- Dec 14, 2009
Fabulous stone and ring!!
@PierreBear, thank you so much! Your question is a timely one… I am currently wearing a 3ct MRB in a plain solitaire, but I am considering a reset of some sort in 2018. So I will keep you posted as things progress, and I will be happy to post a “family shot” at some point as well!Gorgeous and I love reading your post and the excitement that exudes out of your words. May it continue to bring you nothing but joy!
May I ask you what you wear on your left hand when you are sporting the VC halo stunner? More photos and perhaps a family shot?!
Thank you so much, @sapphiredream! The dimensions of the center stone are 8.52 x 7.82. I believe that a French cut halo is any halo that includes French cut diamonds, but more knowledgeable others may wish to chime in on this. I honestly just fell in love with the setting and the rest is history!Amazing - most beautiful! Wear it in good health!
May I ask what are the dimensions of the center stone and what exactly makes a French cut halo?
Reset?!? Any ideas??@PierreBear, thank you so much! Your question is a timely one… I am currently wearing a 3ct MRB in a plain solitaire, but I am considering a reset of some sort in 2018. So I will keep you posted as things progress, and I will be happy to post a “family shot” at some point as well!
Just in the preliminary stages right now so nothing too concrete just yet but I will keep you posted! I absolutely love the solitaire Victor created for me, but seeing examples of his impeccable pave work and his more intricate pieces kind of created an "itch" for one of his more elaborate creations as my primary ring. Victor's artistry is incredibly addictive, that's for sure!!Reset?!? Any ideas??
Thank you so much, @Calliecake! I completely agree with you about Victor's work... it is truly remarkable and I continue to be awestruck by the painstaking degree of each detail. How fantastic that you had the opportunity to meet @LLJsmom and see her gorgeous ring in person! If only I lived in closer geographical proximity so we could all have a girls' outing, but comparing notes on the forum is fun, too! Thank you again for all of your kind words!
Aww, thank you so much @Roi! Victor's CACs are gorgeous in their own right, and then there is the jaw-dropping beauty of this incredible setting, which practically defies description! I am truly humbled by how amazing this ring is, and it is an heirloom piece that I hope to pass down many decades from now. I must say that I adore both of your Emilya rings as well... they are absolutely stunning! Thank you again for your kind words, and I will try to post more photos before long!Congratulations Carbonfan!!!!!! Very happy for you!
The stone and the ring are perfections, could not be more beautiful combo!!!!
I wish i could try this beauty on
Would love to see more photos, if possible
I certainly understand, @redwood66! This setting is among those that are extremely time- and labor-intensive (I think Victor said that it takes about a week to complete this one!) so that is why he needs to limit it to using stones that he supplies. But this sounds like the perfect excuse to check out his inventory... the best of both worlds, right? (Sorry; I can't suppress my inner enabler, LOL!!)I seriously want to put my stone in this but he won't do it in outside stones.
Oh no, Victor definitely still works with outside stones (as was the case with the solitaire that he created for me!), but I believe that he reserves the right to limit some of the more labor-intensive settings (such as the vintage French cut halo and a few others) to stones the he supplies (this caveat is noted in the online descriptions for those particular settings). No worries, he still offers the vast majority of his beautiful settings for all to enjoy!What? He won’t work with outside stones? Since when?