So my fiancee bought me this a few years ago when we first got engaged. I had bought her a different one, but recently I bought her a matching one (with matching engravings!!!) And she absolutely loves it. I reproposed to her with this and she was so happy and in tears, and now we match :)
This is a gorgeous ring
I wasn't really sure what to expect. I opened the very pretty gift box with much hesitation I admit. After all I was about to give this ring to the woman I love. I was absolutely amazed! Very pretty ring. My fiancГ© is a tiny petite lady (Her ring size is 4). I thought this ring looked amazing in the gift box but it was nothing compared to the way it looked when she said yes and I put it on her finger. This is a gorgeous ring.
Beautiful ring! Very sparkly. I don't think it's small, but I do have small hands so that could be why. I am tough on jewelry (read: I break stuff a lot) and it has held up wonderfully so far. I love it!
Pretty small ring.
This ring was smaller in appearance than I expected. It was still pretty and sparkly.
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