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Starburst Engagement Rings
Heidi Gibson is more than a painter, a wife, a mom and an artist, she's also an entrepreneur with her own line of engagement rings and jewelry at HeidiGibson.com. Look at these stunning starburst rings, which come in a variety of sizes, finishes and designs. Not to mention, the center stones can also be customized to the desired carat weight and stone you desire!
Original Gatsby, from $1,850
Art Deco splendor can be yours! The Original Gatsby is custom-made-to-order and is available in various finishes, sizes, and carat weights. The center stone is framed by a petite diamond halo. Outside the halo, alternating custom-cut baguette and round stones cascade at different levels, catching the eye from every angle. The delicate wiring slightly lifts the stones, allowing the light to illuminate from below.
Rockafeller 1.5 Carat, from $2,700
The flattering design softens and elongates the cushion cut center with a tiny halo and pronged outer round stones. A delicate spray of tapered baguettes adds a unique twist and will enhance any finger shape. The center cushion cut stone measures approximately 7mm and weighs approximately 1.5 carats for a diamond (approx. 2.5 carats for a sapphire, as sapphires are heavier than diamonds). One of the best features of this ring, despite it's size and how low it is set, is the fact that it can accommodate a wedding band flush to the shank.
Heiress Squared, from $2,390
A bit of the sunburst motif combined with a nod to floral symmetry creates the perfect-vintage inspired ring fit for a contemporary heiress. It is custom-made-to-order and is available in various finishes, sizes, and carat weights. The .7 - .85 carat center stone is framed by a delicate halo. Outside the halo, custom-cut baguette and round stones alternate at different levels, catching the eye from every angle. The stones sit low profile at only 6mm above the finger at the highest point.
There are plenty more rings on her site that echo an era gone by that you simply have to see for yourself.
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