If you don''t like WF''s exactly as it is maybe they could customize it for you.
     
    


    


  5. CharmyPoo
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    by CharmyPoo » Jan 6, 2009
    Neat - I have never seen that setting before. Daniel K also has a ring with tiny splits - it is called the Split Crown.

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  6. musey
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    by musey » Jan 6, 2009
    The divisi is what sprang to my mind, too. I love that setting!

    They could easily customize it to replicate the knife-edge style of pave, and make it only 1/4 or 1/2 eternity like the Tiffany ring. I think that''s a great option.

    As for you you''d describe it to a jeweler... I would go in armed with pictures, and describe exactly what you like and what you aren''t attached to. Say you love the small amount of split shank right by the head (or that you want less/more split), but want full eternity instead of half (or that you don''t), that it being knife-edge is not an important design element (or that it is), that you want your prongs more pointed (or that you like them in the picture), that you want your sidestones channel-set instead of bead-set (or micropave, or shared-prong, or whatever)... etc. etc. I don''t know what you mean by "cover the stone" ?? Do you mean the wide prongs?

    Pictures are your strongest descriptive tool. They should be able to talk with you until you understand each other.
     
  7. AmberGretchen
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    by AmberGretchen » Jan 6, 2009
    Ditto musey on the pictures, just be prepared to change some small details, as they can''t exactly replicate without violating the copyright laws, I believe.
     
  8. angeline
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    by angeline » Jan 6, 2009
    Here's another pic of that setting. I've never found any others, where did you find yours?

    I agree, it is a gorgeous setting. In this pic the flat prongs don't look so bulky, and look a lot better than in the other pics.

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