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Verragio quality??

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tmorefi

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So I finally bought the "perfect" stone and now I found the ring I want to get my honey. Any comments and/or experience with Verragio rings? Quality? Thanks for the help..
 

DancinGirl

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Verragio has great quality settings from the looks of them. I have tried on many. But - they are very pricey. So, if you are looking to go the cheaper route... don't go Verragio (I can't afford it) - if you have money to burn and you want a nice quality setting for a high price - go for it!
 

tmorefi

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I followed up and read some other posts on Verragio and sounds like they are of a high quality.. I actually am interested in one of the simplier settings and the price doesn't seem unreasonable. Really nice look and style to it.. Thanks..
 

DancinGirl

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Well everyone I liked was $3000+...
 

fire&ice

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I looked at the Verragio settings. They are of very good quality - no problems there. I just found their settings to be more "ornate" & less traditional. I went with Vatche as their quality was on par; but, the settings more elegant.

Just my opinion!
 

jlim

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On 6/13/2003 9:11:49 AM fire&ice wrote:

I looked at the Verragio settings. They are of very good quality - no problems there. I just found their settings to be more "ornate" & less traditional. I went with Vatche as their quality was on par; but, the settings more elegant.

Just my opinion!
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fire&ice - I've not seen any Verragio and Vatche in person due to their unavailability in my area. Just through various photos on the web. Through photos (I'm sure they are deceiving), I do feel Vatche designs to me more elegant and Verragio settings (at least those I was looking) too traditional and ornate at the same time.

But then I'm an engineer & progammer. What do I know about style and design?
 

tmorefi

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Actually I was leaning towards the Vatche Royal Crown and then I came across this simple Verragio with no side stones (unlike most of them). It is very traditional and elegant but also has a lot of style and flare to it. I could not find that particular ring on the website but I'll post pics after I pick it up. I think you'll be surprised. Thanks..
 

fire&ice

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BTW, tmore, I have *indeed* seen many of the Vatche & Verragio settings in person. It's not that the Verragio is not elegant...just a tad more "moderne". I would be interested in which one you are refering to. I was primarily searching for a setting w/ side stones; so, I was not as focused on their "solitaire" settings.
 

tmorefi

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Yep, that's the one. I can't tell from the picture but it's either the top or middle one.
 
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