Help me pick a ring for myself

Which one would you choose?

  • Elsa Peretti® band ring (Rose Gold with one diamond .02cts) [url]http://www.tiffany.com/Shopping/Ite

  • Tiffany & Co.® band ring (Rose Gold with two diamonds .08cts) [url]http://www.tiffany.com/Shopping/I

  • Tiffany Bezet Round (Rose Gold with .16cts diamond) [url]http://www.tiffany.com/Shopping/Item.aspx?f

  • Frank Gehry® Torque Micro ring (Rose Gold one line has diamond pavé) [url]http://www.tiffany.com/Sho


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May 29, 2010
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That's lovely! Can you share a model photo, when you get a chance? (The whole shot of the hand and the close-up) I don't do well with a voluminous one because my body frame is small. Do you think it will be overpowering for someone like me? Or do you think it is still understated but sparkly?
These are old pics. . . I will try to take more later. The ring is about 5-6 mm wide.





 

bossalover

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i like option 3, worn on right hand middle finger. all of them will look like a wedding band IMO if worn anywhere else.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking about. But for some reason, I tend to like s simple one... so here it goes, wedding bands. Didn't think about which finger to wear though. That could make a difference!

Personally I love the Frank Gehry. I think it's simple, modern and a bit edgy and it will not be taken for a wedding/engagement ring. I'm the same age as you and I think now it's time to wear rings like this! All the rings are gorgeous, but quite classic, this one though is very original.
I found his design to be pretty unique too. Personally, I am not a 'edgy' person, so I am not sure if that represents my personality most. I will visit the store and see how I feel about it.

My fav is the band with 2 diamonds, very pretty and youthful:cool:
I personally felt that that ring is the most wearable one because you can stack it with other rings later. As someone pointed out, I am not a huge fan of having a brand name engraved on a ring, but again without this logo, it does not look balanced.

Tiffany band ring or Frank Gehry Torque Micro ring - I like something a bit chunkier and less circular personally, plus I think they look less like wedding rings. Would you have to order online or can you phone up your nearest store, check stock and drive there?


Rings can be so difficult to buy online size-wise since thicker bands even in the same size will feel tighter.
Before I make a purchase, I am definitely planning on giving myself a day to drive to the store and make a purchase there. 90-min drive is a lot for someone from Japan (same size as CA!). I want to see how Torque Ring looks on my finger...

bezet round- option 3 is my favorite
That is a bit more expensive than my budget but if that suits me, I don't mind... I went to a local jewelry store to have a look at something similar, but I didn't like anything that they had...

These are old pics. . . I will try to take more later. The ring is about 5-6 mm wide.





They are gorgeous! Now, I feel like I should consider it as one of the options!!
 
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I think you should consider it. Plus, later down the road, you can always buy the matching earrings if you enjoy wearing hoops.
 

bossalover

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I like option 1.
I like hearing the voice for rings other than 3 and 4! Thanks!

I think you should consider it. Plus, later down the road, you can always buy the matching earrings if you enjoy wearing hoops.
+1. This is really pretty!! :smile:
True - I do think it is pretty. It's just it's not quite in my price range. $1500 + sales tax is a bit too much. The strange thing is this Atlas ring is priced cheaper than Bezet ring at Tiffany's in Japan. But in the U.S. (where I live now), it is more expensive than the Bezet ring...