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Advice on Emerald ring

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Flashman, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. Flashman

    Flashman Senior member

    Oct 25, 2008

    I have placed this in the "˜General' section as it is not a gents style/fashion matter.

    Rather I need to get a steer and some helpful advice on rings. Its coming up to the 10th anniversary etc, etc...and the enemy has for a while wanted an emerald ring to wear on her little/pinky finger - preferbally in gold (not white) and with a small square or round emerald with/optional a small cluster of stones (providing the stones are some genuine stones and not some cheap meaningless crap).
    The budget is not unlimited - but I would go up to £1500 and if its a really awesome ring £2000

    Please see the attached link as its the first thing I have come across.

    The enemy has a lot of "˜Indian' gold - which is 22carrat and quite a strong colour compared to 9carrat gold.

    I have about a month or so to research and buy.

    Grateful to you all.

  2. Mr_Incognito

    Mr_Incognito Senior member

    Nov 10, 2009
    The emerald rings in your link are priced above their actual worth and the emerald quality also might not be the best out there. Try to get an unoiled emerald if you can and I would say look for vintage rings from top jewelers like Cartier, Tiffany etc.

    Here are a few that I can suggest






    Just make sure to ask the seller that the ring you buy could be resized to fit your wife.

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