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so, who has a hook up? or just as good, can reference a credible jewler with quality diamonds/warranties/guarantees etc? and yes, i have done my homework on what constitutes value in terms of the 4 c's. so, i am not a complete moron when it comes to shopping around.

i have done the basics...kay (good), tiffanys (great), rogers and holland (meh), jarred etc (meh)...also, i checked out some spots online...blue nile etc...

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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

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See Piere at Fiance Jewelers 312-641-3522. I bought from him. He's honest and has some great diamonds. He can even custom make the setting if you like.
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I have a VERY good connection at New York Jewelers. Downtown on Jewelers row.

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As long as their tits are bigger than their dicks, im in.

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FYI, I was not impressed with the person you guys recommended from NYJ in my thread a few months back. We had a couple discussions about custom ring design and he was a bit condecending and sort of wishy-washy when answering some direct questions I had. It didn't give me a good feeling about what the end result was going to look like. They might be great for off-the-shelf stuff though; just not my pick for custom work.

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Chills should know, he's bought enough rings...
I've done some shopping.


OP: check these guys out on Jeweler's Row

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FYI, I was not impressed with the person you guys recommended from NYJ in my thread a few months back. We had a couple discussions about custom ring design and he was a bit condecending and sort of wishy-washy when answering some direct questions I had. It didn't give me a good feeling about what the end result was going to look like. They might be great for off-the-shelf stuff though; just not my pick for custom work.
Weird. Did you talk to Phil? He did my custom ring and it's the nicest ring I've ever seen. Ever. Non-stop compliments for the lady. We met 4 or 5 times. Never any pressure, always direct real answers. I couldn't be happier with the whole process or the end result.

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Weird. Did you talk to Phil? He did my custom ring and it's the nicest ring I've ever seen. Ever. Non-stop compliments for the lady. We met 4 or 5 times. Never any pressure, always direct real answers. I couldn't be happier with the whole process or the end result.
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FYI, I was not impressed with the person you guys recommended from NYJ in my thread a few months back. We had a couple discussions about custom ring design and he was a bit condecending and sort of wishy-washy when answering some direct questions I had. It didn't give me a good feeling about what the end result was going to look like. They might be great for off-the-shelf stuff though; just not my pick for custom work.
NYJ is what I'd recommend. Certainly over the mall jewelers. My impression of NYJ is the same though in the line that they are not custom people. If you want custom you need a small shop or perhaps a more arts oriented shop, especially if you want to help design. Many jewelers can pick a design out of a book and copy it though.

However, in this economy I'm not going anywhere near precious metals. NOWHERE!!! Jesus, it's expensive. Some settings are more pricey than the diamond you put in.

I just cleaned out some old dented, unmatched silver tableware and gold rings I cleaned out of various relatives estates. Made enough coin to fund my entire firearm collection. 5 years ago the same lot would have netted me a few tanks of gas.

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I wanted something unique for a wedding band. I found a hippy dude up in Wauwatosa, WI who was into hand made mokume gane metals used in medieval Japanese swords.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mokume-gane

We sat down and built up a design together and it is awesome. I'm glad I did it this way because I was getting disillusioned with flipping through catalogs.

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I wanted something unique for a wedding band. I found a hippy dude up in Wauwatosa, WI who was into hand made mokume gane metals used in medieval Japanese swords.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mokume-gane

We sat down and built up a design together and it is awesome. I'm glad I did it this way because I was getting disillusioned with flipping through catalogs.
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Chris Stephens. He doesn't create the mokume gane plates himself but he smiths them. He is very affordable when compared to other jewelers dealing in gane such as the boutique shops in Evanston. Gane rings will run you $3000+ and they might look awesome at 1st with many many colors but they tarnish with age so some of that will be lost unless you like to polish. I think I paid $900.

Chris can probably work with other gane blends but I chose yellow gold and copper. We then drilled silver studs into it and polished those down flat.

Like I said, Chris is a craftsman. He can work with you to develop a design and doesn't need a catalog. He's also into bracelets and necklaces using gane.

