Which Robbins Brothers Engagement Ring Should I Select?

by Mike

A very helpful site to say the least, so thank you. Besides, I had to ask your opinion after seeing a reference to Carrie from Sex in the City...my girlfriend would definitely want your opinion!!

Here's what I considering...




The first one is simple, but I think it's elegant. The second one is my first choice. The third is one my sister-in-law liked, but I don't see my girlfriend wearing a ring that sits so high.

I would greatly appreciate your opinion, and if you have an alternate suggestion I welcome that as well.

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Feb 16, 2009
Ring selection
by: Anonymous

I am torn between choice #1 and #2. Number one is a very traditional looking ring. If your girlfriend tends to be more conservative/classic in the way she dresses than I would go with this ring. If your girlfriend tends to have a unique/artsy flair than I would go with ring #2. In any event, both rings are very classy and I don't think you could go wrong with either choice. I'm not so into ring #3 and I don't think you are either. If you're still stuck with making a decision, poll about 5 more people and that may help you as well!

Feb 13, 2009
#1 & a word of advice
by: Dan

Feb 11, 2009
starstarstarstarstar #1 & a word of advice
by: Dan

I think #1 is really pretty and I like the simplicity of the setting. I probably like it as I just purchased a ring very similar for my girlfriend. I spent many nights researching for an engagement ring over the last couple months and debating with friends over what to buy. Two things stood out: (1) find out what style she prefers (2) obtain a GIA diamond grading report prior to purchasing. She'll love that you knew what she likes.

No matter what the price range or diamond, GIA reports provide an accurate grading of the diamond 4C's, which GIA (Gemological Institute of America) created as a way to evaluate a stone so consumers could have an unbiased way to know what they are getting. GIA is independent and a nonprofit - they work completely in the interest of providing information for the consumer.

GIA is regarded as the ultimate authority on gemology by the jewelry industry and U.S. government and GIA's website http://gia4cs.gia.edu is the ultimate source for information on buying a diamond, the 4C's, grading and reports. It was very helpful!

I was lucky to have friends who'd already been through the process to guide me. Thought you would appreciate this information, as I felt good knowing about the stone I was purchasing.

Best of luck!

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