Be honest: Had you heard of Asscher cut diamonds before Weddingbee? True, they are not the most common style out there, but they are so unique and sparkly. Today, we’re sharing real Asscher cut diamond ring submissions from the hive.
For those playing catch-up, we launched a set of ring surveys, starting with 15 different styles of engagement rings (you can find them here and at the bottom of this post, as well as on the Boards as a stickied post). All you do is fill out the survey corresponding to your ring style (round diamond, Moissanite, sapphire, etc.), Mrs. Mouse will email you to ask for a photo of your ring, and then once at least 10 people with that style of ring have filled out the survey, it will become a post here on the blog!
The posts will continuously be updated to reflect new ring submissions, and eventually we hope they will be an amazing repository of REAL engagement rings to inspire bees for years to come.
Note: If you’ve filled out the survey but haven’t yet submitted a photo, it’s not too late to be included in this post! Simply email your photo along with your Weddingbee username and ring style category to mouse (at) weddingbee (dot) com, and we’ll add it to the post!
Submit your ring deets here:
- Cubic Zirconia (or other lab grown; all cuts)
- Diamond Asscher
- Diamond Cushion
- Diamond Emerald
- Diamond Other Cuts
- Diamond Oval
- Diamond Pear or Marquise
- Diamond Princess or Square
- Diamond Radiant
- Diamond Round
- Moissanite (all cuts)
- Morganite (all cuts)
- Non Stone (e.g., claddagh, knot, milgrain, etc.)
- Sapphire (all cuts)
- Other Gemstone (all cuts)
havenspartyof2‘s 18k white gold knife edge pave Asscher cut diamond ring with miligrain detail
Why did you or your FI choose this ring? We fell in love with each other as we explored different cities and discussed their respective architecture at length—especially ultra modern juxtaposed with Art Deco and Rococo. My FI knew all the women in my family had round brilliant solitaires, and while she wanted to honor that, she also wanted something that was a little more “ours.” The Asscher cut links my ring to one of my favorite eras in architecture, while the Tiffany-like knife edge is classic, and the pave ultra modern.
Where did you purchase your ring? James Allen
Carat size: 1 center, 1.25 tcw
Metal: white gold