Gorgeous! While on my wedding jewelry hunt I found this beauty in Erie Basin's archives. I loved it right away, but it had already sold. Husband will likely be getting an email about this.
@melissa whoa. THAT IS THE SAME RING. either EB unearthed a mociun ring, or mociun reprised a vintage design.
um. ya. this has to be the prettiest little bling I've seen in a long time.
SO AWESOME !
yup. dead. that is the most amazing ring ever.
beautiful! can't help wondering what the engagement ring looks like
@esb I don't really care I JUST NEED IT ON MY FINGER!
I know, right?! I saw that and was floored. AMAZING choice.
I am beyond jealous. Ahhhhhhhhh... my husband says I can get new ring for our 25th wedding anniversary... 24 years from now.
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Oh, Oh! It's heavenly!
LOVE Mociun.Unfortunately, they are prohibitively expensive such that I could only justify them for a significant occasion (engagement ring, wedding band, important anniversary or winning the lottery).I was hoping I could buy them as wedding thank-yous for some of my dearest, but...no. Sad. Poor.
@melissa @east side bride @holli kristina The Erie Basin ring in the archived photo dates to about 1870. It's the original from which the Mociun ring was cast.