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Old 07-14-2005, 04:13 PM   #21
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I had a girlfriend who had a marquise cut engagement ring and because it snagged she was often having to take it off for this or that reason, and she wound up losing it. I felt so bad for her!

I take mine off hardly ever, and feel like the safest place for them is on my finger. They are antique, unique, and not replaceable and I would just be sick if I lost them.
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Ring B's cut is nicer looking to me. And considering ring B is shown w/the wedding band also might skew some's opinion on overall gaudiness.

I got my wife the set that kinda fits into each other. Looks like a single band when together.
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Hehe, no engagement yet.. just driving the boyfriend nuts =o)

Im preparing/training him because the day is coming at some point soon.. might as well help him out.

No titanium for me, I like the more.. traditional classic look.

Ring A was/is my original choice, the side stones are slightly different.. and then I ran across the style of Ring B and wasn't sure at that point which I liked better.

I think im still leaning for Ring A.. the ring lady called it a "5 table ring.. you can see it 5 tables away"
And in all honesty it isn't to be showy or braggy, I have EXTREMLY long fingers and something too small would just look wierd
LMAO, I am doing the same thing to my boyfriend. We have my great grandmother's ring in the house and all he needs to do is get it reset. I plan on getting my finger measured and putting my ring size on the fridge held there with a magnet!

Ring A is the one I vote for.
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I told him when I decided I would write everything down.. so far its:
ring size: 5
diamond cut: marquise
size: 1.09 kt
side stones: leo enhancers that are in a leaf shape
color: yellow gold

He almost has it memorized!
Sometime I want to go back and make sure the ring I want doesn't snag too much. Right now I have a pear shaped ring (that stephen got me for xmas) and its pointy and hasn't snagged on anything yet.
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I like B best. If you have a two ring set you can have them fused together (after the ceremony ) so it is one ring. That is what I did and I love it, it doesn't move around weird.
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Ring A, it's more balanced. I do like the titanium ring also (he he)
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Congratulations! My preference is ring A. It is more simplistic in style and more classy IMO.
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A is more sharp and ring b kinda looks bland and distracting, the ring a looks to me as 1 diamond and thus your my 1 precious love etc. etc.
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Did you decide? Did you, did you, huh? Did you post when you're getting married? I'm excited for you!
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Hehe he hasn't propsed or anything.. just preparing him =o)

Im definatly going with Ring A (only difference now, is that its in gold).. prolly get married in like... 1-2 years

hehe.. but when I *DO* get proposed to, believe me.. ya'll will know!
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