However, with the good come the issues of working with an artist. He's a little slow and his record keeping isn't top notch. So goes the artist though. Wauwatosa is a nice little Milwaukee burb. You won't pay taxes there if it's shipped here and it's also a pretty nice bike ride to his shop, at least that's how I did it.

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Chris Stephens. He doesn't create the mokume gane plates himself but he smiths them. He is very affordable when compared to other jewelers dealing in gane such as the boutique shops in Evanston. Gane rings will run you $3000+ and they might look awesome at 1st with many many colors but they tarnish with age so some of that will be lost unless you like to polish. I think I paid $900.

Chris can probably work with other gane blends but I chose yellow gold and copper. We then drilled silver studs into it and polished those down flat.

Like I said, Chris is a craftsman. He can work with you to develop a design and doesn't need a catalog. He's also into bracelets and necklaces using gane.

However, with the good come the issues of working with an artist. He's a little slow and his record keeping isn't top notch. So goes the artist though. Wauwatosa is a nice little Milwaukee burb. You won't pay taxes there if it's shipped here and it's also a pretty nice bike ride to his shop, at least that's how I did it.

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Some examples are up on the Magpie website. You can find a lot of people doing this stuff but some don't use gold. I think it's OK to use silver or something else but I felt that for a wedding band gold was the ticket. I don't have a place to upload and host photos to link to here but here are some examples in general of Mokume Gane:








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I'll post some pics tonight of what NYJ did. My girl is into "vintage" and they created a wonderful halo piece. Large center stone, and 128 mini stones all around. Split shank, etc. I had seen a bunch of rings that I liked, but none that met all my criteria. Told Phil at NYJ what I wanted, he created the EXACT piece. She could not possibly have been happier.

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I was very happy with the service I received, but more importantly the fiance was very happy.
THey are only happy for awhile, wait till about 4 yrs of marriage youll find out!
Youre not terminally unique like all the rest of married guys thought we were.
" Oh my fiance is awesome, shell never turn into a fat cunt, shell be a angel for the rest of our lives"
Jordan, I think me and Bug and Uncle Steve need to take you out for a weekend of Hookers and blow and some deep conversation on the fallicy of "live happily ever after in marriage"
I also assume your marrying a Jewish gal so its even worse as they also have giant heads and more brain power than the jewish men and have multiple G/Fs who will direct them into taking you for everything you own and your soul and your manhood with ballz and then turn your kids against you!

They are worse than fuckin gypsies! Youve been warned bro!

I really thought you were one of the smarter guys on here man!
I thought jews had such big heads because of their imense brain power!
So much for that theory!

BTW i have a bigger than jewish guy nose, im bald, ears like dumbo and wear a XXL Bell helmet and the fuckers tight! So in essence im a wanna be jew, i just dont have the brain power!

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Wow, a little pessimistic are we?

Although I do agree with you on one point. After they have kids that big ring sits in the jewelry box a lot. No need dropping such serious coin on this stuff. No one but her friends are impressed, certainly not guys.

Once you have kids she'll realize that a big ring will scratch them so she'll likely only use it once in a while (like when you go out for your anniversary and grandma watches the kids).

I'm just sayin', you gotta figure out if she's demanding this or if it's some social pressure for you to buy big bling.

Me personally, I prefer to spend my hard earned money on a down payment on a nice house in a nice location.

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Wow, a little pessimistic are we?

Although I do agree with you on one point. After they have kids that big ring sits in the jewelry box a lot. No need dropping such serious coin on this stuff. No one but her friends are impressed, certainly not guys.

Once you have kids she'll realize that a big ring will scratch them so she'll likely only use it once in a while (like when you go out for your anniversary and grandma watches the kids).

I'm just sayin', you gotta figure out if she's demanding this or if it's some social pressure for you to buy big bling.

Me personally, I prefer to spend my hard earned money on a down payment on a nice house in a nice location.
You obviously havent been jerked off with a big ass diamond ring on her finger - talk about different!

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